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.
25 February 2022
Is this the death of the OSCE Decalogue?
10 February 2022
‘No Time to Waste’ Says Polish Foreign Minister Rau at Launch of OSCE Security Dialogue
07 February 2022
U.S. OSCE Ambassador: It Would Be A ‘Strategic Catastrophe’ If Russia Decided To Escalate
03 February 2022
Exclusive: Polish OSCE Chairmanship to launch European security dialogue in Vienna next week
11 January 2022
What Security Guarantees?
23 December 2021
The Future of the OSCE: Government Views – OSCE Insights Special Issue
21 December 2021
Sweden’s OSCE Chairpersonship: ‘Tactical mistakes’ amid tense geopolitical situation and ongoing pandemic
14 December 2021
Dare to Change: Inspiring perspectives and key ideas for Helsinki 2025
09 December 2021
In Memoriam Herman Schaper, Former Ambassador and SHRM Editorial Board Member
02 December 2021
Stockholm OSCE Ministerial Council Meeting Opens Amid Growing Tensions
01 December 2021
Killing it – not so softly? Human rights accountability and political will in the OSCE
01 December 2021
The Need for Cooperative Security In Europe: CSDS Policy Brief
22 November 2021
35 OSCE States ‘Reject Firmly’ Belarus’ Claims on Human Rights Situation
Building Security Through Cooperation
The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHRM) provides regular updates on topical developments relevant to the mandate of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). The publications on this website are meant to stimulate dialogue and debate and / or inform readers on issues related to security and human rights.
The publication of the Security and Human Rights Monitor is made possible through the generous financial support of the governments of Austria, Liechtenstein, and the Netherlands.
The major themes include:
- Conflict prevention
- Human Rights
- Democracy building
- Cooperative security