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Current working hours:

We are currently open, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3-5 pm in the Workshop space. We are also teaching daily online from 4-6pm. We are continually monitoring the situation with COVID-19 in Serbia and amending measures for the safety of our staff, volunteers, and students as needed.   

The population of refugees in Belgrade, Serbia has a unique set of needs: education, recreation and integration in an extended

state of limbo 

By providing a safe educational and recreational space for migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers, we aim to meet these needs


Every two seconds, one person is forcibly displaced due to conflict, persecution, violence or human rights violations.

The number of refugees is at a record global high. With much of the media attention and discourse centering around individuals’ entrance to the EU, the journey of those who become displaced - and often their personal autonomy and human rights - become ignored.


With the closure of the Balkan Route in 2015/16, which hundreds of thousands of refugees had previously used as their pathway to Western Europe, many displaced people have remained in limbo in the Balkans for an extended period of time, sometimes up to three years, without the opportunity for safe or legal access to the EU.