LPRC and ICJ hold trainings on protection of migrants rights in Kazakhstan

Today, in the framework of the EU funded project “Enhancing legal protection of migrants rights in Kazakhstan”, the Legal and Policy Resource Center (LPRC) and the ICJ began a series of three trainings linked to this issue for lawyers and civil society organizations.

Three two-day trainings on “International and national Law on the protection of migrants in legal practice” will take place from 30 September to 5 October in Nur-Sultan, Shymkent and Almaty.

The trainings will address international and national law and standards relevant to the protection of the rights of migrants, including in situations of expulsion and detention, as well as with regard to the respect, protection and fulfilment of their economic, social and cultural rights.

During the trainings, 100 attorneys and lawyers of non-governmental organizations from 10 regions of Kazakhstan will be trained.

Kazakhstan-Training-Agenda-MigrationIHRL-NurSultan-2019-engrus (download the agenda of the Nur Sultan training in Russian and English)

Kazakhstan-Training-Agenda-MigrationIHRL-Shymkent-2019-engrus (download the agenda of the Shymkent training in Russian and English)

Kazakhstan-Training-Agenda-MigrationIHRL-Almaty-2019-engrus (download the agenda of the Almaty training in Russian and English)