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ODIHR is active throughout the OSCE area in election observation, democratic development, human rights, tolerance and non-discrimination, and rule of law.
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OSCE/ODIHR 48m
Looking for ODIHR's electoral recommendations? Visit and join our side event this evening to learn more!
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OSCE/ODIHR 4h
This morning at : increasing the representation of women in public and political life, and winning the fight to end
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OSCE/ODIHR 5h
The first week of is almost over. But is part of a bigger picture in ODIHR's ongoing work to protect and promote throughout the region. Watch our video and reflect!
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OSCE/ODIHR 22h
Now at : pressures on and its importance to ensure both and throughout the OSCE region If you can’t join us, watch the livestream here:
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 19
We are hosting three exciting side events at today! Join us!
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 19
Now at : the right to must be respected for all groups to strengthen throughout the OSCE region
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 18
The conversation on continues at : now on the urgent need throughout the region to find a balance between protecting and measures to safeguard
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 18
The best & brightest of the photos (and more) from the opening session of :
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 18
Poland has hosted ODIHR since its establishment in 1991. At , Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz praises our work on strengthening and promoting
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 18
Now at : How can countries best ensure that journalists are able to work freely and safely?
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
INVITATION! participants are invited to a special screening of the acclaimed film on 19 September, to be followed by a Q&A on with the director, Tabrez Noorani. Contact ODIHR for details
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Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir Sep 17
Glad to hear diverse voices and viewpoints in our yearly meeting on human rights and democracy in OSCE area. It is of essence that we focus on recommendations on how participating States can advance their work in the human dimension
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
Replying to @KKertysova
Just to be clear - filming and photography in the plenary are not permitted during conference sessions, but you're free to do so in the majority of side events
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
Replying to @KKertysova @OSCE_RFoM
That won't be possible, but you or a colleague are welcome to record it yourself.
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
Discussing now at : democratic elections are a linchpin of geniune democracy. What challenges are we seeing to in the age?
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
Replying to @KKertysova @OSCE_RFoM
I'm afraid not, only the plenary sessions are livestreamed.
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
Join our side event this afternoon and be the first to learn about our new election observation handbook!
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 17
This morning’s discussion at : is top priority when it comes to – but how safe are they? If you can't join us, watch the livestream here:
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 16
is a forum for open discussion and not for finger pointing, OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President says on the first day of
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OSCE/ODIHR Sep 16
Safety of journalists is linked directly to the health of our democracies, says on the first day of
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