Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe


UNITED STATES HELSINKI COMMISSION

An independant agency of the United States Government charged with monitoring and encouraging compliance with the Helsinki Final Act and other commitments of the 55 countries participating in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

Briefings


BRIEFING: DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN PARTNER STATES OF THE OSCE: ALGERIA, EGYPT, ISRAEL, JORDAN, MOROCCO AND TUNISIA

October 3, 2003 - 2255 Rayburn House Office Building

Official Transcript:



Witnesses:

Name Title Affiliation
Mr. Ronald J. McNamara Deputy Chief of Staff Helsinki Commission
Mr. Frank Smyth Washington Representative Committee to Protect Journalists
Ms. Karen Hanrahan Director of Advocacy for Middle East and North Africa Amnesty International
Mr. Joe Stork Washington Director of the Middle East and North Africa Division Human Rights Watch

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Countries

Algeria
Egypt
Israel
Jordan
Morocco
Tunisia

Issues

Citizenship and Political Rights
Combating Corruption
Equality of Opportunity for Men and Women
Freedom of Association
Freedom of Movement
Freedom of Speech and Expression
National Minorities
OSCE Institutions/Structures/Meetings
Prevention of Torture
Racism/Anti-Semitism
Right of Peaceful Assembly
Rule of Law/Independence of Judiciary


   
 

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