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ONLINE TRAINING COURSE "IMPLEMENTATION OF A SERVICE MODEL FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN MIGRATION PROCESSES IN KAZAKHSTAN"

From 13 to 17 July 2020,employees of NGO "Sana Sezim" took part in an online training course: "Implementation of a service model for the protection of children's rights in migration processes in Kazakhstan."

WEBINAR ON SAFE MIGRATION IN CENTRAL ASIA

On July 17, 2020employees of NGO "Sana Sezim" took part in a webinar organized with the support of USAID Asia CTIP on Safe Migration in Central Asia.

Speakers were Altyngul Turaliyeva, Country Coordinator - Kazakhstan, USAID Safe Migration in Central Asia Project, Ikram Hashimzhanov, Chairman of Association of Uzbeks in Kazakhstan, Gulnara Derbisheva, Founder of Union of Migrants in Kyrgyzstan.

Issues of ethnic groups in Kazakhstan and how these communities support migrants from neighboring countries such as Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, problems faced by labor migrants in Central Asia, such as unemployment, inability to return to their home countries and lack of social or legal protection were discussed.

SECOND SESSION TO DISCUSS THE DRAFT OF THE THIRD PERIODIC REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS

On July 15, 2020at 3 pm, the second meeting was held to discuss the draft of the third periodic report on the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The meeting was held at the platform of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan online, the draft of the third periodic report under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights was discussed.

ORGANIZED ANOTHER TRIP TO THE ZHYBEK ZHOLY CHECKPOINT IN SARYAGASH DISTRICT OF TURKESTAN REGION

On July 13, 2020,the staff of NGO “Sana Sezim”, with the support of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the European Union, organized another trip to the Zhybek Zholy checkpoint in Saryagash district of Turkestan region, on the border of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the Republic of Uzbekistan. The purpose of the trip was to provide humanitarian aid to migrants awaiting the opening of borders that were closed during the state of emergency in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

MORE THAN 600 CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN DEPARTED FROM KAZAKHSTAN

On June 19, 2020,more than 600 citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan departed from Kazakhstan from the Zhybek Zholy checkpoint in transit through Uzbekistan. This was made possible thanks to the IOM of the UN Agency, joining forces with regional representatives and NGO partners (NGO “Sana Sezim”). On several occasions, the staff of NGO “Sana Sezim” had to go to the border to support Tajik citizens, to establish a dialogue between tired and losing hope of returning migrants and IOM staff, as well as to provide humanitarian assistance to them. Our organization’s employees had to hear everything: complaints, reproaches, requests, threats, gratitude, distrust, accusations.

HOT LINE CALLS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCREASED

The issue of domestic violence arose sharply, not only around the world, but also in Kazakhstan during the COVID-19 pandemic, this could be seen in a large number of cases, which are reported almost every day in social networks and the media. The number of calls to the hotline to our organization for free consultation in a crisis has increased. In this situation, it is very important to carry out preventive activities to prevent domestic violence, to inform the population about security measures, about responsibility and about organizations that are ready to help those who need it. Direct assistance is also important for victims of domestic violence, and thanks to the international community, today many receive the necessary assistance.

JUNE 12 WORLD ANTI-CHILD LABOR DAY!

For more than 19 years, NGO "Sana Sezim" has been supporting various vulnerable groups in Shymkent city and Turkestan region, these are victims of domestic violence, victims of trafficking, migrants, etc., but the priority is always WOMEN and CHILDREN! It is very scary when a child is in trouble, when the child's rights are grossly violated, especially by those who, in essence, must protect and protect the child from everything frightening.

ROUND TABLE “FAMILY WITHOUT VIOLENCE”

June 10, 2020 in akimat of Al-Farabi district of Shymkent, a round table was held on “Family without violence” with the participation of representatives of law enforcement agencies, representatives of akimat and non-governmental organizations. During the round table, the issue of launching the campaign “Family without violence” was discussed; the following reports were also made on the topic of “Early pregnancy among young people” (NGO “Ana Uyi”), “Prevention of youth crime” (Police Department of Shymkent), “Trafficking in human beings” (NGO “Sana Sezim”).

1 JUNE INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S DAY!

Every year since 1950, June 1 marks the International Day for Protection of Children, the goal of which is to draw the attention of adults to respect children's rights to freedom of opinion, education, protection against violence and the right to life. At the level of international law, the main document is the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was adopted by the UN on November 20, 1989 and ratified by the USSR in 1990. One of the activities of NGO “Sana Sezim” since 2001 is the protection of children's rights. The organization’s employees provide legal, psychological and social assistance to undocumented children, children in difficult situations, children who are victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.

DEPARTURE OF EMPLOYEES OF NGO "SANA SEZIM" TO THE BORDER TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN AID TO THE CITIZENS OF TAJKISTAN

Employees of NGO “Sana Sezim” received information from the IOM of the UN Agency on Tajik citizens at the Zhibek Zholy checkpoint (Chernyaevka) between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, waiting for the possibility of crossing the border and returning to Tajikistan. While the issue of transit of migrants through the territory of Uzbekistan to Tajikistan is being decided, Tajik citizens remain on the territory of Kazakhstan and are left on their own.