• Vladimirovac, 17.07.2017.

    The project’s mobile teams keep on visiting internally displaced people throughout Serbia in purpose of providing more efficient free legal aid. This week, Junior Legal Adviser Maja Lakušić and trainees Đorđe Popić and Slobodan Milovanović met in Vladimirovac, Alibunar Municipality, with eight internally displaced people......

  • Belgrade, 12.-14.07.2017.

    Moot court simulation, English language test and lectures on the International Public Law marked the fifth training of trainees working with the Free Legal Aid Project. The trainees participated in various workshops and heard lectures on the International Public Law and the influence of international......


  • Their homes have been destroyed, usurped or fraudulently taken from them and they are unable to return or plan to invest
    for their future in the places where they live
  • Exclusion from schemes giving compensation to workers upon privatization of their former employer.
  • Institutional obstacles in acquiring necessary documents to access basic rights and take part in normal civic activities
    (e.g. a birth certificate, health insurance records, citizenship certificates, recognition of diplomas, years of service, pensions
    and other employee rights and access to property and court records)
  • The lack of security in the places of origin
  • Difficulties in integrating and engaging in long term social, cultural and economic activities in a temporary place of residence


  • We give support to those who, due to lack of means or security, or other good reason are not able to exercise their property
    and other rights
  • The support is provided by six legal teams throughout Serbia including mobile teams and our website and toll-free 0800 108 208
  • The teams consist of qualified advocates and their unit of lawyers who can provide:
    • Essential information on the legal rights of IDPS, Refugees and Returnees
    • Free legal assistance
    • Free legal representation by qualified advocates to protect your rights, particularly your property rights and to help secure
      the return of illegally occupied, damaged or destroyed property