OYuL “International organization “Expo&Women” and Public institute “of IMC-2030 in Kazakhstan this year is a performer of the “Involvement of Institutes of Civil Society in Realization of Goals of Sustainable Development of the UN in Kazakhstan” project implemented with grant support of the NAO “The center of support of citizens’ initiatives” of the Ministry of information and social development of RK.
raising awareness about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-2030) according to the UN Resolution of September 25, 2015 and ratified by Kazakhstan (through the media, holding seminars, etc.)
Developing expertise on SDG16, “Peace, Justice and Sustainable Institutions” (through online training and an introductory and expert questionnaire).
The main task of the project is to organize online seminars with the participation of representatives of civil society, experts and interested state bodies on the implementation of the 16th UN SDGs “Peace, Justice and Sustainable Institutions” to achieve the following SDGs 16 and a number of its tasks.
During May – June of this year, five seminars were held on the general topic “Kazakhstan to achieve 16. 2: Protection of children’s rights. Children’s human rights education. Bulling and cyberbullying. Child safety online. ” The number of participants is from 80 to 160 people.
During August, two seminars were held with a general theme “Kazakhstan on the way to achieving 16.1” Significantly reduce the prevalence of all forms of violence and reduce mortality rates from this phenomenon worldwide. “
August 12, 16: 00-18: 30 “Is it possible to prevent domestic violence? What is the role of family, education, law enforcement? “
August 19, 16: 00-18: 30 “Enforcement of the Law” On Combating Domestic Violence “- from prevention to toughening of punishment”
Tomorrow, August 29, 11: 00-13: 00 the next seminar will be held.
“Kazakhstan on the way to achieving SDGs 16.1” How to make society free from violence? “
Information support from the open media platform “KUN.KZ” with live broadcast
Moderators: Murat Abenov and Saltanat Tursynbekova
Batima Mukina, Chairman of the Board of NAO Center for Support of Civic Initiatives
Gulnara Ryspecova, ex-judge of the Supreme Court,
Aziza Shuzheeva, co-founder, deputy chairman of the Alliance of Women’s Forces
Islu Bekmusa, UNICEF Coordinator for Children’s Rights
Shavkat Sabirov, Director of the Internet Association of Kazakhstan •
Yerlan Balymov, Head of the Faculty of the Aktobe Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
One of the expected results is an increase in the level of legal culture and legal awareness of citizens, the desire to overcome zero tolerance for cases of non-compliance with laws and manifestations of corruption, to continue work on the effective application of legal norms aimed at ensuring the safety of citizens and strengthening unitary and secular society in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Gulnara Ryskepova, ex-judge of the Supreme Court, will talk about her experience in enforcing laws in defense of family, women and children.
Aislou Bekmusa, UNICEF Coordinator for Children’s Rights, will provide information on the situation of violence against children in the world and Kazakhstan, which UNICEF is doing in Kazakhstan to address the issue of violence against children.
Aziza Shuzheeva will talk about the purpose for which the Alliance of Women’s Forces was created, and what work they do in countering domestic violence.
The speech of Yerlan Balymov as the head of the faculty of the Aktobe Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs will be dedicated to the opening of the first Center for the training of inspectors for the protection of women’s rights in Kazakhstan, where training takes place taking into account international experience.
The topic of Shavkat Sabirov’s message is also very relevant due to the fact that most people know little about cyberbullying – the type of violence through the Internet, which affects primarily our children and young people, and even adults.
Today, people around the world are surrounded by the fruits of the industrial revolution and global economic growth. At the same time, our civilization faces serious economic, social and environmental challenges. Human activities have led to disasters and problems: climate change, lack of fresh water, degradation of ecosystems, armed conflicts, unemployment, the rapid spread of infectious diseases, forced labor and much more.
Humanity at the end of the last millennium chose a new development paradigm – sustainable development. Today, it is the only diplomatically coherent approach to development based on global cooperation among all countries.
In September 2015, 193 United Nations Member States adopted a new development agenda to continue progress towards sustainable development – “Transforming Our World: A Sustainable Development Agenda 2030”
The Agenda entered into force on 1 January 2016 and includes 17 the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets to be achieved before 31 December 2030 except for those with earlier dates.
SDGs cannot be regarded as imposed or promoted by the UN. The SDGs are not an internal UN agenda, but a programme for all countries and stakeholders.
SDGs include all elements of human well-being on the planet now and in the future. That is why their realization is important for each of us and everyone should be aware of these Goals.
The international community believes that success in implementing the Goals depends primarily on the involvement of civil society. More than 4 years after Agenda 2030, public awareness of SDGs remains low.
SDG 16 “Peace, justice and sustainable institutions” and its objectives.
16.1 Significantly reduce the prevalence of and mortality from all forms of violence worldwide
16.2 End abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children
16.3 Promote the rule of law at the national and international levels and ensure equal access to justice for all
16.4 By 2030, significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, intensify the detection and recovery of stolen assets and combat all forms of organized crime
16.5 Significantly reduce corruption and bribery in all its forms
16.6 Establish effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels
16.7 Ensure responsible decision-making by representative bodies at all levels, involving all sectors of society
16.8 Enhance and enhance the participation of developing countries in global regulatory bodies
16.9 By 2030, ensure that all people have legal identity cards, including birth certificates
16.10 Ensure public access to information and protect fundamental freedoms in accordance with national legislation and international agreements
16.a Strengthen relevant national institutions, including through international cooperation, to build capacity at all levels – in particular in developing countries – to prevent violence and combat terrorism and crime
16.b Promote and implement non-discriminatory laws and policies for sustainable development
Project Manager – Askarova Lyazyat Kazhitaevna, Chairman of the Board of the OIL “International Organization” Expo & Women “
Meruert Abdaliyeva, + 7778 456 0999