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  • The Hague, Netherlands
  • August 1, 1795
  • e world's largest regional security organizationPrevent conflicts, foster economic development, ensure sustainable use of natural resources and respect of human rights and fundamental freedomsReally long categories- they deal w/ everything
  • Don’t believe look at all the areas they cover: NOT included 1stArms Control: illegal weapons and aids w/ their destruction. Transfer of conventional arms. Border Management: security, facilitating legitimate travel and commerce3. Affects virtaully all OSCE memebers – as origin or destination4. Aims for economic growth – enterprises and combats corruption5. Education: human rights, environmental, tolerance, and gender education and also helps w/ conflict prevention6. Elections: observes electionsMedia: monitors restrictions on media…
  • 55 participating states and no I don’t know which one is missing…
  • The OSCE is funded by contributions from its 56 members. Its annual budget is around 150 million euros.More than a billion people
  • The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, DunjaMijatović, asked Belarusian authorities to drop charges against Anton Suryapin, who faces up to seven years in prison for uploading photos of teddy bears that had been released by plane into Belarus. (Studio Total)
  • August 1, 1795
  • NGOs

    1. 1. + NGOs Krista Lewites
    2. 2. + NGOs Non- Governmental Organizations
    3. 3. + What are NGOs?  Non-state = no gov. = Non-profit  Private org.  Voluntaries and Donations  Deal with:  Poverty  Suffering  Environment  Social services http://www.ngohandbook.org/index.php?title=What_are_Non-Governmental_Organizations_(NGOs)%3F
    4. 4. + ICC International Criminal Court
    5. 5. + As of: July 1st 2002 Genocide: destruction of national, ethnical, racial or religious groups Crimes committed against humanity: “widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population.” War Crimes: treatment towards civilian population and of combatants in international and internal armed conflicts.http://www.amicc.org/docs/HRW%20NGOs%20and%20ICC.pdf
    6. 6. + Crimes against War Crimes humanity  Biological experiments  Compelling soldier or Murder prostitution civilian to serve in hostile Extermination  forced power pregnancy Enslavement  No fair or regualr trail  enforced Deportation disappearance  Taking hostages of persons Imprisonment  Enlisting children (under  others age 15) Torture  Intentionally civilian Rape attacks sexual slavery  Attacks against peacekeeping missions enforced
    7. 7. + WHO? WHEN? WHY?  International law: Rare or sporadic  ICC: part of a plan or policy or as part of a large-scale commission of such crimes  WHEN? National system do not carry out proceedings because they are unwilling to or unable to  WHO? Countries that belong to states that are party of Rome Statue  WHY? ICC complements not replace national criminal systemshttp://www.amicc.org/docs/HRW%20NGOs%20and%20ICC.pdf
    8. 8. + PARTICIPATING STATES  121 countries are States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Out of them 33 are African, 18 Asia- Pacific, 18 Eastern Europe, 27 L.A and Caribbean States and 25 Western Europe and other states http://www.icc- cpi.int/Menus/ASP/states+par
    9. 9. + HOW IS THE COURT ORGANIZED?  Office of the Prosecutor : gather evidence about the crime and present it in Court  Chambers: or the court formed of several judges. Guilty or not.  Office of the Registrar: helps run administration and keep recordshttp://www.amicc.org/docs/HRW%20NGOs%20and%20ICC.pdf
    10. 10. ICC building in The Hague,+Netherlands www.haguejusticeportal.net
    11. 11. + ICC hosts welcome ceremony honouring Guatemala as a new State Party http://www.icc- CC President Sang-Hyun Song, presents Ambassador of Guatemala, cpi.int/Menus/ASP/Press+Releases/Press+Releases+2012/PR826.htm Mr Silva, with a special edition of the Rome Statute
    12. 12. + EXPLAINS WHAT IT IS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= zfo7lMnR4O8 ICC logo Whether the world needs an ICC but whether states are willing to led it succeed? http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=vbhmASsYdv8
    13. 13. + ICC TODAY  ICC is one of the few organizations that can hold presidents, ministers and similar officers individually responsible for crimes  2/3rds of votes needed to take action  If the ICC does not have jurisdiction over a certain country (like Syria), the UN can still give it permission to become involved. Nevertheless the UN is failing to do so.  When the person who committed the crime cannot pay, the ICC will provide the money from it‟s trust fund
    14. 14. + WHO? Party of Rome Statue ICC WHEN? National justice systems can‟tInternational • Genocide crimes Criminal • Crimes committed Court against Human Rights • War crimes
    15. 15. + OSCE Organization for security and Co- operation in Europe
    16. 16. + WHAT THEY DO? Security  The politico-military  The economic and environmental  The human http://www.osce.org/who
    17. 17.  Conflict prevention and solution+ Arms Control Border Management Combating human trafficking Combating Terrorism Economic activities Elections and good governance Environmental Activities Human Rights, gender equality, minority rights Media development Tolerance and non-discrimination Policing and military http://www.osce.org/who
    18. 18. + Flags of 55 participating states http://www.osce.org/cio/3957
    19. 19.  Albania  Tajikistan  Russian  Kyrgyzstan+ Austria  Turkmenistan Federation  Lithuania  Slovakia  Belgium  United States  Moldova  Sweden  Canada  Andorra  Netherlands  the former  Czech  Azerbaijan Yugoslav  Portugal Republic Republic of Macedonia  Bosnia and  San Marino  Finland Herzegovina  Ukraine  Slovenia  Germany  Croatia  Uzbekistan  Switzerland  Hungary  Denmark  Armenia  Turkey  Italy  France  Belarus  United  Latvia  Greece  Bulgaria Kingdom  Luxembourg  Iceland  Cyprus  Monaco  Kazakhstan  Estonia  Norway  Liechtenstein  Georgia  Romania  Malta  Holy See  Serbia  Montenegro  Ireland  Spain  Poland
    20. 20. + PARTICIPATING STATES  Europe, Central Asia and North America  56 members  Co-operate with: The OSCE maintains special relations with 12 countries in the Mediterranean Region, Asia and Australia  Decision made through consensus  150 million Euros http://www.osce.org/who/83
    21. 21. + OSCE media freedom representative calls for „teddy bear‟ charges against Belarusian journalist to be droppedhttp://www.osce.org/fom/92609
    22. 22. + ONE MINUTE VIDEO!!!!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D5azB8BTbM
    23. 23. + OSCE Organization for security and Co-operation in Europe

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