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Selected OSCE documents translated into Russian and Kazakh language
This compilation of key OSCE documents has been translated into Russian and Kazakh, among other languages.
The Moscow Mechanism, adopted at the third stage of the Conference on the Human Dimension in 1991, complements and strengthens the Vienna Mechanism. It provides the option of sending missions of experts to assist participating States in the resolution of a particular question or problem relating to the human dimension.
Document of the Copenhagen Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE
The 1990 CSCE/OSCE Copenhagen Document outlines a number of human rights and fundamental freedoms, such as the right to peaceful assembly and demonstration, the right to enjoy one’s property peacefully and the rights of the child. It introduces far-reaching provisions regarding national minorities, and broadens the scope of human rights matters to include election commitments.