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Helsinki Watch
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Human Rights Watch (August 1, 1989)
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Helsinki Watch was a private American non-governmental organization established by Robert L. Bernstein in 1978, designed to monitor the former Soviet Union’s compliance with the 1975 Helsinki Accords. Since its inception, it has produced several other watch committees dedicated to monitoring human rights in other parts of the world

In August, we published "Toward Civil Society: Independent Initiatives in Czechoslovakia.

In August, we published "Toward Civil Society: Independent Initiatives in Czechoslovakia. Two articles by Fleischman - "Czechs Chilled by Beijing Spring, The Chicago Tribune, July 1, and "A Journey to Absurdistan," The Nation, September 18 - were also based on this mission. In June, Helsinki Watch and the IHF published "Human Rights in Czechoslovakia," a report written in Prague by the Czechoslovak Helsinki Committee.

Toward Civil Society: Independent Initiatives in Czechoslovakia (New York: . Helsinki Watch Committee, 1989). Also see Timothy Garton Ash, The Magic Lantern: The Revolution of 1989 (New York: Vintage Books, 1990). 18. Donald R. Shanor, Behind the Scenes: The Private War Against Soviet Censorship (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1985), 160–61. 25. Ernst Kux, Revolution in Eastern Europe-Revolution in the West? Problems of Communism 40 (May-June, 1991): 1–13.

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The Helsinki Commission contributes to the formulation of . policy on the OSCE and takes part in its execution, including through Member and staff participation on . Delegations to OSCE meetings and in certain OSCE bodies

The Helsinki Commission contributes to the formulation of . Delegations to OSCE meetings and in certain OSCE bodies. The Commission convenes public hearings and briefings with expert witnesses on OSCE-related issues; issues public reports concerning implementation of OSCE commitments in participating States; and organizes official delegations to participating States and OSCE meetings to address and assess democratic, economic, security, and human rights developments firsthand.

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