Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
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.
OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Greece
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 ...
Exiles Bring Greek Guilt Home
By Matthew Brunwasser www.pollitecon.com They were sent into exile and scattered to every corner of the world. For more than half a century the Macedonian Diaspora cast out of Greece during the country's bloody civil war have been barred from returning to their homeland. Now the army of ...
Invitation for the Third Macedonian World Human Rights Conference
For more information please see the Conference Invitation and Registration Form In order to coordinate the activities of all Macedonian human rights organizations and activists, the Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada and the United Macedonians Organization of Canada, as defenders of the human rights of ethnic Macedonians living in ...
Message from Lerin: Repeal the 1982 Law on Political Refugees
Two days ago in Lerin, with the participation of some 600 Macedonians from the Aegean part of Macedonia (200 of whom were former child-refugees from Greece), the third gathering of the political refugees began. This was the first time the gathering was organized in Greece thanks to a new policy of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Questions Posed to Greek Ministers by Racist Greek Deputy
So-called "Macedonian Press Agency" MHRMC Note: The so-called "Macedonian Press Agency" is actually a Greek fanatical news agency inappropriately named to spread propaganda that "Macedonia is Greek". Every statement made by the Greek deputy, including the unfounded claim of 200,000 Greeks in the Republic of Macedonia, is aimed at deflecting ...
Greek Foreign Ministry's Nervous Reaction of Macedonian Refugees' Meeting in Lerin/Florina
News item courtesy of the Greek Helsinki Monitor Kathimerini - Greece's International English Language Newspaper Discord brewing in Florina Greece yesterday protested to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonias diplomatic mission in Athens over the planned participation of FYROMs deputy Parliament speaker in a potentially controversial meeting in northern Greece.