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This NHC analysis is part of the project ‘Promoting a Victim-Centered Approach in Trafficking Cases in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina’. It specifically aims at evaluating the Albanian legislation and state policies, as well as the judicial and administrative practices, while taking international standards as a benchmark. The report also identifies the discrepancies that exist between the existing legislation that establishes the rights of victims of human trafficking on the one hand, and its implementation to guarantee these rights in practice on the other hand. The report focuses on the treatment of trafficked persons as victims in criminal and other relevant legal proceedings, their access to legal aid and representation, their right to information, to protection of their safety and privacy, the right to compensation, and so on.

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