Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
European Free Alliance Reports on Greek Discrimination Against Macedonian Minority
Report From a Visit to Greece Bartlomiej Swiderek for the EFA The Rainbow-Vinozhito party, a member of the European Free Alliance, which represents the Macedonian national minority in Greece, had to cancel its first congress twice owing to threats and pressure from Greek far right and neo-nazi organisations.
Lecture by JSG Gandeto: Author of "Ancient Macedonians: Differences Between the Ancient Macedonians and the Ancient Greeks"
On Sunday November 30th, 2003, the Canadian Macedonian Historical Society together with St. Clement of Ohrid Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral and the Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada jointly hosted a historical presentation by Joseph Gandeto, author of Ancient Macedonians, Differences Between the Ancient Macedonians and the Ancient Greeks.
Macedonian Minority Representatives Attend European Free Alliance Meeting in the European Parliament
Source: Rainbow/Vinozhito www.florina.org On November 13 - 14, 2003, a delegation from RAINBOW took part in the regular meeting of the European Free Alliance - Democratic Party of the Peoples of Europe (EFA-DPPE) in the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. Among the many issues covered was a discussion regarding the proposed new European constitution.
Tense Greek homecoming - Macedonians: Refugees from an unacknowledged minority visit their villages after 50 years
By Matthew Brunwasser www.sunspot.net THESSALONIKI, Greece - For the first time since the Greek Civil War ended more than 50 years ago, ethnic Macedonian refugees have been allowed back to their former homes and villages in Greece. From Aug. 10 until this week, the refugees have been allowed to visit for 20 days.
OSCE Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Albania, Report by MHRMC
Table of Contents Introduction Census Macedonian Church in Pustets Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Albania 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.
OSCE Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria, Report by MHRMC
Table of Contents Introduction Freedom of Expression and the Media Freedom of Association and the Right of Peaceful Assembly Conclusion Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Bulgaria Introduction The Bulgarian government has and continues to place unlawful restrictions on a number of fundamental rights of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria.
OSCE Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Greece, Report by MHRMC
Table of Contents Introduction Macedonian Political Refugees Home of Macedonian Culture and the Rousalii Association Greece's Official Stance Regarding the Macedonian Minority / US State Department Report on Greece Macedonian language and the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages (EBLUL) Macedonian Theatre Group Denied Entry into Greece Greek Neo-Fascist Group ...
Bittersweet return for Greek civil war's lost victims
Source: The Guardian Greece is allowing ethnic Macedonians exiled in the 1940s to revisit their homes for the first time Georgi Donevski has fought the memory of being forcibly marched out of Greece for longer than he cares to remember. He was wrenched from his parents, taken from his village in the dark and forced to trek across the mountains.
OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria
Table of Contents Introduction Freedom of Expression and the Media Freedom of Association and the Right of Peaceful Assembly Conclusion Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Bulgaria Introduction The Bulgarian government has and continues to place unlawful restrictions on a number of fundamental rights of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria.
OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Albania
Table of Contents Introduction Census Macedonian Church in Pustets Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Albania 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.