Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

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MHRMI Condemns Statements by Serbian Minister of Religion
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International condemns the recent declaration made by the Serbian Minister of Religion, Milan Radulovic, who stated that the Serbian government would not allow the construction of Macedonian places of worship - or Macedonian churches - in the Republic of Serbia. The statement comes amid news by ...
MHRMC Becomes MHRMI - Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Effective August 2005, Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada has become Macedonian Human Rights Movement International to reflect better the international scope of the issues facing Macedonians everywhere. Contact information for MHRMI remains the same except our website, which is now http://www.mhrmi.org/ Bill Nicholov, President Macedonian Human Rights Movement International Address: 157 Adelaide St.
Bulgarian Authorities Interfere with Macedonian Commemoration
On Sunday, April 24, 2005, the political party of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria, OMO PIRIN (www.omopirin.org), held a commemoration in honour of Macedonian hero Jane Sandanski in the city of Melnik. Although the event went off without any major disruptions - besides the initial farce regarding the ...
UN 61st Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Greece, Report by MHRMI
Table of Contents Introduction Violence Against Ethnic Macedonians Census The Use of Macedonian Names Macedonian Media in Albania Arrest of Macedonian Activists and Students Expulsion from Work Macedonian Party for European Integration Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Albania Introduction The following interview with Edmond Temelko, president of the Macedonian ...
UN 61st Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria, Report by MHRMI
Table of Contents Introduction Bulgaria Denies Registration of Macedonian Organizations Defamation of Macedonians on Bulgarian Television OMO PIRIN's Office Vandalized Macedonian Activists Arrested/Detained Expulsion from Work Interference by Bulgarian Authorities at Macedonian Commemorations Conclusion Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Bulgaria Introduction The Bulgarian government has and continues to place ...
UN 61st Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Albania, Report by MHRMI
Table of Contents Introduction MHRMC Condemns Statements by Greek President Kostis Stephanopoulos Greek State Television Airs Previously Banned Program That Exposes Persecution Against Macedonian Minority International Press Institute World Press Freedom Review: Greece Radio Station Owner Arrested in Greece for Broadcasting in Macedonian Language Greece Refuses to Register Home of ...
Bulgarian Authorities Hinder Upcoming Macedonian Commemoration
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada (MHRMC) is appalled to learn that Bulgarian authorities have revoked a permit for OMO PIRIN, political party of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria, which had granted them the right to hold a Macedonian commemoration at the Rozhen Monastery on April 24, 2005.
MHRMC Condemns Defamation of Ethnic Macedonians on Bulgarian National Television
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada (MHRMC) condemns the recent defamation and ridicule of the ethnic Macedonian minority in Bulgaria by two of the national television stations: Bulgarian TV (BTV - www.btv.bg) and Bulgarian National Television (BNT - www.bnt.bg). On March 6th 2005, on the ...
MHRMC Condemns Violence Against Macedonians in Albania
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada (MHRMC) is outraged in its findings that ethnic Macedonians are frequently subject to shootings and other forms of violent attacks within the Mala Prespa/Golo Brdo region of Albania. The MHRMC has learned that on December 1, 2004, two ethnic Macedonian citizens of Albania, ...
Eurolang Press Release - Macedonian Minority Criticizes Greece at OSCE Conference
Eurolang Press Release Rainbow, the organization of the Macedonian Minority in Greece, have criticised Greece at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) conference taking place in Warsaw. Rainbow representatives presented reports about the situation of the Macedonian minorities in Greece, Bulgaria and in Albania.