Member of the Management Board of the Estonian Human Rights Centre is taking part in the OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting. The Meeting takes place in Warsaw and started already last week on 26 September. The second week, which started today, covers the following topics: OSCE activities in human dimension, humanitarian issues (incl. refugees and migrants), tolerance and non-discrimination.
Participants of the meeting are the delegations of all the OSCE Participating States, several international organisations and non-governmental organisations.
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