This website presents information from OSCE participating States, civil society and inter-governmental organizations about hate crime. Information is categorised by the bias motivations the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights has been mandated to report on by participating States.
Legislationline.org - an online legislative database of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights - provides direct access to international norms and standards relating to specific human dimension issues (see list of topics on left-hand column) as well as to domestic legislation and other documents of relevance to these issues. These data and other information available from the site are intended for lawmakers across the OSCE region.
The POLIS Digital Library is a collection of documents created and supported by a community of policing experts and made available to practitioners. Compilation of the acquired knowledge and further analysis lead to the implementation of lessons learned and good practices.
The course consists of four modules that cover all aspects of the work of short-term observers, including the OSCE commitments and other international standards related to elections, the principles and purpose of election observation, the structure of election observation missions, the day-to-day activities of the short-term observer and the Code of Conduct for observers.
TANDIS provides information on issues related to tolerance and non-discrimination throughout the OSCE region and gives access to the following: information received from the OSCE participating States, specialized institutions and other organizations; country pages providing information on country initiatives, legislation, national specialized bodies, statistics, and other information; thematic pages with information related to different key issues; international standards and instruments; information from intergovernmental organizations including country reports and annual reports.