Donation of a Vehicle for a Single Parent

Thanks to regular donors who quickly responded to the call for donation, a vehicle was bought, and afterwards all the bureaurocratic procedures were completed, such as obtaining paperwork, then registration and getting car plates, technical vehicle inspection, etc. In the end, the president of...

Syrian, Macedonian and Albanian Women Share Their Experience with Migration

On 27 April, Legis organized the first public debate as part of its awareness-raising campaign on migration, under the title of “Migration through the Eyes of 3 Women”. The event was organised within the framework of the project "Building Bridges: Intersection of local, migrant and refugee...

Legis continues with video story-sharing for awareness-raising

Legis has recently started an awareness-raising campaign with focus on sharing of personal stories of people with migrant/refugee experience, in cooperation with Stella. The campaign draws a parallel between refugees that have transited or are currently in Macedonia on the one hand and local...

Human trafficking prevention training

Why are refugees a particularly vulnerable category when it comes to human trafficking? To what kind of risks are they exposed? What are the specific risks to which women refugees are exposed? How can human trafficking be prevented?

PICUM General Assembly 2018

The General Assembly is a key part of PICUM’s annual calendar and took place on 20-21 April 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. It provides an important opportunity for members to mobilise around key issues, engage policy makers, develop strategies, and steer the direction of the PICUM network. Since...

Commemorating 26th of April 2015

Toay 26th of April we are commemorating the day when Legis took the initiative of having the Law on Asylum amended, on 26th of April 2015. In order to regulate the transit of the so-called “illegal migrants” through Macedonia, and in order to protect them from accidents and unpleasant situations...

Migration Тhrough the Еyes of 3 Women

Why do people leave their countries to migrate? Can parallels be drawn between Macedonians who migrate abroad and refuges from different countries who leave their homes? In what specific ways are women in particular affected by migration?

Volunteering with Legis

From 15 of February until 23 of March 2018, Legis was the host of Jessica Blanarik, a volunteer from the US. During this period, Legis carried out educational and social support activities aimed at the refugees/migrants residing in the Tabanovce Transit Center.

Memorandum of Cooperation

In partnership with the Association for a Clean Environment “Let’s Do it Macedonia” (“Ajde Makedonija” in Macedonian), Legis has become part of the project “Macedonia without Waste – Network for Redistribution of Food Waste”. For this reason, both Legis and Let’s Do it Macedonia signed a...

Fostering Friendships through Intercultural Meetings in Tabanovce Camp

On March 31st, Legis organized an intercultural workshop among young locals from Macedonia and refugees currently staying in the Tabanovce camp. The aim of the workshop was for locals to have the opportunity to meet the refugees and better understand their experience beyond mainstream media...