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Mission

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia (MHC) is a non-governmental organization for human rights promotion and protection, without any political and religious orientation. The reasons why the MHC exists are: (i) to increase the awareness about the concept of human rights and basic freedoms which is embedded in the Universal Declaration for...

Assembly

 Members of the Assembly of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia

1. Albert Musliu10. Lina Unkovska
18. Periklija Beshka
2. Bogdancho Gogov11. Ljubomir D. Frchkoski
19. Petrit Saracini
3. Borjan Jovanovski12. Nikola Naumoski20. Samet Skenderi
4. Dehran Muratov13. Margarita Caca-Nikolovska21. Samoil Filipovski
5. Dzelal Hodzic
14. Martin Nanic
22. Sashka Cvetkovska
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Executive board

Members of the Еxecutive Board of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia

1. Albert Musliu4. PhD Gordan Kalajdziev7. PhD Mimoza Ristova
2. PhD Besa Arifi5. PhD Ljubomir D. Frchkovski8. Sashko Dukoski
3. Borjan Jovanovski6. Margarita Tsatsa-Nikolovska9. PhD Rumena Buzarovska

President

Professor Gordan Kalajdziev assumed the position of President of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia on 17 September 2011. In addition to his activities in the Committee, he is a professor in the Criminal Law Department at the Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law in Skopje, Macedonia.

The CV of the President can be downloaded at the following link 

Supervisory board

Members of the Supervisory Board of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia

1. Dzelal Hodzic

2. Iskra Geshovska

3. Samoil Filipovski

Staff

Name Profession Position
Uranija Pirovska Law graduate Executive director
Kocho Andonovski Integrated public relations Program director
Neda Chalovska Law graduate (Bar exam) Legal adviser
Igor Jadrovski LLM Legal adviser
Elena Brmbeska Master of arts Researcher
Jovana Jovanovska LLM Legal adviser
Biljana Ginova Graduate in Mechanical Engineering Project coordinator
Sanja...

Volunteers

This is a valuable opportunity for young enthusiasts, future activists and defenders of human rights to gain practical experience through volunteer work in the Helsinki Committee.

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia is a non-government organization with a head office in Skopje. The work of the committee is from the area of:

  • - Monitoring and reporting on the...
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