Organisation for Security and

Co-operation in Europe

The OSCE – the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe – is the world’s largest regional security organization, with 57 participating States in North America, Europe and Asia. The OSCE is a forum for political dialogue on a wide range of security issues and a platform for joint action to improve the lives of individuals and communities. The organization uses a comprehensive approach to security that encompasses the politico-military, economic and environmental, and human dimensions. Through this approach, and with its inclusive membership, the OSCE helps build trust between states by cooperating on conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation. The OSCE addresses securitan issues including arms control, terrorism, good governance, energy security, human trafficking, democratization, media freedom and national minorities.



Tackling human trafficking and inter-border security concerns specifically pertaining to Eastern European member nations and the growth of proper law enforcement infrastructure at grassroots level.

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