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Divorce and Alimony: What Do Women in Kyrgyzstan Struggle for in Courts?

Inna Aksenova 26.06.20

The most widespread lawsuits that women in Kyrgyzstan file are divorce and recovery of alimony payments. They make 85 per cent of all family cases at bar.
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Experts: Parents Should Be Very Careful During Lockdown

CABAR.asia 23.06.20

Forced self-isolation during the coronavirus fight is a challenge for both parents and children. Psychologists call on parents to show patience and develop a new tactics of relations with children in this period. (more…)

Making a Fortune. How to Make Profits from Corruption in Kazakhstan

Gulnaz Mustafa 05.02.20

“Is it possible to make a fortune fast?” I asked my interlocutor. I travelled 400 km to him to find out how he managed to succeed so fast – at the age of 45 – and to have everything: successful business, real property in elite districts of the capital, car fleet, a chain of stores, a recreation site at the lakeside. (more…)

One Third of Kazakhstan Schools Have Outdoor Toilets Only

CABAR.asia 05.12.19

Until 2021, the akimats of cities and regions of Kazakhstan should totally eliminate outdoor school toilets and build them inside educational institutions. This decision was taken after a schoolgirl was raped in an outdoor toilet. 

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Kazakhstan Wants to Toughen Liability for Paedophilia

Gulnaz Mustafa 21.11.19

However, human rights activists think this is not enough and liability for domestic violence should be toughened as well. It all usually starts with physical aggression, which can one day turn into sexual abuse.

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Kyrgyzstan: How to Resolve Issues of Violence Against Children of Migrant Workers?

«Labor migration is often the only way out of a difficult financial situation. However, the factor of the absence of parents leads to many psychological and social problems of the child,» – Aigerim Arzymatova, a specialist of the Office of the Ombudsman, Kyrgyz Republic, a participant of the School of Analytics CABAR.asia, notes in her article written specifically for CABAR.asia.

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Uzbekistan Returns 65 Children from Iraq

The state thus demonstrates that citizens who return voluntarily can count at least on fair justice, according to experts.

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A Containers and Former Public Bath House. What are Schools Like for Kyrgyzstanis?

60 per cent of schools in Kyrgyzstan were built until 1980 meaning that they have used their resources in full and require major repair, according to the analysis performed by Bulan Institute. The problem with rural schools is a major problem.
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“Skipped Lessons and Squeezed Money.” How Parents in Kyrgyzstan Cope with Gaming Addiction Among Children?

Olga Kovaleva 25.09.19

Kyrgyzstan has no official statistics regarding children who attend game clubs instead of school. However, psychologists and activists say parents seek their help to deal with the gaming addiction among schoolchildren.

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