It just takes one Western country to stand up for common sense and denounce the nonsensical name negotiations between Macedonia and Greece as an attack on human rights and a country's basic right to self-determination. The Greek-manufactured dispute based on its blatant xenophobia would instantly be over.
OMO Ilinden PIRIN Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee Macedonian Human Rights Movement International Introduction In 2014 the fundamental problems relating to the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria remained the same as they had been in previous years; namely: 1. Refusal to acknowledge the existence of a Macedonian minority.
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International and the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee are pleased to announce that the newspaper "Prespa", voice of the Union of Macedonians in Albania, has resumed publication due to our funding commitment. We will ensure that it not only survives, but thrives, and it is able to continue to reach Macedonians struggling to achieve human rights in Albania.
The Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee (AMHRC), the European Free Alliance - Rainbow (Vinozhito), Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI), OMO "Ilinden" - PIRIN, and the European Free Alliance - EFA (Brussels) were honoured to host an international scholarly conference in the town of Lerin (Florina in Greek) from 16-19 July 2015 entitled Macedonia: On the Periphery of European Modernity.
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International and the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee are pleased to announce that we have, once again, increased funding for the MHRMI/AMHRC sponsored Macedonian-language schools throughout Albania and the Macedonian-language TV station in Korca, Albania.
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International and the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee are pleased to announce that we have increased funding for the Macedonian minority newspapers, Narodna Volja, in Pirin Macedonia and Nova Zora in Aegean Macedonia, along with the publication and distribution of historic and current Macedonian publications.
Our time is now. Despite the persecution and scare-tactics carried out by the governments of Greece, Bulgaria and Albania, Macedonians are still proudly declaring themselves as Macedonians and demanding their human rights. Even though Macedonians have been arrested by Bulgarian secret police, received death threats by Albanian government officials ...