The EUCJ project purchased technical equipment for the MIA Committee of the Penitentiary System with the support of the European Union
To improve the material and technical base of probation service, the EUCJ purchased 261 stationary computers and printers for the probation officers
A seminar on Project Management was held in Astana
Astana - On May 24-25, 2018 the EUCJ held a two-day seminar-training on Project Management for the staff of the Justice Academy under the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan
EU facilitates the discussion on narrowing the death penalty scope in Kazakhstan
Astana - On May 23, 2018 the Academy of Law Enforcement bodies held a roundtable on "Narrowing of the scope of the death penalty in the Republic of Kazakhstan."
The pilot project “Improving the Institution of Probation” was presented in Astana
Astana - May 21, 2018 a presentation of the pilot project “Improving the Institution of Probation” was held in Astana. The event was organized by the probation service unit of the Committee of the Penitentiary System of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the support of the European Union project “Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan” (EUCJ).
Why are there few acquittals in Kazakhstan?
The results of an empirical study "Justification and rehabilitation in criminal proceedings: current practice and prospects for development" were presented with the support of the European Union in Astana on May 15, 2018.
Presentation of the final report "Justification and Rehabilitation in the Criminal Process: Current Practice and Development Prospects" at KAZGUU University
On May 16, 2018 at 11.00 an academic presentation and discussion of the final report "Justification and Rehabilitation in the Criminal Process: Current Practice and Development Prospects" will be held at KAZGUU University.
Astana hosts International Conference "Towards a society without torture: progress to date and next steps"
The International Conference "Towards a society without torture: progress to date and next steps" was held in Astana on April 27, 2018. It was devoted to a discussion on the situation of observance of the right to freedom from torture in the country in the run-up to the hearing of the fourth periodic report of Kazakhstan before the UN Committee against torture in Geneva.