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Working meeting on realization in Kazakhstan of UN SC Resolution concerning Women and Peace and Security.
Within the peacemaking content of the Republic of Kazakhstan and realization of UN SC Resolution 1325 to increase the role of women in prevention and regulation of conflicts, UN Women in Central Asia has conducted a high-level meeting and round table in Astana on 26 – 27 November 2015. Heads of government ministries and departments have taken part with the purpose of further incorporation of recommendations into the new Strategy of Gender development for YY2017 – 2027.
On 5 November 2015, a Regional seminar “Elimination of statelessness in Central Asia countries” was conducted in Almaty for NGOs. Leading NGOs from all Central Asia regions have met in order to establish a regional network of NGOs to jointly solve the issues of prevention and reduction of absent nationality. NGO LCWI Sana Sezim was represented by Shakhlo Yussupzhanova and Liliya Khaliulina.
On 10 September 2015,a Training “Detection and identification of human traffic victims” for law-enforcement officials was held in the office of NGO LCWI Sana Sezim. Training was attended by the Ambassador of Germany in the Republic of Kazakhstan Dr. Guido Herz.
On 20 July 2015, representatives of NGO LCWI Sana Sezim have conducted training “Detection and identification of human traffic victims” for law-enforcement officials. This training was organized and conducted within the project “Protection of rights and legal interests of female labor migrants as potential human rights victims” under the financial support of German Foreign Ministry.
On 13 February 2015, a one-day training was conducted in Shymkent on Safety of Human Rights Activists, whose occupation is directed on human rights protection. This training was organized and conducted by NGO LCWI Sana Sezim within the project “Provide access to justice to human rights victims” under the financial support of the National Democracy Foundation. Representatives of 20 NGOs of the South Kazakhstan Oblast took part in the training.
Training for Trainers “Mechanism of protection of human rights by providing access to justice” was held in Shymkent on 9 – 11 February 2015 for 20 undergraduate lawyer students. This ToT was conducted by representatives of NGO “Legal Center of Women’s Initiatives Sana Sezim” within the framework of realization of the project “Human rights protection by providing access to justice” under the financial support of US Embassy.