In post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the major causes of human rights violations and serious criminal acts was the pervasive trafficking of women, predominantly from Eastern Europe, to BiH for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The market lay predominantly with the international community, including military, police, diplomats and humanitarian workers.
In order to assist the UN and other international organisations to address these issues using law as the bedrock of policy development, WILPF organised two consultations with experts from a range of different legal disciplines.
This report summarises the discussions and findings of these expert meetings.
Download the report ‘Human Trafficking and Related Crimes in the Context of Peacekeeping.‘