HCHR

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HCHRHigh Commissioner for Human Rights (United Nations)
HCHRHelsinki Committee for Human Rights (est. 1995; Bosnia and Herzegovina)
HCHRHigh Control Heart Rate
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The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia has issued a reaction to the open letter of the public prosecutors from the Skopje Prosecutor's Office addressed to Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva.
In addition to scholars and policymakers, contributors include those working in advocacy and human rights organizations, such as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Pylip Orlyk Institute for Democracy in Ukraine, and the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia.
The event was organized by the Office of the Ombudsman and the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, and supported by the OSCE Mission to Skopje.
The draft includes "severe punishment based on an arbitrary understanding of law," said Krassimir Kanev, who heads the Bulgarian branch of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, an international NGO operating in numerous European countries.
The states in the region are fragile and strained by ethnic tensions, the transitions, both economic and political, are moving too slowly," said Sonja Biserko, head of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia.
To protest the action, about fifty human rights activists gathered at the scene, among them leaders of the Croatian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights (C.
From the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights stress that they don't feel played by the politics because they initially agreed that the civil sector will have to act differently in the upcoming period, pursuant its new role.
Major organization : HELSINKI COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN REPUBLIKA SRPSKA (HCHR)
The Bulgarian Health Ministry pledged to support the health projects with 375,000 euros of its own but as the projects enter their final month it has provided just 35,000 euros, according to Dessislava Simeonova of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights.
According to the Belgrade office of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, the Presidency Declaration's linkage between Albanian prisoners and "persons who refused to bear arms" is a smoke-screen put in place by the Yugoslav Government.
According to the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia, the verdict against journalist Kezarovski is a serious precedent bearing in mind that in the region no journalist has ever been handed down such a severe imprisonment sentence for performing journalistic activities.
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