What is the OSCE Conflict Prevention Center?
The Conflict Prevention Center (CPC) is the OSCE office that works most directly on reducing the risk of armed conflict in the region. Since its founding in 1990, the CPC has developed a toolbox of skills and activities to lessen the chances of confrontation between and within OSCE States. These activities include giving early warning of emerging crises, helping OSCE States carry out their commitments to build trust through military transparency, facilitating the safe disposal of surplus stockpiles of small arms and light weapons, and much more.
To learn more about the OSCE Conflict Prevention Center, visit the OSCE website.