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.
The EUCJ Project Operational Leader Saule Mektepbayeva gave a guest lecture at KAZGUU
The EUCJ Project Operational Leader Saule Mektepbayeva gave a guest lecture at KAZGUU about the results of a project "10 measures to reduce the prison population".
This project was launched in 2012 in a partnership with the General Prosecutor Office launched. This joint project on November 22, 2017 received the “Best Project of the Year” award in the category "Management of a complex project" at the international competition for professional project management in the public sector "Project Olympus" held in Moscow.
EUCJ supported the General Prosecutor Office's photo exhibition about convicts held at KAZGUU
The General Prosecutor Office has launched a photo exhibition about convicts, held at KAZGUU Astana, December 8, 2017. On the eve of the International Human Rights Day, the General Prosecutor Office presented the photo exhibition "Earn your freedom" at KAZGUU, dedicated to the lives of convicts who got their release through exemplary behaviour and hard work, and successfully integrated into the society.
Issues of modernization of the criminal process were discussed at the international conference
An international conference on the theme: "Kazakhstan's criminal process: ways of modernization" was held on November 10, 2017 in Burabay, Kazakhstan with the support of the European Union.
Current issues of modernization of the criminal process were discussed in Astana
Lawyers, scientists, representatives of state bodies, public and international organizations met in Astana on November 7, 2017. They discussed the issues of impact of the next changes in the criminal process on all people involved in criminal justice; expected positive changes; risks associated with the novellas of the law draft.
A seminar on “Modern Scientific Research Methods in Law Enforcement” will be held in Astana.
On October 2-6, 2017 there will be a seminar on “Modern Scientific Research Methods in Law Enforcement” in Astana. The leading experts of the Supreme Court, law enforcement agencies, the Academy of Justice and the Law Enforcement Academy will learn modern methods of criminological research, field studies in scientific research, modern methodologies in sociology of law, and the protection of children coming from socially vulnerable groups.
Academy of Justice teaching staff to learn modern training delivery techniques
ASTANA - March 6, 2017. The 5-days ‘Train the Trainer ’training course was launched by the Academy of Justice in Astana with the support of the EU project "Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan".