Rights in Exile Programme

Refugee Legal Aid Information for Lawyers Representing Refugees Globally

Serbia Post-Deportation

SERBIA

Asylum Protection Centre

www.apc-cza.org
Sime Igumanova street no. 14, 11118 Belgrade, Serbia
Tel: +381 11 24 57 376 or +381 11 30 85 259 or +381 63 70 47 080
Email: sedisteatapc-cza [dot] org

Contact person: Rados Djurovic
Email: rados [dot] djurovicatapc-cza [dot] org

The Asylum Protection Centre (APC) offers pro bono legal aid for refugees and failed asylum seekers in Serbia. APC works in reception centres for foreigners, asylum centres, centres for foreign minors and in their office. 

IAN Center for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims

www.ian.org.rs
International Aid Network IAN, Admirala Geprata 10, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Tel: +381 11 76 17 197
Fax: +381 11 76 17 205
Email: officeatian [dot] org [dot] rs

Contact person: Sandrina Speh Vujadinovic, email: sspehatian [dot] org [dot] rs

Failed asylum seekers who had experience with torture and ill-treatment, who are deported to Serbia, are provided with comprehensive rehabilitation services including psychological, psychiatric, medical, legal and educational support on arrival in Serbia. Even if they are not torture victims, the IAN Centre can provide them free of charge psychological support (counselling and psychotherapy) for those in this kind of need. We have Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and English speakers.

Praxis

www.praxis.org.rs
Head office: 
Alekse Nenadovica 7-III, Belgrade, Serbia, 11000
Tel: +381 11 34 44 486
Fax: +381 11 34 44 483
Email: bgofficeatpraxis [dot] org [dot] rs

Field office: 
Heroja Maricica 70, Kraljevo, Serbia, 36000
Tel: +381 36 31 26 59
Fax: +381 36 31 26 58
Email: kvofficeatpraxis [dot] org [dot] rs

The NGO Praxis provides free legal aid to the most marginalised and socially excluded communities, national minorities (Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian), displaced persons and people who have returned on the basis of readmission agreements. Its work covers the fields of nationality, personal documents, housing, education, healthcare, social protection and employment, as well as the area of sexual and gender-based violence.

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