17 September 2019
HDIM Starts with Civil Society Protest on Russian Elections
NHC Side-Event on Corruption and Human Rights at HDIM
13 September 2018The NHC hosted a side-event on Human Rights and Corruption at the 2018 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting in Warsaw, Poland.
OSCE should live up to commitments on refugees and migrants
08 March 2016An expert workshop on migration called for increased efforts by the OSCE participating states to implement their commitments and ensure the protection of refugees as set out in the 1951 UN Refugee Convention.
NHC to take part in Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
14 September 2015As in previous years, the NHC will be represented at the annual OSCE ODIHR Human Dimension Implementation Meeting, to be held in Warsaw from 21 September to 2 October. The NHC is involved in the organization of three specific events during this year's meeting.
Focus on Azerbaijan at OSCE Human Dimension Meeting
26 September 2014The increasing repression of independent and opposition voices in Azerbaijan was highlighted on several occasions during the first week of the 2014 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting of the OSCE.
OSCE ODIHR Human Dimension Implementation Meeting – Central Asia
07 October 2012The NHC together with its project partners participated in the HDIM 2012. A side event was organized and moderated by the NHC, our project partners, incl. Mr. Yevgeniy Zhovtis, have spoken on the latest developments on freedom of expression, religion and association and assembly in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.
OSCE ODIHR Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
19 September 2012As in previous years the Netherlands Helsinki Committee will participate in the OSCE ODIHR Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) to be held in Warsaw, 24 September - 5 October 2012. The NHC will be active threefold.
NGOs call for more OSCE efforts in realizing human dimension commitments
05 December 2011Independent civil society organizing for the defence of human rights is becoming increasingly difficult in many OSCE participating states. The OSCE should do more to promote freedom of association, to protect human rights defenders and to improve freedom of movement.