Delegation of the European Union to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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The European Parliament's Sakharov Fellowship offers up to 14 human rights defenders selected from non-EU countries the opportunity to follow a two week intensive training in Brussels and the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice.

It has been organised annually since 2016 further to an initiative taken by the Sakharov Prize Network at the 25th Anniversary Conference of the Sakharov Prize.

On this day, 70 years ago, the Member States of the United Nations came together to adopt the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This step brought the world together after the greatest tragedy in human history. We have come a long way since then.

Mr Reinhard Priebe visited Skopje from 5 to 7 December. Mr Priebe headed the group of senior rule of law experts to assess the situation of rule of law in 2015 and 2017.

The purpose of this visit was to follow-up on the implementation of recommendations made by the group regarding judicial reforms.

Mr Priebe had meetings with stakeholders and government officials in the justice field in order to assess progress made and advise the authorities about delivery of tangible results.

High Representative/Vice-President Mogherini meets with Deputy Prime Minister Šekerinska and Foreign Minister Dimitrov of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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Cross-border Programme the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - Republic of Albania under the Instrument of Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II) allocations for 2016 & 2017
Publication reference: EuropeAid/161486/DD/ACT/MK

The 2nd Call for Proposals under the IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme between the Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Albania 2014-2020 is now opened

The eligible area of the Programme is the following:

-        in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: the Regions of Pelagonia, Polog, Southwest,

Today we stand united in our determination to protect and to promote the rights of all children everywhere. These rights are universal, indivisible and inalienable. Every single child has the right to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment – free from any form of violence, abuse, harassment or neglect. It is our collective task to do everything we can to ensure that these rights are respected and ensured for every child, everywhere.

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