Macedonian Human Rights Movement International


Rainbow/Vinozhito Congress - Solun, May 30, 2004
Rainbow-Vinozhito, as a part of the European Free Alliance (EFA), will host its Congress in Thessaloniki (Solun) on the 30th of May, 2004. The Central Council of Rainbow-Vinozhito decided this after the meeting in Barcelona where a new political party was established. The Congress, which was initially scheduled for last ...
MHRMC Condemns US State Department's Continued Misrepresentation of the Macedonian Minority in Greece
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada (MHRMC) condemns the US State Department's systematic policy of questioning the legitimacy of the Macedonian minority in Greece. Every year, the US State Dept. issues its "Country Reports on Human Rights Practices”, which perpetuates stereotypes against Macedonians rather than focusing on actual human rights abuses committed by Greece against Macedonians.
UN 60th Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Albania, MHRMC Report
Introduction The following interview with Edmond Temelko, president of the Macedonian organization "Prespa” in Albania, outlines the precarious position of the Macedonian minority in Albania. It appeared in the Macedonian weekly, "Makedonsko Sonce”, on June 15, 2001. "The plight of the Macedonians in Albania is already known.
UN 60th Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria, MHRMC Report
Introduction The Bulgarian government has and continues to place unlawful restrictions on a number of fundamental rights of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria. Whether it be through outright discrimination, the uneven application of laws which on their surface do not seem to discriminate against the Macedonian minority, or through unlawful ...
UN 60th Session of the Commission on Human Rights - The Macedonian Minority in Greece, MHRMC Report
Table of Contents Introduction Greek Neo-Nazis Threaten Macedonian Minority Party (Rainbow/Vinozhito) Greek Neo-Fascists Attack 50 Year Old Man Greek Government Harassment of Rainbow/Vinozhito Macedonian Language and the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages (EBLUL) Macedonian Political Refugees Denied Entry into Greece Macedonian Theatre Group Denied Entry into Greece Greece Refuses ...
Macedonian Delegation at the 60th Session of the UN Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, 15 March - 23 April 2004
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada organized a delegation of Macedonian human rights activists who participated at the 60th Session of the UN Commission on Human Rights, held 15 March - 23 April 2004 in Geneva, and who represented the plight of Macedonians in Albania, Bulgaria and Greece.
Radio France Internationale Presented Two Reports About the Macedonians in Bulgaria
Radio France International, on the French language programming. Other Europe presented two revealing radio programs about the Macedonians in Bulgaria. The reports presented the current situation of the Macedonians living in Bulgaria through interviews with human rights activists such as Ivan Kalchev, Georgi Radulov, Ivan Dragash, Kostadin Georgiev and Stefan Vlahov.
Macedonian National Minority Party, Vinozhito-Rainbow, Reschedules Congress
Almost six months after the double cancellation of its first congress, the Vinozhito-Rainbow (V-R) political party of the Macedonian minority in Greece has decided to re-schedule it for May 30th-31st in Thessaloniki/Solun. The decision was taken by V-R Political Secretariat and no further details are yet known.
Letter to President Bush Regarding the Name of the Republic of Macedonia
The Honorable George W. Bush The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20500 Re: Republic of Macedonia Dear Mr.
Response to the "Pan-Macedonian" Association's Letter to George Bush Regarding Cyprus
As much as I respect the difficult position the Cypriot people have been placed in, at the hands of the Great Powers and with Greece meddling in their affairs, I feel it is my obligation to respond to the Pan-Macedonian Association on several issues. 1. How hypocritical of you to ...