Astana will host an International Conference "Towards a society without torture: progress to date and next steps"
Astana - On April 27, 2018 an International Conference "Towards a society without torture: progress to date and next steps" will be held in Astana. The venue is "Hilton Astana" Hotel, "Astana Hall" conference hall. The event will start at 9 am and will last until 1 pm.
For accrediation and additional information, please contact:
Rauan Kanatbayev, EUCJ project coordinator, at phone + 7 7172 76 90 10; + 7 7172 76 90 11; + 7 7172 76 90 12 or by e-mail: email@example.com
The Committee for Legal Statistics and special accounts of the General Prosecutor’s office of the Republic of Kazakhstan introduces the blockchain technology with the EUCJ’s support
The Committee for Legal Statistics and special accounts of the RK General Prosecutor’s office conducted a three-day seminar on the blockchain technology for its specialists (mathematicians, coders and IT managers) in partnership with the EUCJ project.
In the Karaganda region, the pilot project "Rehabilitation prison" was presented with the support of the European Union
A pilot project of the "Rehabilitation Prison" has been launched in the Karaganda region. The essence of this project is to prepare a convict to live at liberty, that is, to establish his social ties (with the family), to resolve his employment issue, the restoration of social skills, to provide psychological and medical assistance, etc. Based on the results of the project implementation, it is expected not only to reduce recidivism, but also to minimize the negative consequences arising from the execution of a sentence of imprisonment. This project will be sent to each region of the republic for further implementation.
Privacy issues were discussed in Astana
Astana – On February 23, 2018, the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan held a roundtable on "Privacy: problems of theory and practice". The event was organized by the Law Enforcement Academy under the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the EU project: Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan (EUCJ).
Kalmukhanbet Kasymov, the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, met with the EUCJ representatives
On January 31, 2018 a regular meeting of the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kalmukhanbet Kasymov, was held with the EUCJ representatives in Astana.
The New Year congratulations of Saule Mektepbayeva, EUCJ Project Operational Leader
EUCJ Project Operational Leader Saule Mektepbayeva congratulates our partners, donors and friends with the winter holidays and briefly reviews the landmarks in the criminal justice field in 2017.
In Astana experts reviewed the problems of ensuring the rights of suspects and accused at the pre-trial stage
Astana – On December 14, 2017, the Academy of Law Enforcement in partnership with the European Union project “Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan” (EUCJ) held a regular session of the Criminological Forum on "Suspect and Accused: Are Their Rights Really Protected?"
The meeting was held at the Eurasian National University named after LN Gumilev. The session was devoted to the problems of ensuring the rights of citizens involved in the criminal prosecution. Deputies of the Parliament, heads of law enforcement bodies, representatives of the scientific and legal community, non-governmental organizations, international and national experts took part in the discussion of topical issues on the agenda.