Conflict Prevention Centre, Vienna (CPC)
Centre de prévention des conflits, Vienne
21 Nov 1990, under Charter of Paris for a New Europe (Paris Charter), within the framework of F-XF0947 - Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), to assist the OSCE Ministerial Council in reducing the risk of conflict. Also referred to as Centre for the Prevention of Conflict. Restructured Nov-Dec 1993, Rome (Italy), such that, from 1 Jan 1994, the CPC comprises an integral part of OSCE Secretariat in Vienna (Austria).
Role redefined, 29 Nov 1993, Rome (Italy) as: responsible for overall support of OSCE tasks in the fields of early warning, conflict prevention and crisis management, operational support of missions in the field, data bank and communications network. Director to: assist in administration of the peaceful settlement of disputes mechanism and confidence- and security-building measures; support activities of the Forum for Security Cooperation as required.
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