More:Trip Page | Interactive Travel Map | Photos Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled December 6-7 to Dublin, Ireland, where she participated in the ministerial meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). During the ministerial, she and her counterparts discussed proposals to strengthen the OSCE's capacity to promote comprehensive security in Eurasia; the Secretary also met with civil society representatives from across the OSCE region. Secretary Clinton also met with Irish officials to discuss areas of cooperation in promoting peace, human rights, and economic growth, launched the 50th U.S. Embassy Youth Council, and delivered a major speech on U.S. achievements in support of human rights globally. You can watch the Secretary's speech in the video player above, or read it on www.state.gov. You can learn more about U.S. relations with Ireland by visiting our embassy's website and read more about the U.S. commitment to human rights by visiting www.state.gov and www.humanrights.gov.