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Tackling discrimination and intolerance against women and girls is vital to ensure our common security, OSCE leaders say



VIENNA, 24 June 2024 – Despite progress made in some areas, levels of intolerance and discrimination remain high and pervasive in many parts of the OSCE region with a particularly negative impact on women and girls, corroding democracy and jeopardising our common security, and undermining gender equality, OSCE leaders said as a two-day meetingon tolerance and non-discrimination and gender equality started today.


The event brings together representatives of OSCE states, international organizations, and civil society to discuss the need to build equal and inclusive societies based on gender equality and combat discrimination across the region, providing a platform to discuss the progress made in implementing OSCE commitments and exploring the negative impact of intolerance and discrimination, particularly on women and girls.


Read more on the original article : https://www.osce.org/chairpersonship/571087

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