As a partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has, since 2012, provided asylum-seekers in Serbia with free legal aid: they are explained their rights and obligations and represented before the proper authorities in Serbia and the European Court of Human Rights.

We continuously monitor the state of affairs both in the countries where the asylum-seekers come from and in Serbia. All of our findings and reports are available at the Centre’s webpage at www.azil.rs

Notice on the results of the Call for project proposals for national grants for addressing migrant smuggling prevention and/or the protection of smuggled migrants

13.07.2021. The eight-member Selection Committee has decided to support 4 projects in the Republic of Serbia within the project Security for People and Borders – Combating Smuggling of Migrants in the Western Balkans. The project is implemented with the European Union funds. In accordance with the terms of the Call, after the further evaluation the […]


#MiLjudiZajednoMožemoViše – let’s mark together World Refugee Day!

14.06.2021.We have a pleasure of inviting you to join us at Belgrade club Polet, Cetinjska 15, and honor the World Refugee Day and final event of our integration campaign #MiLjudiZajednoMožemoViše. The event is our initiative to bring closer the process of integration of the refugees in the Republic of Serbia through successful personal stories of […]


Call for project proposals for national grants for addressing migrant smuggling prevention and/or the protection of smuggled migrants

The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights invites you to apply for a call for project proposals for the award of national grants related to the prevention of smuggling of migrants and/or protection of smuggled migrants, within the project Security for People and Borders – Combating Smuggling of Migrants in the Western Balkans. The project is implemented […]


Bojan Stojanović, IOM-UNHCR Framework document on developing standard operating procedures to facilitate the identification and protection of victims of trafficking, review, Law School in Niš Collection of Papers No. 89/2020, pp. 391-395.

Bojan Stojanović, a Legal Adviser with the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, published a review of the IOM-UNHCR Framework document on developing standard operating procedures to facilitate the identification and protection of victims of trafficking in the latest Collection of Papers of the Law School in Niš In June 2020, the International Organization for Migration […]


BCHR online campaign #MiLjudiZajednoMožemoViše in order to inform the wider public on importance and benefits for the society from the full integration of all its members

21.4.2021. Today’s world has become a place of conflict and persecution, creating a large number of refugees who seek peace, the opportunity to work, to continue their education, have a safe childhood, gather the family together and friends. Many refugees in search of a peaceful life fleeing conflict or persecution see our country as a […]



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As a partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has, since 2012, provided asylum-seekers in Serbia with free legal aid: they are explained their rights and obligations and represented before the proper authorities in Serbia and the European Court of Human Rights.

We continuously monitor the state of affairs both in the countries where the asylum-seekers come from and in Serbia. All of our findings and reports are available at the Centre’s webpage at www.azil.rs