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Trafficking in Women and Girls in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Additional Documents

Human Rights Watch submitted a number of requests to the U.S. government for documents relating to trafficking in persons in Bosnia pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act. Two years after our initial request, we obtained a limited number of documents. A selection of documents, some redacted in part by the U.S. government, is available through the links below. These documents corroborate Human Rights Watch’s findings in its November 2002 report, “Hopes Betrayed: Trafficking of Women and Girls to Bosnia and Herzegovina for Forced Prostitution.”

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