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Research and policy brief on the health protection of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Serbia

Author: APC/CZA                         Photo: APC/CZA Belgrade. November 15th - Asylum Protection Center alongside the Center for Public Policy through joint efforts during the past year, have prepared research and a policy…

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APC in Lebanon, the country with the highest number of refugees per capita

Edited: APC       Photo: APC Beirut, September 28th - Representatives of our organization visited Lebanon, a small Mediterranean country where about a million refugees reside, making it the country with the largest number of refugees per capita in the world.…

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Frontex already in Serbia

Belgrade, September 20 - Members of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency will be deployed on the borders of Serbia, as is envisaged by an agreement between Belgrade and Brussels, which has yet to be ratified. (English version below)…

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Germany will be sending back migrants to Greece who previously sought asylum there

       edited:APC             BERLIN, August 18 - Germany will be returning migrants to Greece who previously sought asylum in the Mediterranean country,  provided an agreement between the two nations. (English version below) An agreement…

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Medina’s Family Released from Custody in Tovarnik and Transferred to the Center for Asylum Seekers in Kutina 

Edited: APC     Photo:APC ZAGREB, June 6th - The family of six-year-old Afghan girl Medina Hoseini, who died tragically after being hit by a train at the border crossing between Croatia and Serbia, was released after more than 70 days in detention…

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Representatives of the Balkans in Sarajevo: Joint actions to prevent illegal migration

Source: Beta       Photo: Beta SARAJEVO, June 7th - At today's meeting in Sarajevo, representatives of the Western Balkan countries committed to jointly prevent illegal migration, smuggling and trafficking in human beings. Representatives of Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia,…

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APC / CZA at UN headquarters on panel for a global agreement on migration among UN members

Author: APC   photo: APC New York, May 20 - The fourth round of negotiations between the UN member states on the draft Global Compact on Safe, Convenient and Regular Migration was followed by other panels focusing on all the major issues raised…

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Hungary refused to ratify a European-African statement, because, they claim it’s pro-migrant 

edited: APC        photo: MTI:Molnár Edvárd BUDAPEST, May 3rd - Hungary has refused to ratify a European-African statement stating the 'welfare of migration for development', which was adopted at a ministerial conference in Morocco, attended by 60 European and African…

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High school students from Belgium and Serbia met with migrant girls from Afghanistan

Author: APC             photo: APC Belgrade, April 28 - Asylum Protection Center hosted twelve graduates from Belgium who visited Serbia together with their teachers and had the opportunity to gain new knowledge and experiences on migration, with…

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Serbian Army handed over the jurisdiction of securing the state border to Bulgaria and Macedonia to the Ministry of the Interior of Serbia

source: BETA       foto: BETA BELGRADE, April 05 – The joint military – police forces of Serbia, after more than 20 months of engagements, handed over the jurisdiction of securing the state border to Bulgaria and Macedonia to the Ministry of…

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Weekly 10 migrants cross the Hungarian border

edited:APC                    photo: APC  Horgoš, January 31 -  According to information from the field, Hungary reduced the number of refugees and migrants allowed to enter their territory. Hungary at two border crossings formally receives 5 refugees within a week, meaning only 10 refugees…

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Family of deceased Afghan girl filed criminal complaint against Croatian MUP

Prepared:APC                    Photo: APC , Guardian Zagreb,December 19 - Family of Afghan girl Madina Husina, who died on the railway track at the border between Croatia and Serbia, filed a criminal complaint against unknown perpetrators, police officers of Croatian MUP. The filing…

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APC: Police to tell if an investigation has been launched into the railway death of six year old Medina

author: BETA | photo: BETA Asylum Protection Center (APC) asked the Border Police of Serbia to answer whether an investigation was launched into the death of a six year old Afghan girl on the border with Croatia, and where she…

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Meeting in Vienna: The Refugee route through the Balkans continues to be in function

source: Beta     photo: Beta Vienna, October 3rd - At the Vienna international conference entitled "Balkan Refugee route to European solidarity", involving the largest humanitarian organization from Austria, Germany, Macedonia, Greece, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Serbia; Rados Djurovic Director of…

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What holds the future for Europe’s migration and asylum? Sharing best knowledge and EU practice on integration of migrants and existing challenges in Balkan countries, through Italian and Austrian models and best practices

Asylum Protection center-APC, has organized a conference in Belgrade on 2-3 March 2017, under the name "What holds the future for Europe's migration and asylum? Sharing best knowledge and EU practice on integration of migrants and existing challenges in Balkan…

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LOVE (Law, Order, Values) to migrants/asylum seekers/persons granted asylum in enjoying rights without discrimination

Asylum Protection Center APC/CZA together with the partners-BETA news agency and Public Policy Research Centre, are jointly implementing project LOVE (Law, Order, Values) to migrants/asylum seekers/persons granted asylum in enjoying rights without discrimination founded by the EU Civil Society Facility…

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EU gave 40 million euros in grants to Serbia

prepared by APC   photo: | Južne vesti Belgrade, September 30 - Since September 2015, the European Union has given 40 million Euros of grants to support Serbia in managing refugee and migrant flows, the EU Delegation in Belgrade announced. More than 10.7 million…

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