Report DEEEP-REPORT-2021-031

Transit Country in Crisis. The deteriorating shelter situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Refugee Rights Europe


Abstract: Since Bosnia became a key transit country in 2018 on the Balkan Route, it has become the locus of a systematically mismanaged humanitarian crisis that recently culminated in the closure of several camps and an escalation of people sleeping rough in the country. The report analyses the current shelter situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina in relation to key actors and the institutional and policy context which underpin the ongoing challenges in providing adequate shelter and reception conditions in the country. The report furthermore disaggregates the analysis into main geographical and topical areas of concern, including shelter provision for vulnerable groups and the detrimental effects on the access to asylum.

Keyword(s): Human Rights ; Refugees ; Migration ; Bosnia And Herzegovina

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 Record created 2021-04-19, last modified 2021-08-19

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