Corner Publications

Analysis of the situation of people with physical disabilities in the Republic of Macedonia 14 November 2017

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia within the project "Civil society support to social cohesion and diversity policy making" funded by the British Embassy in Macedonia, has prepared the Analysis of the situation of people with physical disability in the Republic of Macedonia  

The analysis contains the research findings for the needs for changes of...

Corner Publications

Analysis of the situation of people with intellectual disability and combined disabilities in the Republic of Macedonia 14 November 2017

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia within the project "Civil society support to social cohesion and diversity policy making" funded by the British Embassy in Macedonia, has prepared the Analysis of the situation of people with intellectual disability and combined disabilities in the Republic of Macedonia 

The analysis contains...

Corner Reports

The situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo for the period of October, 2017 08 November 2017

Monthly report for October, 2017 on the situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo includes the following topics: Available facilities and conditions at the camp, Institutional treatment and irregular migration. The report can be downloaded at the following link.

 Gevgelija

Over the course of the entire month, once again increased frequency of larger groups who were...

Corner Reports

The situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo for the period of September, 2017 19 October 2017

Monthly report for September, 2017 on the situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo includes the following topics: Available facilities and conditions at the camp, Institutional treatment and irregular migration. The report can be downloaded at the following link. 

Gevgelija

In the course of September 2017, in the Reception-Transit Center Vinojug, Gevgelija, there were no...

Corner Publications

Analysis of the legal framework for the protection of the rights of the LGBTI community 25 September 2017

The LGBTI Support Center (Macedonian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights) with the support of the institutional grant within the Civica Mobilitas program prepared the Analysis of the legal framework for the protection of the rights of the LGBTI community.

The Analysis gives a short description of the main legislative issues, followed by concrete recommendations to address this issues. The...

Corner Reports

The situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo for the period of August, 2017 16 September 2017

Monthly report for August, 2017 on the situation at the border crossings Gevgelija and Kumanovo includes the following topics: Available facilities and conditions at the camp and Institutional treatment. The report can be downloaded at the following link. 

Gevgelija

Over the course of August, the number of refugees accommodated in the camp remained relatively low, with sporadic changes...

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Corner-aside Human Rights Watch

Police Brutality against Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Macedonia Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Following pressure by the Ombudsman’s Office and civil society groups such as the Macedonian Helsinki Committee and Legis, as well as the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, authorities also began transferring or releasing migrants and asylum seekers from...

Corner-aside Balkan Insight

Macedonia Accused of Double Standards Over Detentions Friday, 19 August 2016

The Macedonian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights has also complained of the misuse of pre-trial detention. It said in a recent report that it was “especially concerned about the manner in which detention is imposed, even when the legal...

Corner-aside Balkan Insight

Court Deals Macedonian Lustration Knockout Blow Thursday, 28 July 2016

This criticism came after wiretapped tapes of officials’ conversations, released by the opposition, suggested that the government had been meddling with the lustration process. The rulings by the Administrative Court “are probably a result of the...