The OSCE 2023 Parallel Civil Society Conference in Skopje called for an end to the aggression against Ukraine, bring responsible for international crimes to justice, intensify work on resolution of conflicts, strengthen the protection of civil society, and reform the OSCE Context
On November 22, 2023 a well-known human rights activist Tajigul Begmedova, who heads the Turkmen Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Bulgaria, was deported from Istanbul, Türkiye to Varna, Bulgaria. Turkish authorities cite “threat to national security” as the basis for the entry ban.
Representatives of more than thirty organizations that are part of the Civic Solidarity Platform gathered in Warsaw on October 8 to discuss current activities and agree on future plans. The CSP focuses on strengthening its member organizations' support for campaigning on human rights issues as they arise.
Dear colleagues, partners and friends, Thank you for your support in 2022. Looking back to the challenges of this year, we feel incredibly grateful to work together with CSP member organizations and external partners.
On Wednesday, 30 November 2022 in Łódź Civic Solidarity Platform representatives presented the Conference outcome document, a Declaration to the OSCE Chair-in-Office, Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau and his colleagues H.E.
The OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference 2022 took place on Wednesday, 30 November 2022 in Łódź, on the eve of the OSCE Ministerial Council meeting.
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