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We are pleased to welcome you to our homepage! The site of the Legal Center for Women's Initiatives Sana Sezim has been working since May 2001. On our website, you may find information about the history of our organizations, priority directions of our activities, past and current projects, staff, partners and etc. You are also able to get a virtual consultation for your questions that pertain to the frameworks of any of our active projects. We hope that our site will be helpful, useful, and interesting for representatives of all spheres of activities within our community!

Respectfully yours,
Chairman of the Board of Legal Center for Women's Initiatives "Sana Sezim",
Khadicha Abysheva.
 

Dear colleagues! Dear friends!
 
Welcome to the official website of the Legal Center for Women's Initiatives “Sana Sezim”!
The main purpose of our website is to provide the most detailed information about all existing and perspective activities of our organization. We hope that the information posted on the website will be relevant and useful for you.
We will be sincerely glad to see you on our official website.
Respectfully yours,
Director of the Legal Center for Women's Initiatives "Sana Sezim",
Shahnoza Khasanova.
 
 
 

NGO "SANA SEZIM" CONTINUES ITS WORK TO ASSIST WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

NGO "Sana Sezim" with the support of the OSCE Program Office in Nur-Sultan continues its work to assist women and their children who have experienced domestic violence.

MEETING ON INTER-DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSE TO GENDER VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES

On August 17-18, 2020,in Turkestan, government agencies, civil sector, development partners and international organizations of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan held an online meeting to discuss and study the experience of mechanisms of the national interagency system for responding to gender-based violence. The exchange of experience between the countries of Central Asia was organized within the framework of the project “Strengthening national capacities to improve the prevention and response of gender-based violence in Central Asia”, implemented by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) with financial support from the UK government.

WEBINAR DEDICATED TO DISCUSSION OF THE VICTIM CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (VCMS)

August 20, 2020employees of NGO "Sana Sezim" took part in the discussion of the Victim Case Management System (VCMS) on Zoom platform. This meeting was organized by the staff of the SMICA project, in which the VCMS team from the NGO “Liberty shared”, representatives of non-governmental organizations from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan took part. The team demonstrated the VCMS so that the participants had an idea of what the system is and how it works. Further, current VCMS users such as “The Freedom Story” (Thailand), “HAART” (Kenya), “HELP for Domestic Workers” (Hong Kong), Willow International (Uganda) shared their experience of using the system in their work. The meeting ended with a Q&A session.

THREE-DAY TRAINING ON VISUALIZATION

From 17 to 19 August 2020 a three-day training on visualization was organized, where new options for searching and checking information using Internet resources, new methods and algorithms for finding victims of traffickig in modern society, using resources and messengers and the Internet were considered. The issues of presenting information in modern society, for maximum coverage of society were also discussed. Artem Tarassov was the speaker.

WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF A JOINT PROJECT WITH THE UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND (UNICEF) FUNDED BY THE EU, ANOTHER HUMANITARIAN AID WAS ORGANIZED

August 14 2020within the framework of a joint project with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) "Protection of Children in Migration Processes", funded by the EU, another humanitarian aid in the form of hygiene products and personal protective equipment was organized to migrants from Tajikistan stranded on the border between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Migrants at the Zhybek Zholy checkpoint previously carried out labor activities in different cities of the Republic of Kazakhstan and found themselves in a vulnerable position in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, as they did not manage to leave the Republic of Kazakhstan before the borders were closed.

THE 3RD FORUM OF SOCIAL WORKERS ORGANIZED BY THE MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL PROTECTION OF THE POPULATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

On August 12, 2020the organization NGO "Sana Sezim" took part in the 3rd Forum of Social Workers organized by the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan (MLSPP), which was held on ZOOM platform. The forum was attended by 500 participants, representatives of government agencies and university teachers, as well as foreign colleagues, speakers from Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria, Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and the United States.

WEBINAR ON THE TOPIC “SKILLS OF USING PLATFORMS AND SERVICES FOR CONDUCTING ONLINE EVENTS "

On July 30, 2020 employees of NGO "Sana Sezim" participated in the webinar "Skills of using platforms and services for conducting online events". The event was held as part of a new project Expert Public Space - an independent online platform for experts from civil society in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. The project is being implemented by the International Center for Journalism MediaNet, an expert platform Ekonomist.kz with the support of Open Society Foundations.

FORUM OF SOCIAL WORKERS

On July 29, 2020 Forum of Social Workers was held on ZOOM platform, which was organized by the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan (MLSPP). The Forum was moderated by the Vice-Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr. Aukenov Erlan Muratovich.

The total number of Forum participants was 300 people, these are deputies of Mazhilis and Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, members of the Interdepartmental Council, the Commissioner for Human Rights, heads of Medical and Social Institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan (MSI), heads of the Social Protection Departments of all regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan, representatives of civil society, etc.

ONLINE MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP OF THE MINISTRY OF LABOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

July 24, 2020an online meeting of the working group of the Ministry of Labor of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held, the agenda was to make recommendations under the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Universal Periodic Review on Human Rights, UN Special Rapporteurs and 50 Roadmaps developed by NGOs to amend legislation on the labor market in the period of the COVID-19 pandemic in Kazakhstan; where the main issues were reducing unemployment, stabilizing the economy during a pandemic, improving working conditions for people with disabilities and retirees, for large families, improving social services and social protection of the population.