Corner Reports

Annual Human Rights Report on Macedonia 2010 10 May 2011

Today, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia published its Human Rights Report on Macedonia for 2010.

You can download an English summary of the report by clicking here .


Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (February - March 2011) 10 April 2011

PUBLIC DEVELOPMENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

COURT CASES

VIOLATIONS OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS

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PUBLIC DEVELOPMENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

- The right to freedom and safety and (ab)use of the measure of pre-trial detention by judicial authorities.

- Dangerous promotion of the spiral of hatred...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (January 2011) 10 February 2011

INTRODUCTION

Within the past month, the Helsinki committee worked on a certain number of cases where violations of human rights were detected in several segments and areas. 

In addition to this Report, we have chosen several cases which deserve specific insight and analysis due to their nature and content, and in which the disregard of human rights was most emphasized.

Starting from the lack...

Corner Publications

Human Rights Legal and Policy Action Framework 01 February 2011

Human Rights Legal and Policy Action Framework Focusing on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction

Project: Social Inclusion and Human Rights in Macedonia

Prepared by: Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia

Publisher: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights – BIM-FV

You can download the publication by clicking here .



Corner Reports

Monthly Report (November 2010) 10 December 2010

1. PUBLIC DEVELOPMENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Freedom of information should not be lynched! Freedom of speech is not for sail! - Campaign for an ombudsman for media. 

1.2. National strategy for poverty and social exclusion reduction 

1.3. Will judiciary manage to protect itself from political pressures?!

2. POLICE AND COURT CASES

2.1. Naum Milososki from Ohrid

2.2. The...

Corner Press release

Successful application to the Court in Strasburg 28 November 2010

 In today’s verdict by the Judicial Council in the case Vasilkoski and others against the Republic of Macedonia, with an application made and submitted by the Helsinki Committee (complaint No. 28169/08), the European Court for Human Rights on the public session has established violation to Article 5 paragraph 3 (right to freedom and safety) by the European Convention for Human...

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