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Security and Human Rights Monitor The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHR Monitor) is a multifaceted platform that provides analysis on the work of the OSCE, as well as on security and human rights challenges stemming from the OSCE region and beyond.
24 November 2022
Poland to Ban Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov from Attending OSCE Ministerial Council
Shifting Dynamics at the OSCE Mediterranean Conference
Exclusive: OSCE to invest 28.7 million Euros in support program for Ukraine
OSCE expert report documents a decade of repression of Russian civil society
OSCE Ukrainian staff members sentenced in Russian-separatist kangaroo court
Russia’s war against Ukraine and the OSCE Mediterranean Dialogue
Ending Up Somewhere Else: The Need for Strategy in the OSCE
The OSCE and a 21st century spirit of Helsinki: Opportunities to shift security back to the people
Lugano conference: A first step towards Ukraine’s recovery
Exclusive: Second OSCE expert report confirms ‘clear patterns of serious violations of international humanitarian law’ by Russian forces in Ukraine
Traded Without Restraint? Transfers of Small Arms and Light Weapons
Ukraine calls for suspending Russia from the OSCE
Russia’s War Against Ukraine: Implications for the Future of the OSCE

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