Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (October - November 2009) 10 December 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS  AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Right to religion – privilege of big religious communities!  

1.2. Segregation of the Roma at the Bitola primary schools

1.3. Draft Law on Free Legal Aid 

1.4. The right to protest and expression once again under attack!

2. POLICE AND COURT CASES

2.1. The case of Fatime Idris Maslar 

3. VIOLATIONS OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL...

Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (July - August 2009) 10 September 2009

I. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1.      Interethnic Relations as Indicator

1.2.      Fierce Threats to the Public Speech

1.3.      Minister Manevski has a “devil-may-care” attitude 

1.4.      The Right to Privacy in the Media

1.5.      The Decisiveness to Introduce Religious Classes at Any Cost...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (September 2009) 10 August 2009

1.     PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1.      MoI changes its mind after working for two years on the draft law on criminal procedure!

1.2.      Obstinacy in the administration!

1.3.      National Preventive Mechanism in the amendments of the Ombudsman Law 

1.4.      Governmental “euthanasia” for the...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (June 2009) 10 July 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1.         Lesson for the disobedient students 

1.2.         Religions’ Ethics or re-introduction of religious instruction only with a more sophisticated title?  

1.3.         Facts never lie

1.4.         Compulsory secondary education, but is it...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (May 2009) 03 June 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

          1.1. The Ministries of Interior and Justice “show off their mussels”

          1.2. Prime Minister’s Letter

          1.3. The Police’s Threats

          1.4. Political (no) efforts for protecting the rights of the children 

...

Corner Reports

Annual Human Rights Report on Macedonia 2008 10 May 2009

Today, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia published its Human Rights Report on Macedonia for 2008.

You can download the report by clicking here  .


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