Legal Policy Research Center

Guided by the principle of supremacy of law,

promoting liberal values,

create a basis for reform

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Legal Policy Research Center

Legal Policy Research Center implements
  projects with financial support
  accredited diplomatic missions
in the Republic of Kazakhstan

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Legal Policy Research Centre (LPRC) in collaboration with International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) and the ICJ-European Institutions (ICJ-EI) with the financial support of the European Union Representative Office in Kazakhstan

implements the project  Strengthening Legal Protection of Migrants’ Rights in Kazakhstan

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Legal Policy Research Center with the support of the Embassy of Canada to Kazakhstan (within the CFLI) is implementing the project

Combating sexual harassment at workplace and public areas through  legislative reforms, responsible business conduct and raising awareness in Kazakhstan

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The right to the right

A podcast about human rights, where we will discuss the right to peaceful assembly, problems with sexual harassment, as well as the rights of migrants. Guests of the podcast will be political scientists, sociologists, lawyers and human rights activists.

This podcast is funded as part of the project activities of the Public Foundation of the Center for Legal Policy Research (LPRC).

Members of the project office of “Implementation of a systematic, structured and effective policy for improving business integrity and developing corporate governance in Kazakhstan in accordance with OECD standards” project, implemented by Kazbar and LPRC, participated in the online Collective Action Workshop session on sustainability on July 23 (13:00-14:45 CET), organized by the Basel Institute of management, with the support of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.

Workshop was dedicated to the topic “How can Collective Action initiatives achieve sustainability?”.  The question of how Collective Actions can achieve sustainability is more relevant than ever considering the ongoing covid-19 pandemic and the effects on business – especially procurement and supply chains. This workshop session provided a platform for frank discussions on risks, opportunities, and hurdles to equip Collective Action practitioners in the development and implementation of sustainable Collective Action Initiatives through peer learning and best-practice sharing. The virtual events brought practitioners from around the world together to share experiences and innovations in Collective Action. Overall, 37 participants participated in the workshop, representing 22 initiatives from 22 different countries (Brazil, Bulgaria, Columbia, Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Quebec, Turkey, etc.) in 4 continents.  

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