The Forced Migrations Project gathers four project teams stemming from the four law faculties in Serbia (University of Niš), Croatia (University Josip Juraj Strossmayer in Osijek), North Macedonia (University Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (University of Zenica).
The project teams will organize the exchange seminars and prepare the national reports on what was jointly understood as the crucial topics regarding the legal protection of the forced migrants. In that respect, every exchange seminar and national report (Serbian/Croatian/Macedonian/Bosnian) covers three common major topics facilitating comparative analysis:
Labor Law and Social Security (1);
Human Rights and Protection Against Discrimination (2); and
Private International Law (3).
Further on, every major topic covers mandatory subtopics. The list of the project teams and the topics of the exchange seminars/national reports are available in Serbian and English.
The national reports will be published by the end of July 2021 in the joint Guide to Good Practices aimed to the all interested stakeholders and academics in the region.