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

BRMC: Migration and migrants today in Serbia and in the region

During the first two months of 2021, the Serbian Commissariat for Refugees and Migration (SCRM) noted 5,453 newly registered persons. The top three nationalities of new arrivals were Afghanistan, Syria, and Somalia, while most of them transited through North Macedonia. 5,956 pushbacks were recorded (53% from Hungary, 44% from Romania, 3% from Croatia and only […]


Refugees for Refugees – BCHR’s pilot project activity

23.03.2021 – Refugees for Refugees – R4R is a pilot project activity that the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has been implementing within the project Support to Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Serbia in an executive partnership with the UNHCR Office in Serbia. R4R involves the exchange of experiences between integrated refugees and refugees and […]


Bogdan Krasić, Bojan Stojanović, “Global Compact on Migration: Legal Nature and Potential Influence on the Development of International Migration Law”, Pravni zapisi, Vol. 11, no. 2 (2020), p. 645-662.

Bojan Stojanović, Belgrade Center for Human Rights legal advisor, published with Bogdan Krasić, Center for Migration and Displacement in the Balkans Save the Children program director, a review scientific article in the prestigious scientific journal Pravni zapisi entitled „Global Compact on Migration: Legal Nature and potential impact on the development of international migration law”. LINK: […]


Austrian Integration Fund (ÖIF)

  22.01.2021. Austrian Integration Fund (Österreichische Integrationsfonds – ÖIF), as a key Austrian state body in the field of refugee integration, was established in 1960 in a cooperation with the UNHCR and the Austrian Ministry of the Interior. Since January 2020, it has been part of the Ministry of Integration. Over 450 workers are involved […]


Human Rights Watch report on human rights situation in Serbia

14.01.2021. The well-known international non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) has published its regular annual report on the state of human rights in the world – World Report 2021 – Events of 2020 (LINK: https://www.hrw.org/sites/ default / files / media_2021 / 01 / 2021_hrw_world_report.pdf). According the situation in Serbia, the following topics were identified as […]



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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