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Join us live at the award ceremony of the OSCE #UnitedCVE Peer-2-Peer final on the margins of the #OSCEMC16! Three teams from Canada, Slovenia and Sweden are competing for the title of the best campaign to counter violent extremism. They came to Hamburg to present their projects to our jury. We will announce the winner by the end of our livestream!
Pictures from the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg, 8-9 December 2016.
Watch the #MannequinChallenge with the OSCE #UnitedCVE Peer 2 Peer finalists from Canada, Sweden and Slovenia! Today we will find out which team won the actual challenge: developing and pitching the best campaign to counter violent extremism.

Follow the award ceremony live from the #OSCEMC16 via Facebook & Periscope at 4:30 PM CET.
The 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council starts tomorrow! Follow our updates on 8-9 December at , and in the meantime check it out to see what we've been up to during these past two days of preparations.

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On 14 December, International #MigrantsDay, the IOM - UN Migration Agency and OSCE will hold a discussion to examine challenges and solutions toward the adoption of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.

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The Peer-2-Peer (P2P) initiative challenges teams of students from around the world to develop a digital or social initiative, product, or tool to educate and empower their peers to challenge violent extremism. Join us live during the opening of a side event at the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg, where three finalist universities from the OSCE region will compete for the best...
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The Peer-2-Peer (P2P) initiative challenges teams of students from around the world to develop a digital or social initiative, product, or tool to educate and empower their peers to challenge violent extremism. Join us live during the opening of a side event at the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg, where three finalist universities from the OSCE region will compete for the best...
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More women in positions of power can help us put an end to gender-based violence. But we’re a long way from 50/50 representation in our parliaments.

Take a stand against gender-based violence in the 16 Days of Activism on Ending Violence Against Women campaign. #BringingSecurityHome
December 8th kicks off with the start of the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg!

Media representatives can find the official Media Handbook here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Here’s how to follow the discussion and receive the latest updates:
For many female journalists, being singled out and attacked on the Internet is a frequent occurrence. For some, online threats of rape and sexual violence have become part of everyday life. The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media demands swift action to address the growing problem of abuse against female journalists online: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Stand up against gender-based violence when...
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Strong laws that punish perpetrators of domestic violence send an important signal that gender-based violence is a grave violation of human rights.The OSCE’s 57 participating States have passed a lot of legislation in this area, but more needs to be done.

Add your voice: like and share the message during the #16Days campaign to end violence against women: #endVAW #BringingSecurityHome
The 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg is just 5 days away!

During the Ministerial Council, there are many ways to follow discussions and receive the latest updates:

1. Follow the OSCE Facebook page to see the latest posts
2. Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #OSCEMC16
3. Tune in to the live stream of the event: osce.org/live
4. See the latest photos of the day:...
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Gender equality can help communities banish the scourge of domestic violence. Learn how the Impuls Tutin NGO, with the support of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, is working to achieve equality between men and women in all spheres of private and public life, and to prevent and counter all forms of violence and discrimination.

Support survivors of gender-based violence with the 16 Days of Activism...
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Throughout the year, the OSCE Secretariat in Vienna welcomes visiting groups from universities and professional institutions to hear from OSCE officials, ask questions and learn more about our mission, our structure and our work.

This week we hosted a group of students from the Pre-Masters Foundations of Diplomacy Course run by University of Oxford, where they were able to discuss diplomatic...
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Human trafficking is an epidemic that affects women and girls across Europe and all over the world. On today’s International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, we recognize how trafficking in human beings is both a security threat and a human rights issue.

Join the 16 Days of Activism on Ending Violence Against Women campaign to stand up against trafficking of, and violence against women and...
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The 23rd OSCE Ministerial Councill begins in Hamburg on 7 December!

Announcements and discussions can also be followed on OSCE & German Chairmanship Twitter accounts, or using the hashtag #OSCEMC16.
To end violence against women and promote gender equality, we need men to stand up and take action too.

Congratulations to the four male senior officials who received commemorative white ribbons today from Secretary General Lamberto Zannier for their work in promoting gender equality across the OSCE region. Wearing a white ribbon is a pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about...
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One of the key steps to breaking the cycle of gender-based violence is through engaging children and young people. The OSCE Mission in Kosovo works with boys and girls in high schools to educate them on gender equality and gender-based violence. #16Days #endVAW
The OSCE Mission to Moldova is busy behind the scenes preparing for the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg.

Follow the event page to stay up to date with the latest discussions and using the hashtag #OSCEMC16.
What is the Ministerial Council?

Established by the Charter of Paris in 1990, the Council is composed of foreign ministers from OSCE States, and is the central decision-making and governing body of the OSCE.

The 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg (#OSCEMC16) begins on 8th December! Join the event page today to find out how you can follow the latest announcements & discussions.