The participants of a year-long “Capacity building of human rights defenders in Kazakhstan” project were awarded certificates in Almaty. In total 10 people from 6 regions of Kazakhstan participated in this project to undergo human rights training courses.
Why indifference is inhuman? Is thinking an entertainment or a duty? Do we know how to defer to an alternative opinion? Maxim and Sana who are the principal characters of the series of animated films of Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan are pursuing answers to these and other questions.
Ministry of Healthcare of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved the National Standard for palliative care provision in Kazakhstan. The document regulates the scope of palliative care which shall be provided at the same level as other medical and social services.
This January, Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan (SFK) starts implementing its new strategy for 2014 – 2017, which will continue to work in traditional for the Foundation fields, such as human rights, public finance transparency, development of independent media and support of youth initiatives. In the meantime, the Foundation will take on new concepts: Public Policy, Local Budget and Social Inclusion. “For the next four years, the Foundation has set ambitious goals, which are reflected in our new initiatives. Our work will be centered around the development of public policy in Kazakhstan, support… Продолжить Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan’s New Strategy
In May of this year, the Soros Foundation Kazakhstan launched a new website and six months later, the site obtained the National Internet Prize Award-2013 in the Public Organizations category.