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The focal point is Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH , but the scenarios that follow have already become part of the history of other countries in transition and, more-over, are a permanent feature of many developing nations. Many of the definitions used to explain society, politics, economics and our relation to them frequently allow us to ignore the meaning and effect of these terms on those who do not control them.
In particular, concepts such as peace-keeping, the free market economy, economies in transition, and voluntary migration are seen as positive in the hands of those who have economic and physical hegemony. For those not of the privileged group the impact and reality of such concepts is apposite. At issue is the kidnap and transportation of human beings for the purpose of forced prostitution, and of voluntary migration which leads to debt bondage, conditions of slavery, and rape. Men are trafficked; so are young boys.
The advantage of a free market is that the entrepreneur can assess demand and seek to exploit it. It should come as no great surprise that the arrival of more than 30, peacekeepers in BiH created a potential market for sexual services.
There has been no shortage of entrepreneurs seeking to exploit this. It has been described by the International Organisation for Migration as:. A multi-dimensional structural phenomenon linked to poverty and unemployment in the countries of origin, and to exploitation of this situation by organised crime in both the countries of origin and of destination. While this is in part true it is not only organised crime which participates; there are many who simply take advantage of the vulnerability of those who migrate illegally and place them in conditions which amount to slavery and forced prostitution.
The issue of prostitution causes considerable conflict. There is substantial difficulty in finding a definition of trafficking which serves the purpose of protecting all rights including freedom of movement, and social and economic rights without differentiating because of a moral or political stance on the issue of sex work. Thus far there has been no internationally accepted legal redefinition of trafficking since the Convention.