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Training on Safety for Human Rights Activists.

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”.

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.

Round table: Results and Recomendations of "Equal before the Law" Programm

December 13, 2013 in Astana hosted a roundtable discussion on the results and recommendations of the "Equality before the law" programm. NGO "Sana Sezim" was the main contractor of the project in Kazakhstan. At the round table was attended by representatives of government agencies, international organizations and partners who contributed to the realization of the project in South Kazakhstan. Participants were video presentation and draft recommendations.

Training for youth about human trafficking in Shymkent

Human trafficking – big problem all over the world, including in Kazakhstan. Its main victims of human trafficking stay are children and women. There are various forms of human trafficking, but the most common - trafficking in women in the sex industry.

South Kazakhstan's NGO intends to address the President of Russia

Shymkent. November 22. KAZINFORM-Leaders of the NGO "Sana Sezim" act in support of the South Kazakhstan citizens, who were held in slavery in a Moscow store.Kazakh citizens were released from captivity by Russian activists.

“Transnational Feminisms and Women’s Activism”, Seoul, Korea

Ewha Womans University is calling for applicants for the Ewha Global Empowerment Program (EGEP) 2012 winter. EGEP is a two-week program that will take place twice a year (January and July). It aims to empower women working in non-governmental public sectors and to nourish the next generation of women leaders in Asia and Africa.

Consultative meeting on "Improving mechanisms for cooperation between government and civil society institutions in the protection and support of victims of human trafficking and smuggled migrants"

On November, 15, 2012 in Astana, consultative meeting was held in the framework of the project "Strengthening the capacity of Republics of Central Asia in protecting the victims of human trafficking and smuggled migrants, especially women and children, and rendering the assistance to them in cooperation with NGOs and civil society ".

The final press conference on the project "Legal education in the field of combating human trafficking"

Shymkent, November 21, 2012 "The Legal Center for Women's Initiatives "Sana Sezim"  invites representatives of the mediaat the final press conference on the project" Legal education in the field of combating human trafficking” is implemented  by the support of the European Union.

Regional Ombudsmanof Conference in Central Asia and the Russian Federation

The two-day conference on "Effective waysof legal assistance for labor migrants: Role of Ombudsmen of Central Asia and Russian Federation" was held in Dushanbe on 30-31 October 2012 in the framework of the Regional Migration Programme in Central Asia and Russia implemented by UN Women, IOM and the World Bank  with a financial support of UK Government and the Project "Stre

International Day of the Girl Child 11 October

The International Day of the Girl Child is adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. It should draw attention to the future women’s problem