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7. Helsinki Document: The Challenges of Change (Summit of the Heads of State or Government) (1992)
(Adopted the Heads of State or Government of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Co-operation, 10 July 1992)  

HELSINKI SUMMIT DECLARATION

Promises and problems of change

1. We, the Heads of State or Government of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, have returned to the birthplace of the Helsinki process, to give new impetus to our common endeavour.

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12.  [...] Freedom and tolerance must be taught and practised.

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HELSINKI DECISIONS

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VI

THE HUMAN DIMENSION

Tolerance and non-discrimination

The participating States

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(34) Will consider developing programmes to create the conditions for promoting non-discrimination and cross-cultural understanding which will focus on human rights education, grass-roots action, cross-cultural training and research;

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Education

The participating States

(60) Would welcome, in view of the importance of education as to the dissemination of the ideas of democracy, human rights and democratic institutions, especially in a period of change, the organization to this end of a seminar entitled "Education: Structures, Policies and Strategies" by the Council of Europe, open to all participating States.

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