Seminar on Migration, Asylum Law and Operational Challenges in Serbia
Within the framework of the "Swiss-Serbian Dialogue on Migration", with the support of the Swiss Federal Office for Migration and in co-operation with the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration of the Republic of Serbia, the International Institute of Humanitarian Law organised a seminar on "Migration, Asylum Law and Operational Challenges in Serbia".
The event, with the participation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration, took place in Belgrade from 18 to 21 November 2013.
Main objectve of the seminar was to increase the knowledge and skills of Serbian government officials involved in the formulation and the application of national and international legislations and policies affecting people in need of protection such as migrants and asylum seekers.
Presentations made during the seminar are available below.
- Asylum the EU accession framework
- Procedures and evidence requirements in determining protection claims
- Responsibility-Sharing in International Refugee Law and EU Asylum
- The nexus between international migration, refugee protection and responses to other protection needs
- Assisted Voluntary Return: EU Law and Compared Practices
- The entry phase: protection-sensitive border control and reception practice
- The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights on Asylum