Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for January–June 2021

Periodic Report has been prepared by the legal and integration team of the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights’s Asylum and Migration programme. The Report analyses the treatment of the asylum seekers and refugees in Serbia in the first six months of 2021, based on information the BCHR team obtained during their legal representation in the […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for January–March 2021

Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has compiled a periodic report covering the first three months of 2021, addressing specific issues that, in view of its team, were particularly important in the reporting period. They include Constitutional Court decisions on claims concerning violations of some of the fundamental human rights of asylum seekers and migrants, which […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia Periodic Report for July – September 2020

The Belgrade Center for Human Rights team has compiled a report on the right to asylum in the Republic of Serbia, covering the period from July to September 2020. The authors analyzed the access of asylum seekers to asylum procedure during the reporting period, with special focus to the analysis of competent authorities’ decisions. Also, […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia Periodic Report for January – June 2020

Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has compiled a periodic report Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia covering the first six months of 2020. The authors have analysed the treatment of the asylum seekers and refugees during and after the state of emergency focusing in particular on access to asylum procedure, reception conditions and […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for January – March 2020

Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has compiled a periodic report covering the first three months of 2020, analyzing the right to asylum and material reception conditions during the state of emergency, as well as the current public discourse on migrants. In addition, the report deals with the right of access to the asylum procedure with […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for July – September 2019

Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has compiled the third periodic report covering the period from July to September 2019. The report traditionally analyses access to the asylum procedure, practice of decision-making bodies in the asylum procedure through the analysis of individual decisions. The report also analyses the decision of UN Committee against torture made in […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for January – June 2019

Belgrade Centre for Human Rights has compiled a periodic report covering the first half of 2019, analyzing the right of access to the asylum procedure with special focus to access to the Belgrade airport procedure, as well as the practice of decision-making bodies in the asylum procedure through the analysis of individual decisions. In addition, […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia – Periodic Report for January – March 2019

In the January– September 2019 period, the Republic of Serbia continued extending humanitarian assistance to a large number of migrants, without ascertaining in each individual case whether they were in need of international protection or issuing individual decisions determining their status. BCHR compiled a periodic report on first quarter of 2019 through detailed analysis of […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia for July – September 2018

In the July – September 2018 period, the Republic of Serbia continued extending humanitarian assistance to a large number of migrants, without ascertaining in each individual case whether they were in need of international protection or issuing individual decisions determining their status. BCHR compiled a periodic report on third quarter of 2018 through detailed analysis […]


Right to Asylum in the Republic of Serbia for April – June 2018

In the April-June 2018 period, the Republic of Serbia continued extending humanitarian assistance to a large number of migrants, without ascertaining in each individual case whether they were in need of international protection or issuing individual decisions determining their status. Following the adoption of the new Law on Asylum and Temporary Protection in the previous […]