In the intensified activities of mobile teams, 167 children were identified on the street

These are part of the data that the strengthened mobile teams for dealing with street children at the CSW Skopje were presented at a working meeting in the Minister of Labor and Social Policy, where the representative of UNICEF Benjamin Perks and representatives of the Red Cross of the City of Skopje were present.

"Initial findings from field research confirm that street children are often victims of more negative experiences, including physical and psychological abuse and neglect. They reinforce the need for systemic solutions, as many of these children miss the right to education, health and protection, "said
Benjamin Perks, UNICEF Representative.

"As people, it's hard to refrain from giving money or buying products from children on the street. But, we should be aware that if we do that, we will create an environment that hurts children. Children in the street need it systemic support, first and foremost, to prevent them from ending up on the street at all. "

Starting next week, field workers will visit the homes of children who have identified them on the streets and will begin working with families.
Enlargement and strengthening of mobile teams with professional staff is supported by UNICEF and implemented through CSW Skopje in cooperation with the Red Cross of the City of Skopje.

To stand up against the protest march of the right-wingers of Hungary, starting on May 21 this year

In Hungary on May 21 a protest march of the far-right right-handers from Hungary organized by the right-wing organization of Betrayal Sereg is announced.

They are known for their Anti Romani rhetoric and hatred of the Roma minority living in Hungary.

Otherwise, they are known for their frightening marches by endangering the innocent population, including whole families and children. Otherwise this movement was previously known as the "Hungarian Guard" paramilitary organization which is already prohibited by law.
Otherwise they will use that march to put their theory against the so-called. "Roma Crime", "Roma Terror" and the like.

There is no such thing in Hungary, but it is about "individual criminal acts that have no closeness with the generalization of a whole minority.
Otherwise, we also recall that in Hungary there is a law, a legal system and competent institutions that need to solve these tasks, that is, the police, and not through some paramilitary and illegal party police and groups.

Therefore, the Hungarian government is demanding that it protect its citizens from the far-right paramilitary forces that endanger Hungarian society, including all citizens within those boundaries.

At the same time, the International Roma Union - IRU, headed by its President Zoran Dimov, sends an appeal to the Hungarian Government to abide by its legal obligations to protect citizens, including the Roma community in Hungary.

Research: To stay or go outside the state? From Macedonia, 73% of the citizens have a desire for eviction

In one analysis carried out an analysis made entitled "SEE Youth Study" made by FES and CESID„ in one of the countries in our neighborhood, according to the economic and social status, how many citizens from the country of origin would remain in the country where they are in the moment or to leave somewhere abroad for economic or other reasons. the results are most for leaving than for staying.

The analysis shows that among the analyzed 10 Southeast European countries, the top is Serbia, where 75% of the citizens would leave, while only 25% would live in it.

Immediately on second place are from Macedonia where 73% would leave, while 27% would remain.

And other countries, such as Albania, Slovenia, Montenegro and Bosnia, account for 66 to 62 percent of those who want to leave, 58 percent in Kosovo, while Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania account for 30 percent to 34 percent.

An excuse will be taken out of the city where you live, and not where you were born

At its last session, the Government adopted the information on electronic connection of 76 main areas with the Electronic Registry of the Register for Birth Register.

Since the establishment of the electronic registry of registers, electronic connection of 82 domains has been made so far, and in this way, the citizens have been able to submit an application for issuing an extract in the city where they live, regardless of their place of birth and place of residence, and electronically to be provided from the city where the person was born.

With this connection, the Diplomatic and Consular Offices of Northern Macedonia have been enabled to connect electronically with the domains of the Directorate for Register of Births and Deaths, which are required by the citizens who live abroad in a faster time interval.

Centralization of data and optimization of business processes in the Office will open a wide range of possibilities in the area of ​​implementation of the European regulations and increase the efficiency of the administration, is the conclusion of the Government session on this item.

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