Amir Suleimenov – Leader of SDG 10 among young people: what I can do to reduce inequality

November 28-29 we became co-organizers jointly

The first International Youth Forum in Kazakhstan, where we first announced the Public Institute “SDG-2030 in Kazakhstan” and one of its platforms – the Youth Envoys of the SDG.

Amir Suleimenov – Leader of SDG 10 “Reducing Inequality” was one of the speakers of the opening session and revealed his understanding of the implementation of the SDG-2030 in Kazakhstan. His speech clearly shows that we can ‘t really talk about some SDG separately, they ‘re all interconnected.

We invite you to get acquainted with the performance of a 19-year-old young man and to think about what and how each of you can do for the real transformation of our world

The main and global challenge for the world is SDG 10 “Reducing inequality within and between countries.” We seek Equality of Opportunity and reduce inequality of outcomes. Promoting the active participation of all people in social, economic and political life, regardless of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion and economic or other status, is one of the challenges to achieving this goal.

          

We conducted a joint project with UNDP where 50 people were trained.

Our school Innovative School of Internet Technologies ISIT trained people with disabilities, mothers of special children and unemployed. Students live not only in large cities, but also in small villages and stations. We teach modern demanded professions and skills according to the goal of SDG 4 Quality education. The latest skills: programming, online marketing, site creation, SMM, contextual advertising, Google work, advords, etc.

And participate in achieving target 5.5 on gender equality: Women ‘s participation and equal opportunities for leadership and decision-making in political, economic and public life This is especially important for women with disabilities and mothers of special children.

          

Our difference and high percentage of employment is due to the fact that we teach a demanded profession, and give the opportunity to work remotely and at a convenient time

Now we have trained 200 people from socially vulnerable sectors of the population, as well as employed persons with special needs and their parents.

Below is a video recorded by Saltanat Temirkulova during Amir Suleimenov ‘s performance.

Опубликовано Салтанат Рахимбековой Четверг, 28 ноября 2019 г.

Material prepared by Askarov Lyazat

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