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Mental rights
Dmitry Alyaev
Two ways
Damir Vacancies (Moscow)
Where the heads fly
Adil Dzhalilov (Almaty)
Defenseless human rights defenders
Mir Aziz Sayid (Tashkent)
What you sow ...
Irina Galyanova (Almaty)
Traveling Orphans
Nargis Zokirova, Rakhmon Boltaev (Dushanbe)
Between the coyote and the wolf
Yadgor Norbutaev (Tashkent)
Dear experiment
Kristina Prokhorova (Kostanay)
Mental rights
The topic of human rights protection in Central Asian countries has recently become more and more unequivocal. The leaders of the states of the region, each in its own way and each with its own categorical share, have already stated that the mentality of the Eastern peoples presupposes somewhat different democratic systems from the European ones. The same applies to human rights, to which the attitude of those in power has been formed directly from the "sovdepovskogo" principle of "first duty, and then rights."
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Two ways
Human rights activities are laborious, ungrateful, dangerous work. Often, those who are not indifferent to the fate of ordinary people have to enter into confrontation with powerful state structures - the National Security Service, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the prosecutor's office, for which human life becomes a grain of sand. But diligence and perseverance will surely give positive results, as long as there is enough patience. Below is the history of human rights defenders in restoring justice. This case can serve as an example of success for human rights activists - how to act, what to do.
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Where the heads fly
In recent days, the whole world has shaken at least twice. The reason in both cases was the head. And both - with a terrorist tinge. The first head still belongs to a Frenchman of Algerian origin, working in the Spanish football club "Real" as a player, as well as the captain of the French national team. Everyone knows his name - Zinedine Zidane. Usually discreet and never pretending, Zizou, as fans call him, played his last match in the World Cup final.
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Defenseless human rights defenders
Today it is quite difficult to say anything about Uzbek human rights protection. The human rights defense of Uzbekistan is possibly very different from that of other countries. Here are completely different conditions, a different attitude, and finally a different level. By the way, it is the level of local human rights that sometimes gives a strong slap in the face to the very right protection, but more on that later.
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What you sow ...
On July 5, 2006, at 12 o'clock in the afternoon, the residents of Almaty became witnesses of a strange, at first glance, event. In front of the astonished passers-by, a group of people made a demonstrative sowing of two kilograms of thistle seeds on the territory in front of the National Press Club building.
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Traveling Orphans
In April of this year, the deputies of the Tajik Parliament at the regular session reviewed and approved the draft Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Amendments and Additions to the Family Code”. According to the new amendments, henceforth in Tajikistan it is prohibited to adopt orphans by citizens of foreign countries. Member of the upper chamber of Parliament (Majlisi Milli) and deputy head of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Tajikistan Mahkam Mahmmudov, commenting on the law, told reporters that this measure was taken to protect Tajik orphans, and this step does not contradict the UN International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Between the coyote and the wolf
It seems to us that, having declared Uzbekistan’s return to the bosom of the CSTO, President Islam Karimov, as a political figure, has completely lost its appeal to Russia. In the future, expect nothing more from him. The signing of the few remaining protocols within EurAsEC is just a matter of time and the resolution of this issue does not depend on the wishes of Islam Karimov. By joining all pro-Russian international unions and associations, the Uzbek president achieved (in exchange for the ghostly guarantees of personal well-being) that the foreign policy of Uzbekistan became completely dependent on the verdicts issued in the Kremlin.
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Dear experiment
In the near future, Kazakhstan intends to join the WTO. This requires the improvement of all spheres of life, including education. In order to meet international standards and be a progressive country, Kazakhstan’s education has undergone some changes. The classic model is not relevant now. The time has come for distance education (DL), which requires a powerful technical base and adaptation to new technologies.
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