Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Press Release
MHRMI and AMHRC Increase Funding for Macedonian Newspapers in Bulgaria and Greece

Macedonians Macedonian Human Rights Movement International and the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee are pleased to announce that we have increased funding for the Macedonian minority newspapers, Narodna Volja, in Pirin Macedonia and Nova Zora in Aegean Macedonia, along with the publication and distribution of historic and current Macedonian publications. Bulgaria and Greece, to this day, continue their policies of suppressing any expression of Macedonian identity. With this step, MHRMI and AMHRC are ensuring that our true history will be reflected and that Macedonian culture and written traditions will endure throughout the regions in which Macedonians live.

"Without the help of MHRMI and AMHRC, the Macedonian minorities in the Balkans would have no access to publications in our mother tongue. We call on Macedonians worldwide to support these invaluable organizations and truly make a difference for Macedonian human rights", said Stojko Stojkov, co-president of OMO Ilinden - PIRIN.

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Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI) has been active on human and national rights issues for Macedonians and other oppressed peoples since 1986. For more information:,, facebook,, 1-416-850-7125.

Established in 1984 the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee (AMHRC) is a non governmental organisation that advocates before governments, international institutions and broader communities about combating discrimination and promoting basic human rights. Our aspiration is to ensure that Macedonian communities and other excluded groups throughout the world are recognised, respected and afforded equitable treatment. For more information please visit, email or via +61 3 9329 8960.