Building and securing justice across Europe
Struggle for Rule of Law in Poland Continues
16 October 2019
Law and Justice won in last Sundya's parliamentary election, what does this mean for the Rule of Law and judicial independence in Poland?
Defending Human Rights in Turkey: Nejat Taştan
14 October 2019
Nejat Taştan, a human rights defender for over thirty years and one of the Istanbul 10, charged under Turkey's anti-terrorism legislation, explains what his work means to him.
Dutch Government Policies on Life Imprisonment Should Be in Line with CoE Standards, NGOs argue
30 September 2019
NGOs argue Dutch government should do more to bring policies on life imprisonment in line with Council of Europe Standards.
NHC Hosts Side Event “Human Rights Communication 2.0” at OSCE HDIM
30 September 2019
Civil society and international organisation representatives discuss means and methods for human rights defenders to communicate their work in order to increase their public support.
Global Conversation on Counter-Terrorism Impacts on Human Rights
25 September 2019
Panellists from around the globe discuss the impacts of counter-terrorism measures on human rights at The Hague Internaitonal Open Day.
From Dictatorship to Democracy: Albania, Ukraine and Everywhere Else
18 September 2019
The pathways between dicatorship and democracy were highlighted in this year's Night of the Dictator in The Hague. Human rights defenders from Ukraine and Albania shared their stories.
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Security and Human Rights Monitor
The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHRM) is a platform for debate, analysis, information, and developments relevant to the mandate of the OSCE. It focuses in particular on the inter-relationship between security and human rights.