Srpsko narodno vijeće, Serb national council


  • legal department

    Free Legal Assistance

    By extending free legal assistance Serb National Council provides necessary advice, information, assistance in communication with institutions, in representation before courts and other administrative bodies, to all members of the Serb community and all other individuals who are faced with obstacles in attempts to integrate in the society. Our lawyers conduct this activity through a network of offices in Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Karlovac, Daruvar and Novi Sad

  • youth network of serbs

    Join Youth Network

    Youth Network of Serbs in Croatia (oMreža), which operates within the Serb National Council, was formed with the goal to animate and encourage young people to take a more active role in society. Besides familiarizing with the activities of Serbian institutions in Croatia, Youth Network also informs young people about job opportunities and scholarships as well as about the cultural, economic and educational events within the community

  • the archive of serbs in croatia

    Donate materials

    The Archive of Serbs in Croatia is asking all interested parties to donate items which in any way illustrate the life of Serbs in Croatia – identification cards or passports, journals and diaries, old photographs, postcards, folklore clothing garments, old personal belongings and testimonies on sufferings in both Second World War and the last one (1991 - 1995). Also, interested general public, in accordance with the standardized procedure, is invited to view original and copied records available at the Archive

  • bulletin #10

    Historic Revisionism, Hate Speech and Violence Against Serbs in 2016

    In 2016 there was a total of 331 registered cases of ethnically motivated violence, revisionism and denial of historic events, and threats and hate speech directed against Serbs in Croatia. This is a significant increase compared to the previous years (57 percent more than in 2015)

  • bulletin #8

    Images of Return: Banija and Kordun

    In new issue of the Bulletin we are publishing stories from a journalist’s notepad about returnees to Banija and Kordun regions, about individuals and families who, fearing for their lives, had to leave their homes at the start of 1995 and set out into the unknown, far from their birthplace, far from the graves of their fathers

  • bulletin #7

    Strayed Property

    Foundation, confiscation, and return of the following Serb socie­ties’ and institutions’ property in Croatia: Srpska banka (Serb Bank), Srpska privredna organizacija Privrednik (Serb Business Association), Srpsko kulturno društvo Prosvjeta (Serbian Cultural Society), and Srpska pravoslavna crkva (Serbian Orthodox Church), from the end of the 19th until the beginning of the 21st century

  • bulletin #6

    Hate Speech and Violence Against Serbs in 2015

    Particular examples of attacks, threats, destruction of private property or property owned by Serb institutions, and statements by public figures containing hate speech or statements that call for intolerance against Serbs, are all assembled and unified in the latest issue of the Serb National Council’s Bulletin

  • new bulletin

    Betrayed Agreements – International Missions in the Republic of Croatia

    Fifth issue of the Serb National Council’s Bulletin entitled 'Betrayed Agreements - International Missions in the Republic of Croatia' warns about contemporary problems with which Serb community in Croatia is faced, and which have not been solved during Croatia’s accession to the European Union.

  • bulletin #4

    The Alternative Report on the Implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities

    Alternative Report was drafted by the Serb National Council within the framework of the 4th round of monitoring the implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities in the Republic of Croatia. It refers to the period from 2009 to 2014. and it's published in new number of the SNC's Bulletin

  • bulletin #3

    Violence and intolerance against Serbs in 2014

    The Independent Democratic Serb Party and the Serb National Council registered 82 cases of ethnically motivated violence, intolerance and hate speech against Serbs in 2014. As a consequence of non-sanctioning of hate speech, of spreading ethnic intolerance and a social situation in which such behaviour is not an isolated case, but is moreover encouraged, expression of such attitudes in public space has become ever more frequent