Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia
Elena Mihajlova, MA and Vladimir Danailov
Realization of the project:
Kocho Andonovski and Gordana NestorovskaYou can download the publication by clicking here
The recent attack against a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) Support Centre in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, underscores the urgent need for protection in law against any forms of discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, said Amnesty International today.
In the early hours of 24 October, the office of the newly established...
The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia on its 18th anniversary with the support of the Dutch Embassy in Macedonia on 23.10.2012 opened the first Support Center for the LGBTI Community.
The main purpose of the LGBTI Support Center will be representing the LGBTI community but also it will be dedicated to organizing self-help groups and will offer help to the rest of...
The Quarterly report on the human rights situation in the Republic of Macedonia for the period July-September 2012 includes the following topics: Right to Free Movement and Peaceful Protest, Political Pressures on Members of the Opposition Parties, Unconstitutional Lustration Process, Amendments to the Manner of Operation of the Police, Health Care in Closed institutions, Transsexual Persons,...
The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in the Rеpublic of Macedonia prepared commentaries and recommendations to the new Draft Law amending the Law on Police which is currently under discussion in the Parliament. The document was submitted to the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia, during the public discussion which took place in the National Council for EU integration. The Helsinki...
The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia today submitted to the Constitutional Court an Initiative for Initiating Proceedings for Evaluation of the Constitutionality of Provisions form the Law on Determining a Condition for Limiting the Performance of a Public Function, Access to Documents and Publication of the Collaboration with State Security Bodies (Lustration...