Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Rainbow Party Erects Macedonian Language Sign in Lerin/Florina
Lerin/Florina On Thursday, July 25, 2002 at approximately 1:00 pm, the Rainbow Party erected a sign outside their office in Lerin/Florina. The sign contained the text "Rainbow - European Movement” in Greek, Macedonian, and English. That morning, Pavle Voskopoulos, member of the Political Secretariat of Rainbow, visited the public prosecutor ...
Macedonians From Neighbouring Countries Who Received Citizenship Can Vote
Macedonians from Albania, Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia and the Gorans from Kosovo, which last week expressly got Macedonian citizenship will be able to vote on forthcoming elections in any unit they choose to vote, confirmed for "Dnevnik" sources from state's leadership. For now it is impossible those persons to vote ...
Macedonians in Albania Open Radio Station
MACEDONIANS FROM PUSTEC GOT RADIO ON THEIR MOTHER LANGUAGE Representatives of "Prespa", Macedonian association in Albania, on the biggest Macedonian holiday opened first radio-station "Radio Pustec". The radio broadcasts experimental six-hours program on Macedonian language. It can be received by four inhabited places in Mala Prespa: Leska, Sulin, Zernovsko and Pustec.
Canadian Human Rights Activist Rejected at Greek Border
Steve Pliakes, a well-known ethnic Macedonian activist from Canada, was turned back by Greek border officials at the border between the Republics of Macedonia and Greece. Mr. Pliakes attempted to cross the Bogorodica-Negocani (Niki) border crossing on July 6, 2002 to visit the land of his birth.
Resolution and Declaration for Promotion of the National Minority Status and Rights in the Republic of Albania
ACCORDING to the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal declaration for human rights, the European convention for protection of human rights and elementary freedom, the International convention for elimination of all forms of racial discrimination, the Convention for children's rights, the Final Helsinki document, the document from the Copenhagen ...
Macedonians in Albania Request Teaching of Macedonian Language
Macedonians in Albania do not have even the minimum civil rights which they had during the regime of Enver Hodxa, when they were able to a certain level to be educated on Macedonian language. Recently formed association of Macedonians in Albania "Peace" in which four Macedonian associations are members, will ...
GHM Statement to the Helsinki Commission Hearing on "Human Rights in Greece: A Snapshot of the Cradle of Democracy"
GREEK HELSINKI MONITOR (GHM) - Address: P.O. Box 60820, 15304 Glyka Nera - Telephone: (+3) 010.347.22.59. Fax: (+3) 010.601.87.60.
Macedonian Books Burned at Exhibition in Greece
Macedonian MFA protests to Greek MFA about book destruction incident in Thessaloniki Book Exhibition Republic of Macedonia Agency of Information Macedonia - Greece INCIDENT AT THE BOOK FAIR IN THESSALONIKI Skopje, May 31 - A group of unknown young people Wednesday broke into the stand ...
International Helsinki Federation 2002 Annual Report - Greece
Human Rights in the OSCE Region: The Balkans, the Caucasus, Europe, Central Asia and North America - Report 2002 (events 2001) Greece did not make much progress in furthering the protection of human rights during 2001. The extensive violation of minority rights continued despite sharp criticism from the relevant international bodies.