Promotion of Human Rights, Adherence to International Law Discussed by European, Kazakh Experts

NUR-SULTAN – An on the internet seminar on European human legal rights specifications in regulation enforcement was organized by the European Union and Council of Europe Central Asia Rule of Legislation Application jointly with Kazakhstan’s Human Legal rights Fee and the Institute Sorbonne-Kazakhstan Abai College on March 25, documented 

Promotion of Human Rights, Adherence to International Law Discussed by European, Kazakh Experts

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More than 235 authorized professionals such as prosecutors, law enforcement officers, legal professionals, professors, and law college students took section in the function. 

In his opening remarks, Prosecutor Normal Berik Asylov reiterated that human beings with their rights and freedoms symbolize the ultimate worth that is enshrined in the Constitution of Kazakhstan. He said that Kazakhstan is carrying out systematic reforms aiming at guaranteeing universal human legal rights safety in the nation.

According to the Chairman of the Commission on Human Legal rights, member of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe from Kazakhstan Igor Rogov, Kazakhstan has turn into a total-fledged adherent of worldwide regulation and a social gathering to far more than seventy multilateral common international treaties in the field of human legal rights. Together with the eight key common human rights conventions of the UN, which are global devices for the safety of human legal rights. 

Just one of the final results of Kazakhstan’s focused reform coverage aimed at marketing human rights and making certain the rule of law was its re-election as a member of the UN Human Rights Council for 2022-2024. This will give a new impetus to the state to even more democratize modern society and promote the protection and observance of the simple ideas and norms of human legal rights, Rogov explained.

The seminar also concentrated on flexibility of assembly and association, relevant benchmarks for the prohibition of sick-therapy in light-weight of the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe instruments. Important presentations had been designed by the Council of Europe and the European Court docket of Human Rights professionals.

The function was organized in the framework of the motion Enable in Central Asia inside the Central Asia Rule of Regulation Software 2020-2023, which is a joint initiative, co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and carried out by the Council of Europe.

Assistance in Central Asia aims at strengthening the knowledge and techniques of justice specialists in the place of human legal rights and ensuring the software of human rights principles in their every day do the job in five nations of Central Asia like Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.