Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in the Republic of Macedonia
Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia was founded on 6th October,1994 in Skopje.
Contact:+ 389 23 11 90 73
+ 389 23 29 04 69
Street address:Dame Gruev Br. 8
Postal address:Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in the Republic of Macedonia
1 000 Skopje,
The mission of the Committee is to observe and inform, on local and international level, the respect of the human rights, in accordance with the provisions of the Helsinki Final Act and other international standards for the respect of human rights.
The Helsinki Committee reacts in cases of violations of the human rights promoted by the international legislation, guaranteed by the Constitution, the national legislation and by the State and its institutions. It monitors the activities of the national institutions (President, Parliament, Government, Ministries, Courts, State administration, Police, etc.) and the way they realize their authorities
Field of Activity: Human Rights Activism
Global Activities of the Committee are : to provide free legal aid upon citizen submitted complains, undertakes casework, legal initiatives, researches, disseminations on human rights, organizes conferences, seminars, trainings etc. Permanent part of the activities is the field of education, which is preformed with participation of experts from the Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (within the Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research) and experts form different faculties from the Universities in Republic of Macedonia.