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08 May 2017 Building Up Rule of Law

Extended Deadline for Matra Rule of Law Training Programme “Public Procurement”

Interview with OSCE Special Representative Professor Peter Neumann on Anti-Radicalisation

In a written interview with the Security and Human Rights Monitor, OSCE Special Representative Professor Peter Neumann discussed a few topics surrounding the fight against radicalisation.

Free Azerbaijani Journalist Mehman Huseynov – Joint Statement

As World Press Freedom Day is celebrated across the globe on May 3, we, the undersigned organizations, cannot forget the untenable price journalists pay for government criticism in Azerbaijan.

NHC updates: office relocation and online changes

The Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC) is pleased to announce that the office is undergoing various changes regarding relocation, logo redesigns, and online renovations.

NHC signs Common Appeal “The Europe we want: Just, Sustainable, Democratic and Inclusive”, a call for unity and solidarity.

The Netherlands Helsinki Committee has signed the Common Appeal, "The Europe we want: Just, Sustainable, Democratic and Inclusive", penned by European Civil Society Organisations and Trade Unions. This appeal marks the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome of 1957.

Stop the Attacks on Civil Society in Hungary

The Netherlands Helsinki Committee rejects the continuing steps by the Hungarian government to limit the space for civil society organizations.

Report Issued on State of Civil Society in EU and Russia

The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum recently published a report conceptualising civil society developments in Russia and the EU.

Call for Publications for the Security and Human Rights Journal

The quarterly journal Security and Human Rights (SHR) is currently seeking submissions.

OSCE Holds Conference “Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure: Strengthening Confidence Building in the OSCE”

Today, officials will meet in Vienna for the conference “Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure: Strengthening Confidence Building in the OSCE”.

EU Implementation of Anti-Corruption Treaties Insufficient, New Report Argues

International law on fighting corruption is underutilized by European Union member states. It can and should play a more important role in tackling corruption involving both Russia and EU countries.