Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Rainbow Participates in the General Assembly of the European Alliance
Statement by the Rainbow Party Madame Chairman, Members of the European Parliament from the EFA/GREENS Group, Ladies and Gentlemen, As members of Greece's ethnic Macedonian minority, and as the sole minority party from the Balkan region represented in the European Parliament through the European Free Alliance, we are compelled in ...
Letter to the Editor of 'The Economist' on "Slav Macedonians" Not Published
The Editor The Economist Dear Sir, Inconsistency and inaccuracy are the two main arguments countering your defense of the use of the words "Slavs” or "Slav Macedonians” when referring to (ethnic) Macedonians, once you acknowledge the major problem, which is paying lip service to the denial of a distinct Macedonian ...
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Greece
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Greece
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Bulgaria
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Bulgaria
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Albania
Human Rights in the OSCE Region - Report on Albania
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Greece
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Greece
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Albania
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Albania
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Bulgaria
The Rights of National Minorities in Southeastern and Central Europe - Report on Bulgaria
Greece's Anti-Minority Attitude
AIM Athens by Panayote Dimitras Greece "distinguished" itself as the only one of the sixteen countries participating or facilitating the Stability Pact for Southeast Europe (SP) that snubbed the meeting in Strasbourg, on 22 May 2001, where SP minority-related projects of the Council of Europe (including an anti-discrimination review) were furthered or launched.
UN Conference Report: Unrecognized Minorities in Albania, Bulgaria and Greece
The following is an excerpt from the Greek Helsinki Monitor and Minority Rights Group-Greece's Statement at the UN WGM Conference (Partly or Fully Unrecognized) National Minorities (Statement to the UN Working Group on Minorities, 7th session, Geneva, 14-18 May 2001) The existence of a minority is "a matter of fact, not a matter of law" said the International Court of Justice in the interwar period.