Today is a national day of mourning in Kazakhstan. The Soros Foundation Kazakhstan expresses condolences and mourns together with the families of the victims.
“HUMAN RIGHTS: 50 SHADES OF BLUE” The new exhibition by Artmeken Gallery and Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan
On September 17, 2020, the exhibition “HUMAN RIGHTS: 50 SHADES OF BLUE,” dedicated to protecting human rights, will open in Artmeken Gallery, Almaty, with the support of Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan.
The Board of Trustees of the Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan decided to allocate a special reserve funds of $500,000 to help the most vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 pandemic in Kazakhstan.
In the framework of the Altyn Kalam literary contest held in Almaty the collective monograph “Living Memory” won the award for “Best Book on a Socially Significant Topic.” This book was born out of series of “Living Memory” lectures and podcasts which were supported by the Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan in 2016-2018.
A new Chair of the Executive Council, Ms. Aida Aidarkulova has been chosen to lead the Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan
Following an open recruitment competition held by the Board of Trustees and the Founder of the Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan (SFK), Ms. Aida Aidarkulova has been appointed as the new Chair of the Executive Council and assumed her office on April 22, 2019.