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Because the Helsinki Final Act defines security in a uniquely comprehensive manner, the work of the Helsinki Commission covers issues in all three “dimensions” of the OSCE: the politico-military (“first”); the economic and environmental (“second”); and the human (“third”). These issues range from hard security issues such as dealing with weapons proliferation and combating terrorism, to combating corruption through economic transparency, to promoting full respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms across the 57-nation OSCE region.

Anti-Semitism International Law
Citizenship and Political Rights International Organizations
Confidence and Security Building Measures International Parental Child Abduction
Conflict Prevention/Rehabilitation Internet Freedom
Corruption Migration, Refugees, and Displaced Persons
Economic Cooperation and Trade Military Aspects of Security
Elections Minority Rights
Energy and Environment OSCE Asian Partners
Freedom of Association and Assembly OSCE Institutions, Structures, and Meetings
Freedom of Movement OSCE Mediterranean Partners
Freedom of Speech and Expression Property Claims
Freedom of the Media Racism
Freedom of Thought, Conscience, Religion, or Belief Roma
Gender Equality Territorial Integrity
Genocide and Crimes against Humanity Terrorism
Good Governance and the Rule of Law Tolerance and Non-Discrimination
Helsinki Commission Torture
Human Trafficking