The OSCE is a regional security organization with participating states in Europe, Central Asia and North America. It deals with issues such as human trafficking, arms control, conflict prevention and resolution, human rights and nondiscrimination. It fights deliberate and violent hate speech in the media through awareness-raising projects, education and regular meetings with media outlets, editors and journalists. Contact the OSCE’s representative on freedom of the media, Dunja Mijatovic.
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