About the project

The Project aims to support Bosnia and Herzegovina in the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings and the national Anti-trafficking Strategy and Action Plan. It provides policy and legislative advice to competent institutions as well as technical support to professionals and civil society organisations, drawing on urgent recommendations by GRETA in its third country evaluation report with thematic focus on access to justice and effective remedies for victims of trafficking in human beings.

As Party to the Convention, Bosnia and Herzegovina must adopt in its action a coordinated and multidisciplinary approach, incorporating prevention, protection of victims’ rights and prosecution of traffickers. The Project will assist the stakeholders in this regard, and make sure that its activities follow a human-rights based, gender and child-sensitive, and cross-sectoral approach.

The Project is funded by voluntary contributions in the framework of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina (2022–2025).


Duration of the project: 1 January 2023 – 31 December 2024


What do we expect to achieve?

The Project is expected to achieve key results in four priority areas:

  • Strengthening victims’ access to justice and effective remedies, including compensation;
  • Improving measures to prevent and combat trafficking for labour exploitation;
  • Improving measures to prevent and combat child trafficking;
  • Inclusion of survivors of trafficking in anti-trafficking decision-making and action.
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Elma Zahirović

Project Officer

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Lada Mujkić

Project Assistant

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