Freeing the Daughters of Nepal

Urmila Chaudhary

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2012 OFF in Oslo

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05/08/2012
Nepalese women’s rights activist and a former domestic slave under the Kamlari system, Urmila Chaudhary, was exploited, abused, and forced to work without any compensation for 11 years. At the Oslo Freedom Forum stage in 2013, Chaudhary told the incredible story of how she escaped domestic servitude as a child in the home of a Nepalese politician and fought back against the system that enslaved her and thousands of other girls. 

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