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, the report deals with the protection of vulnerable groups in the asylum procedure, including the protection of unaccompanied and separated children.
The authors endeavored, to point to examples of good practices, but also to certain gaps in regulations and in the work of competent authorities, through the perspective of human rights standards and through the personal stories of asylum seekers. The sole aim of such an approach is for the Republic of Serbia to develop a more functional asylum system. In this regard, the BCHR team offered recommendations for improving existing solutions.
You can download the report here.