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

The Refugee Situation in Serbia in March 2017

According to UNHCR, there were 7720 migrants in Serbia at the end of March 2017, roughly 100 more than the previous month. 85% were accommodated in one of the 17 reception centres in Serbia, most commonly those in Obrenovac, Krnjaca, Adasevci, and Presevo. The rest remains in deserted barracks near the main bus station in […]


Short film „Dream“

Short film "Dream" Short film "Dream", created by the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights in cooperation by Oxfam, Start Network and DFID, presents life story of Shamsur from Afghanistan and his dream of a better life.

A Story of Young Farhad

A Story of Young Farhad Almost half of all refugees in Serbia are children. Many of them are talented as Farhad, a refugee from Afghanistan. Meet him in this short video created by International Rescue Committee in Krnjaca Asylum centre:
Information for Persons Seeking
Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia
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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia

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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