Corner Reports

Financial Report 2011 01 May 2012

In the financial report of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia, for the budget year  2011 are included  the reports of independent auditors, balance of  revenues and expenditures, balance sheet and notes to the financial statements.

The financial report can be downloaded at the following link .


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Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)5 of the Council of Europe 01 April 2012

Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)5 on measures to combat discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity (Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 31 March 2010 at the 1081st meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)

Recognising that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons have been for centuries and are still subjected to homophobia, transphobia and other forms of...
Corner Publications

Regional Guidelines on the Identification of Trafficked Persons 01 February 2012

CONTENTS

I Main Aspects of the Concept of Identification of trafficked persons

II Link of Identification with definition of trafficking in human beings

III Organisational Aspects of Identification

IV Ppractical Aspects of holding an Interview with trafficked persons

V Identification and data Collection

You can download the publication here 



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Prof. Gordan Kalajdziev is the new president of the Helsinki Committee 17 September 2011

On September 17th, 2011 the Assembly of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in the Republic of Macedonia convened. Besides summarizing the work of the Committee among the two assemblies, at the Assembly a new Management Board of the Committee was elected. The new Management Board on its first session elected Gordan Kalajdziev, one of the founders of the Committee, professor ат the Faculty...

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For crimes against humanity amnesty cannot apply 22 July 2011

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia once again reiterates the position that under no circumstances there can be amnesty for cases of serious violation of the international humanitarian law.

The return and the processing of the Hague cases by our justice system still create a big dilemma accompanied by utterly contradictory interpretations in the public. The...

Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (April - May 2011) 10 June 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

- None of the authorities take on the responsibility for the Voters List!

- The Broadcasting Board vs. the Official Gazette of the Republic of...

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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...