The main goal of the project was to create an atmosphere in which human rights would be felt and realized in schools.
Within the framework of the project, seminars were held among teachers and students on the topic "The rights of the child in school and mechanisms for their protection." Based on the results of the project, 300 teachers and students from four districts of Bishkek (Pervomaysky, Leninsky, Sverdlovsk, Oktyabrsky District) and one district of Chui Oblast (Alamedinsky District) were trained.
The project was aimed at improving the observance of human rights in general education institutions in the city of Bishkek and the suburbs. Particular attention was paid to respecting the right to freedom from cruel and degrading treatment, the right to lodge complaints and effective mechanisms for their submission, the right to access to education, protection against discrimination, and respect for the rights of teachers.
In accordance with the project, monitoring of human rights in general education institutions was carried out. The results of the study were submitted to the relevant authorities (government, parliament, UN mechanisms) with the aim of amending and amending the normative acts in accordance with the provisions of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Children's Code of Children, as well as public awareness of existing problems in schools.
Within the framework of the project, an extensive campaign "Take my child to school" was also held and a special report was published on the topic: "Observance of the right to access to education in schools of the Kyrgyz Republic".
The project monitored the rights of children in 10 institutions for orphans. The legal protection of children subjected to violence was implemented.
The main goal of the project is to effectively protect children's rights from violence, torture and ill-treatment.
The project monitored children's rights in 10 institutions for orphans in Bishkek and Osh. Based on the results of the study of children's institutions of a closed type, two round tables were held in Bishkek and Osh, and press conferences were held, including facts on the detection of violations of the rights of the child.
In the course of a number of events, legal protection was provided for children subjected to violence in state institutions, in close cooperation with state bodies and organizations, whose competence includes the protection of the rights and interests of children.
Main objectives of the project:
- assistance in improving the organizational and legal framework for the effective use of state and other means to ensure the state-guaranteed rights of orphans;
- movement of public funds from centralized children's specialized institutions (orphanages, boarding schools) to the local level.
Within the framework of this project, the budgeting of social security for orphans at the level of institutions (orphanage, boarding school), local government, state administration and relevant ministries was monitored to ensure compliance with the state-guaranteed standard in accordance with the Law on the Basics of Social service in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Completion of the project was the wide informing of state structures, the non-governmental sector, special agencies and the public in general about the problems with observance of human rights in institutions for keeping children. And also the development of practical recommendations on changing the state policy on childcare, the development of alternative forms of social services on the ground.
The project is aimed at improving the sense of justice and tolerance among adolescents in the context of political instability in Kyrgyzstan, by carrying out a number of sports and mass health events for children and adolescents in Bishkek and in the settlements of the Sokuluk district.
The The Child’s Rights Defenders League held sports games in the Sokuluksky district on the results of which the winners' teams took part in the final game in Bishkek at the stadium "Lokomotiv".
All participants were awarded prizes, the winning teams in the final games were awarded cups and certificates.
Sports games were accompanied by young stars - entertainers, demonstration performances of children engaged in karate, in order to inculcate interest in sports for fans and a healthy lifestyle.
The strategic objective of the project is to eradicate racketeering among students in general education institutions (schools, gymnasiums, lyceums) in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Within the framework of the project, a special manual "Racket Prevention in Schools in Kyrgyzstan" was developed to prevent and eradicate racketeering in schools, and 16 forums were held under the title: "Kyrgyzstan for a life without racket in schools!", which discussed the reasons for racketeering at the local level and ways to eradicate it.
The project is aimed at assisting the authorized state organizations (akimyats, ayil okmotu, governors, district, schools, hospitals, law enforcement agencies) in preventing conflicts and stabilizing the situation in the city of Bishkek and threat zones in the Chui oblast (Tokmok, Iskra, Sokuluk rayon, Petrovka, Issyk-Ata District) and Issyk-Kul Oblast (Tyup District).
Within the framework of the project, groups of local mediator activists were formed in the number of 500 people who received training sessions on conflict prevention and tension regulation. In the future, each of the 500 leaders organized and trained another 10 people.
As a result, teams of mediators, specialized in reducing tension in the conditions of political instability and the threat of security at the level of local communities, were trained.
Also, extensive information work was carried out both in the media and in the form of distribution of information posters and leaflets in 2 languages (Kyrgyz, Russian) with the propaganda of peace, harmony, stability.
The main goal of the project is to reduce the level of violence against women and girls in the family in the village of Mayevka. Within the framework of the project, the Committee for the Prevention of Domestic Violence in the Ail District "Mayvka" was established. It consists of the heads of the doctor of the FGP, the chief of the POM, the senior district inspector, chairman of the local Kenesh JSC "Mayvka", deputy of the local Kenesh JSC "Mayvka", employees of the NGO "Territory of Peace and Development", social worker of JSC "Mayvka".
Two seminars were also held on the theme "Family Without Violence" and provided assistance to women and girls from four families in which systematic violence was recorded.
With the support of the OSCE Center in Bishkek and with the assistance of the Department of Ethnic, Religious Policy and Interaction with Civil Society of the Office of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, mediators from among local activists in five zones of the Kyrgyz Republic were trained with the highest level of social tension: Mayevka and Iskra villages, Tokmok city of Chui oblast, Karakol city of Issyk-Kul oblast and Talas city of Talas region.
The training was conducted in several stages with the involvement of specialists from Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
The aim of the project was to ensure the interaction of mediators with local authorities and law enforcement agencies, which will allow, if necessary, to intervene in the situation in the early stages of the conflict and conduct negotiations between groups ready to enter into confrontation for its prevention and resolution by non-violent means.
Introduction and adaptation of the concept of educational work "School without violence" on the basis of Serbian experience in 4 pilot schools of the Kyrgyz Republic: Bishkek city, Osh city, Tup village, Bazar-Korgon village.
The main objective of the project is to create a safe educational space, improve the conditions for teaching, educating and developing students in general education organizations in the territory of local self-government in accordance with the main provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic on protecting children from violence; protection of the rights and interests of students of educational organizations of the Kyrgyz Republic.
For successful implementation of the program, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed and signed between the Office of the Ombudsman, UNICEF, the Ministry of Social Protection of Population, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic to create a safe learning space in the schools of the Kyrgyz Republic.
The essence of the project is to create a special response service for children affected by violence and ill-treatment, including the possibility of obtaining legal protection, psychological support and rehabilitation. And also the organization of appropriate assistance through specially authorized bodies and institutions of the KR (medical institutions (polyclinics, hospitals), medical forensic institutions, the prosecutor's office, Family and Children Support Departments, law enforcement agencies, courts).