Announcement – Human Rights Day

December 11, 2018

Exactly seventy years ago, on 10 December 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Declaration, adopted in response to the atrocities of World War Two, is the first document defining human rights as inviolable and as belonging to all people, regardless of who they are and where they live. Although it is not legally binding, it is the cornerstone of the history of human rights and the development of the international human rights system. (more…)

THE GAME: 1 performance 1 movie 1 conversation

November 23, 2018

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3 the colors of solidarity on the topic of youth and inclusion

Do you know what is THE GAME? And what does this have to do with refugees? What do young people from Serbia know about refugees? How can young people become advocates for the inclusion of refugees in our society? What kind of colors can young people give to this topic?
At the event THE GAME: 1 performance, 1 movie 1 conversation (3 colors of solidarity on theme of youth and inclusion) will be shown the film and performance which are created together with young people on the subject of the refugee crisis. The event will open the question the role of young people in the inclusion of refugees in Serbian society.

For detailed agenda and registration, visit this link.

 

 

The Commissioner for the Protection of Equality has recommended measures for achieving equality on the internet portals in Serbia

November 14, 2018

Based on the complaints submitted by the Belgrade Center for Human Rights, the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality has recommended measures for achieving equality on the internet portals in Serbia in order to prevent publication of the contents and comments of users on the portal and profiles on social networks, and removing those comments that have already been published and which by their nature may incite hatred or violence against persons or groups of persons due to their personal character or cause fear or hostile, humiliating and offensive environment.

You can see the entire recommendation on the following link: https://goo.gl/SsQaWw

 

ART OF INTEGRATION

November 8, 2018

The ART OF INTEGRATION program brought together a group of young people who are going through an educational process on the topic of refugee inclusion in Serbian society. The group consists of young people coming from Serbia and Iran. The process itself is also inclusive, so young people from different vulnerable groups are actively involved. The program “ART OF INTEGRATION” consists of lectures, educational workshops, visits to reception centers for refugees and migrants, drama workshops and animation workshops.

So far, more than 30 workshops and lectures have been conducted. At the moment, the preparation of a play and animated film on the topic of inclusion of refugees and migrants is being prepared, on which the group of young people actively participates with all the acquired knowledge during the process. The text itself for the play came from working with this group, based on their thinking on inclusion, acceptance and interculturality.

The program is realized in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Belgrade and the Dutch Refugee Council.

Seminar on the situation of unaccompanied refugee children in the asylum procedure

November 3, 2018

In Subotica, we participated in a two-day seminar on the situation of unaccompanied refugee children in the asylum procedure organized by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. We discussed the new legal solutions and existing challenges in that area with representatives of the Asylum Office, the guardianship authority, the Refugee and Migration Commissariat, and colleagues from other non-governmental organizations. On the second day of the seminar, the Belgrade Center for Human Rights presented the role of a legal representative of unaccompanied children who requested international protection in the Republic of Serbia.

Periodic report on the right to asylum in the Republic of Serbia

October 29, 2018

PRSepJPGThe Belgrade Center for Human Rights has compiled a periodic report on the right to asylum in the Republic of Serbia that relates to the third quarter of 2018. The report includes a detailed analysis of the right to access to the asylum procedure, with special emphasis on access to the procedure at the Belgrade airport and the reception center for foreigners as well the practice of the authorities in charge of decision-making in the asylum procedure through the analysis of individual decisions.
You can download the report HERE.