Serb National Council (Croatia)

The Serbian National Council (SNC) was founded by virtue of the Erdut Agreement and the letter of the Government of the Republic of Croatia on the completion of the peaceful reintegration of the areas under the transitory government which guarantee local minority self-government to Serbs after the conflict in Croatia from 1991 to 1995. Comprised of various departments located in Zagreb, Croatia, the work of the Serb National Council is focused on fighting for civil rights, human rights, ethnic rights, and national rights of the Serb minority in Croatia. Serbian National Council engages in dialogue, reconciliation, research, advocacy, promotion, media, development, investment, education, humanitarian and archival activities concerning topics and issues relevant to Serbian communities in Croatia. SNC connects different professions, communities, services and skills with the aim of preserving memorial heritage and (re)evaluation, acceptance and renewal of antifascist heritage.

Serb National Council (Croatia)
Gajeva 7
Zagreb 10000