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Seeking better lives, women and girls migrate from the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, many believing that agents will transport them to Western European countries for legitimate employment. But the agents are often traffickers who transport the women and girls to countries where they can sell them to owners of bars or clubs. Since the end of the war in , Bosnia and Herzegovina has become a major trafficking destination. Unfortunately, fair accounting by "owners" is rare. Instead, many trafficked women and girls face mounting fines for minor infractions of house rules, fees for housing, clothing, and food, and sale from one "owner" to another without warning.
All these factors increase the debt. An official UNMIBH background paper on anti-trafficking efforts set the number of trafficked women and girls in Bosnia and Herzegovina at approximately 1, The backgrounds of trafficking victims vary widely. According to IOM staff members, the women and girls trafficked from Moldova were often younger and less educated than those from other countries.
The Ukrainian women, usually two to three years older, boasted more years of formal schooling. Hoping to earn enough money abroad to support their families, the trafficked women and girls found, however, that debt to their "owners" made posting earnings home to parents and children impossible. Human Rights Watch investigators first learned of trafficking of women and girls to Bosnia and Herzegovina in , while on a research mission to investigate post-conflict discrimination against Bosnian women.
After serving their sentences, they were often expelled by police across the inter-entity boundary line IEBL separating Republika Srpska and Federation territory. In March , Human Rights Watch investigators returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina for the second phase of the research, finding the situation much changed.
By October , IOM had assisted trafficked migrants, with an additional nine trafficked migrants awaiting repatriation. Unfortunately, despite these steps, the trafficking of women and girls for forced prostitution has continued unabated. The Bosnian government has taken almost no concrete steps to protect trafficking victims or to end impunity for trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina.