Open Letter to the OSCE/ODIHR

Open Letter to the OSCE/ODIHR

Will it be worthwhile participating in the next HDIM?  All the participants’ statements and papers in the last five years have just been removed from the website of the OSCE/ODIHR.   To the attention of Ms. Ingibjorg GISLADOTTIR, Director,   For more than 20...
Open Letter to the OSCE/ODIHR

OSCE HIDM 2019 Prasun Prakash

HUMAN DIMENSION IMPLEMENTATION MEETING Warsaw, 16 to 27 September 2019 Working session 13: Tolerance and non-discrimination II Including: Combating racism, xenophobia, discrimination, combating anti-Semitism andintolerance against Christians, Muslims and members of...
Open Letter to the OSCE/ODIHR

OSCE HIDM 2019 CAP LC

HUMAN DIMENSION IMPLEMENTATION MEETING Warsaw, 16 to 27 September 2019 Working session 13: Tolerance and non-discrimination II including:–Combating racism, xenophobia, and discrimination–Combating anti-Semitism and intolerance and discrimination against Christians,...
Side-event OSCE HDIM 2018 : How Universal is “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Side-event OSCE HDIM 2018 : How Universal is “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Globalization underline that the UDHR is often applied relative to regional culture, rather than securing universal principles. Especially when it comes to Freedom of Thought, Religion or Belief we find how cultural bias influence policy and law-making. What one considers a religious practice – such as devotional work in monastery – others consider criminality – in this case human trafficking.

Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting (SHDM) I: Freedom of Religion or Belief: Issues, Opportunities, and the Specific Challenges of Combatting Anti-Semitism and Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians, Muslims, and Members of Other Religions

Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting (SHDM) I: Freedom of Religion or Belief: Issues, Opportunities, and the Specific Challenges of Combatting Anti-Semitism and Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians, Muslims, and Members of Other Religions

FECRIS claims in its by-laws that its activities do not enter « the religious field » and declares to be neutral in this matter. Why is it then that the Vice-President of FECRIS, an organization registered in secular France and massively financed by the French State, is Alexander Dvorkin, a Russian citizen blessed, financed and missioned by the Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch to combat religious minorities perceived as competitors?

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