NHC attends the annual HDIM-meeting
NHC is active at the OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting 2014 which is currently taking place in Warsaw.
The Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM), Europe's largest annual human rights and democracy conference, is organized every year by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) as a platform where 57 OSCE participating States and OSCE structures meet civil society to take stock of the implementation of the human dimension commitments. Here, civil society can challenge states and institutions, discuss problems in the field of democracy and human rights, share good practices and make recommendations for further improvements.
Last week the NHC held interventions at the working sessions focusing fundamental freedoms and rule of law. This week, the NHC will present interventions at the working session discussing tolerance and non-discrimination. Click on the links below to read all NHC interventions at this year's' HDIM.
The new NHC report 'Below Freedom of Religion or Belief Standards: State Policy in Kazakhstan, arbitrary protection in the Kyrgyz Republic' was launched a side event we hosted at the conference. Download the report here.
NHC interventions at HDIM 2014