NATO flyer dropped on Belgrade.
On the right one, next to Slobodan Milošević portrait :
"War is a sacrifice for you. For him, his family and friends it's good money."
During summer 2000, former Serbian President Ivan Stambolić was abducted, his body was found in 2003. Milošević was charged for ordering the assassination.
Slobodan Milošević was found dead in his cell in March 2006, inside the detention center for war criminals in The Hague, The Netherlands.

NATO flyer dropped on Belgrade.
On the right one, next to Slobodan Milošević portrait :
"War is a sacrifice for you. For him, his family and friends it's good money."
During summer 2000, former Serbian President Ivan Stambolić was abducted, his body was found in 2003. Milošević was charged for ordering the assassination.
Slobodan Milošević was found dead in his cell in March 2006, inside the detention center for war criminals in The Hague, The Netherlands.

"Our purpose here is to set a place where people can watch non-commercial movies, as well to support Serbians directors. Around a year ago, a hundred of us took over the theater, it was a spontaneous action... Since then, we are here. The authorities ignore us and our demands. We wrote several times to the Minister of Culture... We have support from directors and comedian. Michel Gondry made a short to support us, we are screening it before each projection. It's free, but you can donate for food. We are going to start a kickstarter to fix the theater, projector and screening room first."

"Our purpose here is to set a place where people can watch non-commercial movies, as well to support Serbians directors. Around a year ago, a hundred of us took over the theater, it was a spontaneous action... Since then, we are here. The authorities ignore us and our demands. We wrote several times to the Minister of Culture... We have support from directors and comedian. Michel Gondry made a short to support us, we are screening it before each projection. It's free, but you can donate for food. We are going to start a kickstarter to fix the theater, projector and screening room first."

Zvezda theater. Luka, with the 35mm projector for the open air screen.

Zvezda theater. Luka, with the 35mm projector for the open air screen.

Bus 96.

Bus 96.

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"We came from Knin in Croatia. I was a biology teacher. I was in Knin during Storm Operation, my wife and sons escaped before those days. Since we are in Serbia, it is the 20th year we are spending as refugees, this is the second camp."

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"We came from Knin in Croatia. I was a biology teacher. I was in Knin during Storm Operation, my wife and sons escaped before those days. Since we are in Serbia, it is the 20th year we are spending as refugees, this is the second camp."

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"We have two sons, one of them live with us, the other one got married and is now living in the USA. We witnessed murder, rape, ethnic cleansing of our people. We have been visited by UN, the Serbian government, NGO, etc... The worst is not knowing what tomorrow will bring, the insecurity ruins nerves."

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"We have two sons, one of them live with us, the other one got married and is now living in the USA. We witnessed murder, rape, ethnic cleansing of our people. We have been visited by UN, the Serbian government, NGO, etc... The worst is not knowing what tomorrow will bring, the insecurity ruins nerves."

Krnjaca refugee camp.

Krnjaca refugee camp.

Borča neighborhood.

Borča neighborhood.

Centar za integraciju mladih dropping shelter. Blok 38, Novi Beograd.
"This is the only category of children that we are working with. Children who are involved in living or working in the streets of Belgrade. Sometimes we have children from some other city in Serbia, but they are here in Belgrade at the moment and they can use our services. Our NGO, Centar za integraciju mladih (Center for Youth Integration), have different projects and programs for street involved children. We have those two dropping shelter, they are the only places where children can come in. We are doing field programs, like visiting settlements were children are living, their workplace, where they spend free time, and so on."

Centar za integraciju mladih dropping shelter. Blok 38, Novi Beograd.
"This is the only category of children that we are working with. Children who are involved in living or working in the streets of Belgrade. Sometimes we have children from some other city in Serbia, but they are here in Belgrade at the moment and they can use our services. Our NGO, Centar za integraciju mladih (Center for Youth Integration), have different projects and programs for street involved children. We have those two dropping shelter, they are the only places where children can come in. We are doing field programs, like visiting settlements were children are living, their workplace, where they spend free time, and so on."

Roma settlement, Novi Beograd.
"We have example of children who have finished primary school and are now enrolled in secondary school... but unfortunately none of them escaped from poverty. Now they have higher levels of education, thus they have the opportunity to work something, not just to beg or wash car at a crossroads. They still don't earn enough money, I assume that is because they are coming from Roma community."

Roma settlement, Novi Beograd.
"We have example of children who have finished primary school and are now enrolled in secondary school... but unfortunately none of them escaped from poverty. Now they have higher levels of education, thus they have the opportunity to work something, not just to beg or wash car at a crossroads. They still don't earn enough money, I assume that is because they are coming from Roma community."

Roma settlement, Novi Beograd.
"We are visiting around 25 settlements in Belgrade. We have at the moment around 400 active beneficiaries of our services. Around 280 are visiting our two dropping shelters on a monthly level, the rest of them we are visiting on the field. From the 400 active beneficiaries, there is also the members of their family, so we are working with a large number of people on a daily level. I think 99.9% of the children are from Roma community."

Roma settlement, Novi Beograd.
"We are visiting around 25 settlements in Belgrade. We have at the moment around 400 active beneficiaries of our services. Around 280 are visiting our two dropping shelters on a monthly level, the rest of them we are visiting on the field. From the 400 active beneficiaries, there is also the members of their family, so we are working with a large number of people on a daily level. I think 99.9% of the children are from Roma community."

Danube river.

Danube river.

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"I lived in Belgrade for 23 years, since 5 years I'm in here. I was born in Croatia, 1954. I graduated from Political Science faculty in Zagreb, my first solo exhibition was in late 70's. I worked as a clerk. In 1986 I decided to commit myself entirely to painting, but my studio burned down. Then I moved in Serbia, worked as a caretaker..."

Krnjaca refugee camp.
"I lived in Belgrade for 23 years, since 5 years I'm in here. I was born in Croatia, 1954. I graduated from Political Science faculty in Zagreb, my first solo exhibition was in late 70's. I worked as a clerk. In 1986 I decided to commit myself entirely to painting, but my studio burned down. Then I moved in Serbia, worked as a caretaker..."

Duro Maodus, painter, Krnjaca refugee camp.

Duro Maodus, painter, Krnjaca refugee camp.

Krnjaca refugee camp.

Krnjaca refugee camp.

Mihajla Pupina boulevard.

Mihajla Pupina boulevard.

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
"This institution's aim is to help people, homeless peoples, elder peoples in an emergency situation. We are a social sector emergency service. Every peoples are welcome here, with psychic issues, Roma - they are around 20% of the peoples here - our highest percentage in term of community. We got our budget from the City Hall, our capacity is up to 104 residents, but we are now with around 130... it was built for 40."

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
"This institution's aim is to help people, homeless peoples, elder peoples in an emergency situation. We are a social sector emergency service. Every peoples are welcome here, with psychic issues, Roma - they are around 20% of the peoples here - our highest percentage in term of community. We got our budget from the City Hall, our capacity is up to 104 residents, but we are now with around 130... it was built for 40."

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
"People can stay here up to six months. With the cold, we expect to reach 200 residents, we will put disposable beds, it is better to use improvised solution than letting people on the streets. 10% to 15% of persons who came here on a year level, they come from former Yugoslavia country, they tend to forget that we are not a single country anymore."

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
"People can stay here up to six months. With the cold, we expect to reach 200 residents, we will put disposable beds, it is better to use improvised solution than letting people on the streets. 10% to 15% of persons who came here on a year level, they come from former Yugoslavia country, they tend to forget that we are not a single country anymore."

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
An employee in her office,originally from Kosovo, she came to Belgrade to study and stayed as there is "no real future for the Serbs in Kosovo anymore."
”We do not have break in our job, either we are preparing to accommodate peoples during winter, either we are actually doing it. We also work around the clock. We try to send elderly to gerontology centers, those places are their way out of here. When they come here, they are in terrible hygienic conditions, our responsibility is to take care of them until we solve their problems permanently, not temporarily.”

Kumodraška Shelter for Homeless People. Voždovac area.
An employee in her office,originally from Kosovo, she came to Belgrade to study and stayed as there is "no real future for the Serbs in Kosovo anymore."
”We do not have break in our job, either we are preparing to accommodate peoples during winter, either we are actually doing it. We also work around the clock. We try to send elderly to gerontology centers, those places are their way out of here. When they come here, they are in terrible hygienic conditions, our responsibility is to take care of them until we solve their problems permanently, not temporarily.”

Blok 70, Yuri Gagarin Street.

Blok 70, Yuri Gagarin Street.

To be continued.

To be continued.