According to an Amnesty International report published in May 2004, the Office of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina released a report in June of 2003 which found that the State Commission, a law enforcement body charged with implementation of a National Action Plan Against Trafficking , and other law enforcement agencies were not given adequate support by the state government and that there were severe shortcomings in the provision of shelter to vulnerable victims. See Amnesty International summary for Bosnia and Herzegovina for more information.
Compiled from the 2004 Amnesty International report on Bosnia and Herzegovina and from a report from the Office of the High Commisioner for Human rights.
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