Phantom people invisible for the state

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In Macedonia there are approximately 3000 phantom people or people with no identity. They are not entitled to health insurance and employment, and they cannot vote or leave the country. They are simply invisible for the system and the state.

Through the story of the family Sulejman from Suto Orizari, we convey to you the suffering of these families, but also the negligence of the state towards these people, as a result of which, instead of systematically solving this problem, the number of phantom people is increasing every year.  


civica mobilitas logoThe video was produced as part of the project “Reporting about civil society and its impact in achieving societal changes”, implemented by MIM in association with SCOOP Macedonia, with financial assistance from the CIVICA Mobilitas program.