United Nations Human Rights Council
Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of


Cihan Schoppe

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Committee: United Nations Human Rights Council Country: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Delegate: Cihan Schoppe

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has some 748 km of boundaries, shared with Serbia to the North, Kosovo to the Northwest, Bulgaria to the east, Greece to the south and Albania to the west. The last official estimate from 2009, gives a figure of 2,022,547 inhabitants. According to the last census data, the largest ethnic group in the country are the Macedonians. The second largest group are the Albanians who dominated much of the North-western part of the country Following them, Turks are the third biggest ethnic group of the country where official census data put them close to 80.000 and unofficial estimates suggest numbers between 170.000 and 200.000.

1st Topic A: Discrimination Toward Albinism

Albinism is an inherited condition that is present at birth. It is c...

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