Press Release on the Results of the Evaluation of the War Crimes Prosecutor Candidates’ Programmes

June 29, 2016

The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) is concerned by the results of the evaluation of the programmes submitted by candidates for the post of War Crimes Prosecutor, which was conducted by the Commission for the Preparation and Evaluation of the Written Test and the Evaluation of the Programmes on the Organisation and Improvement of the Work of the Public Prosecution Service (hereinafter: Com...
Co-operation and the Governance of Migration in Western Balkans and Central European Countries

June 24, 2016

European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA), with the support of Central European Initiative (CEI), organized an international seminar on 20-21 June 2016 in Skopje on the topic "Co-operation and good governance, with migration in western and central European countries", in which the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights took part.
Asylum Seekers in the Republic of Serbia 2015

May 13, 2016

As one of the countries along the West-Balkan route, Serbia faced an unprecedented influx of persons seeking international protection throughout 2015. Although Serbia did manage, through great efforts, to provide humanitarian aid to these individuals, long term solutions for the reception of refugees are lacking.
Ostanak

May 9, 2016

Within the project Serbia from transit to destination country, funded by Netherlands Embassy in Belgrade and  Dutch Council for Refugees, Belgrade Center for Human Rights produced a  documentary movie called "Ostanak". The documentary portrays the position of persons in need of international protection with a special focus on the integration of the refugees in Serbia.
Policy dialogue meeting with DG NEAR on “Migration and refugee flows through the Western Balkan region: implications for the enlargement process” in Trieste at CEI HQ

May 9, 2016

On behalf of Belgrade centre for human rights, Ms. Sonja Toskovic participate in ​policy dialogue meeting with DG NEAR on “Migration and refugee flows through the Western Balkan region: implications for the enlargement process” in Trieste at Central European Initiative  Headquarter.
ICTY Convicts Radovan Karadzic

March 29, 2016

Published on March 25, 2016        Author: Marko Milanovic Yesterday the ICTY Trial Chamber convicted Radovan Karadzic, the wartime political leader of the Bosnian Serbs, for numerous crimes committed during the conflict and sentenced him to 40 years imprisonment.