Civic Solidarity Platform

Civic Solidarity Platform

Brings together non-governmental organizations committed to improving the human rights situation in Europe, Eurasia and North America. Its aim is to serve as a conduit through which civic activists can build alliances, strengthen mutual support and solidarity, and improve their influence on national and international human rights policy.

Who We Are

Who We Are

We aim to help civic activists build alliances, strengthen mutual support and solidarity, and improve their influence on national and international human rights policy.

What We Do

What We Do

Together, we take coordinated action on specific human rights topics. Our members collectively dispatch teams to monitor unfolding crises and ensure a strategic response.

Our Members

Our Members

We are a decentralized advocacy network of independent civic groups, engaged in efforts to improve cooperation among human rights organizations in the US, Europe, and former Soviet Union.

News

19.10.2021
The Human Dimension of the OSCE: Reviving Key Principles from the Past, Looking into the Future: The 2021 Warsaw Declaration of the Civic Solidarity Platform 13 October 2021 The...
11.10.2021
On 8 October 2021, the UN Human Rights Council recognized in its resolution 48/13 that having a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment is a human right.  The UN Council has called...
04.10.2021
Psychiatry in Russia again a regular method of repression Today the international foundation Human Rights in Psychiatry – FGIP (FGIP) has published a new report on the resumption of political...

Publications and Events

21.04.2021
CIVIL SOCIETY'S ROLE IN HUMAN RIGHTS-FRIENDLY LAW-MAKING: EXPERIENCES, SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES Side event at the OSCE Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting ‘Democratic Law-Making: Ensuring Participation’ Monday 26 April 2021, 18:00 – 19:00 CET
05.03.2021
THE ROLE OF WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTERS AND DEFENDERS AND HOW TO OVERCOME HARASSMENT AND VIOLENCE THEY ARE SUBJECT TO 9 March 2021, 13:00-14:00 CET
06.08.2020
The Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (RFoM) is developing recommendations for OSCE participating States and other relevant stakeholders, including internet intermediaries, on how to safeguard free speech when artificial intelligence (AI) is deployed.