Communicating Migrations- Cooperation or Challenge Between CSOs and the Media

At the invitation of MYLA and the UNHCR office in Skopje, several civil society organizations from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary participated in a panel discussion to discuss the challenges and experiences from the cooperation between CSOs and the media in dealing with stereotypes and the new reality created by contemporary[…]

Conference on Immigration Detention in Macedonia – Current practices, applicable legislation and possible alternatives

On June 19th, 2017 in Skopje,  Macedonian Young Lawyers Association (MYLA) in collaboration with the UNHCR Office in Skopje and with the support of the European Union, organized a conference on the topic „Immigration Detention in Macedonia – Current practices, relevant legislation and possible alternatives“. The aim of the conference was to discuss current practices of detention[…]

Protection of refugees and migrants under the European Convention on Human Rights

Macedonian Young Lawyers Association (MYLA) in collaboration with the Council of Europe held a two-day training on the “Protection of refugees and migrants under the European Convention on Human Rights” starting November 28 until November 30, 2016.  The training covered several topics related to selected Articles of the Convention, such as the right to life (Art.[…]

Irregular migration AS ONE OF THE CHALLENGES OF MACEDONIA TODAY

    On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, Macedonian Young Lawyers Association held a conference titled “Irregular migration as one of the challenges of Macedonia today.” Participants and speakers at the event were Mr. Muhammad Arif, representative of the UNHCR office in the country, Mr. Oliver Spasovski, Minister of Interior, Mr. Dejan Ivkovski, head of the[…]