Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
MILS News: "Bulgaria Changes the Relation Towards Macedonian Minority"
Macedonians from Bulgaria yesterday without any pressures or threats by the police, celebrated the anniversary of the murder of Macedonian revolutionary, Jane Sandanski. On the celebration in the Rozen Monastery near the city of Sandanski, the Bulgarian police did not make any trouble, as it was the case in the previous ten years, reports "Deutsche Welle" radio.
MILS News: "Bulgaria Will Acknowledge Macedonian Minority?"
Bulgaria will acknowledge Macedonian minority , reports Bulgarian agency "Focus" calling upon preposition-document prepared by the Council for Ethnical Issues of the Bulgarian Government. Argument for acknowledging the Macedonian minority is the fact that on the last census in Bulgaria 10.000 persons declared as Macedonians, and 250.000 citizens declared as Macedonians in the first post-war censuses.
Macedonian Theatre Group Harassed by Bulgarian Border Police
The Macedonian theatre group "Skrb i uteha" visited Bulgaria from April 6 till April 10, 2002 on invitation of the "Chitalishte Nikola Vapcarov" from the locality of Mosomishte. During the visit the group performed 5 shows of Tihomir Ilevski's play "Olesni, razresi, prosti" in the localities of Mikrevo, Kremen, Sandanski, Mosomishte and Leski.
"Sounds of Silence" - The Macedonian Minority in Greece in 2001 and Early 2002
"Sounds of Silence" - The Macedonian Minority in Greece in 2001 and Early 2002
Comments on U.S. Department of State Report on Greece
Comments on U.S. Department of State Report on Greece
EBLUL and Eurolang Drop References to "Slavo-Macedonian Language" in Favor of "Macedonian Language" Following Criticism by Macedonian Diaspora and Minority Rights NGO's
GREEK HELSINKI MONITOR (GHM) MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP - GREECE (MRG-G) Address: P.O. Box 60820, 15304 Glyka Nera Telephone: (+3) 010.347.22.59. Fax: (+3) 010.601.87.60.
International Press Institute - 2001 World Press Freedom Review
The following are IPI's reports on Greece, Bulgaria and Albania. For their complete report please visit: http://www.freemedia.at/wpfr/world.html Report on Greece http://www.freemedia.at/wpfr/greece.htm Greece continues to be one of the few countries within the European Union (EU) that has consistently brought criminal defamation suits against journalists.
Important Decision on Language Rights and Non-Discrimination
From: MINELRES moderator Original sender: Fernand de Varennes Dear Colleagues, It seems most people interested in the rights of minorities are not aware of a UN Human Rights Committee decision of 6 December 2000 (Diergaardt v Namibia http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/undocs/session69/view760.htm) which is a step forward in the recognition of ...
New EBLUL Member State Committee Established in Greece
Please note that since this press release was issued, EBLUL has dropped the use of the "Slav-Macedonian" term and now refers to the Macedonian language and minority by its proper name, Macedonian. See the related press release here: https://mhrmi.org/news/2002/march13_e.asp Press Release Brussels - Last Saturday, the European ...
MHRMC 2001 Annual Report - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria
Focus: Freedom of expression and the media; freedom of association and peaceful assembly 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 ...