This guidebook is a result of joint work between Ukraine's Interior Ministry officers and media unions’ experts as part of a project implemented by the OSCE Project Co-ordinator. It includes recommendations on their co-operation during mass events, the rules of safe conduct and a detailed overview of the rights and responsibilities of both the police and journalists. It is not available in English.
This regional seminar co-organised by the OSCE Secretariat Transnational Threats Department and Gender Section and UNFPA office in Minsk, aims to better understand, respond to and educate about the trend of domestic violence within the region with a specific focus on enhancing the response of non-traditional sector providers - actors involved in community policing.
This manual is designed as a general guideline for all the stakeholders involved in the fight against domestic violence, with a special focus on the staff of the Albanian State Police, taking into consideration that they are first responders to domestic violence.
This brochure intends to make a distinction between freedom of expression and hate speech, both from a terminology and a legal point of view, as well as to differentiate them from other related concepts, such as defamation and insult.