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 […]


A lecture was held at the Refugee Law Clinic for student

16.12.2020. Bojan Stojanović, legal advisor at the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, held an online lecture on December 11, 2020 on the topic: the right to asylum – legal framework, practice and case study within the Refugee Law Clinic for student at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. The lecture was consisted of three […]


Secretary-General’s Bulletin, Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse

17.11.2020. The reason for the adoption of this important document as a guidelines for the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse by humanitarian workers are the cruel events that took place in previous years. The events affected humanitarian protection beneficiars, who were sexually harassed or abused by humanitarian workers. In previous years, the humanitarian social […]


Legal considerations regarding claims for international protection made in the context of the adverse effects of climate change and disasters

15.10.2020. On October 1, 2020, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees adopted a document entitled „Legal considerations regarding claims for international protection made in the context of the adverse effects of climate change and disasters.“ It is inspired by the harmful effects of climate change and catastrophes that affect the lives of millions of people […]


Belgrade Centre for Human Rights – webinar: Recognizing Refugee qualifications

12.10.2020. The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, with the support of the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees in Belgrade, held a webinar on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, on the topic „Recognizing Refugee qualifications“. The center traditionally organizes trainings on topic of importance for the integration of refugees in the society of the Republic […]


Bojan Stojanovic „The view of the Human Rights Committee in the case of Ioane Teitiota v. New Zeland, and it is relevante for international law“ Collection of papers, Faculty of Law University of Nis, no. 87/2020, p. 73-89

The scientific work of Bojan Stojanović, legal adviser at Belgrade centre for human rights „The view of the human rights Committee in the case of Ioane Teitiota v. New Zeland, and it is relevant for international law“ was published in the current Collection of papers of the Faculty of Law University of Nis. The paper […]


Developing standard operating procedures to facilitate the protection of trafficked persons (IOM and UNHCR joint document)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) have issued a joint document that has developed standard operating procedures to facilitate the protection of trafficked persons. The Framework Document is an amended and supplemented version of the document published in December 2009. The Framework Document is intended as […]