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Introducing Recommendations on Policing in Multi-Ethnic Societies — a new tool for the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities

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The purpose of this article is to introduce to and provide some explanation about the Recommendations on Policing in Multi-Ethnic Societies, their initiation, origins and background, their political and legal bases, the drafting process and an outline of their most important content. It has been emphasised that the Recommendations have been aimed at creating yet another tool for the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities for the effective implementation of his conflict-prevention mandate. Elaborated at the request of and endorsed by the HCNM the Recommendations are addressing the topical issue of the role of policing for de-escalating tensions arising in the context of inter-ethnic relations. Considering their possible applications the Recommendations are designed for the enhanced formation by governments of specific policies for good and professional policing in regard to ethnic communities in the whole OSCE-area, thus both East and West of Vienna.


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