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Presentations and lectures of “International human rights mechanisms for the protection of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers” seminar

On August 28-29 and September 12, we held a large-scale seminar on “International human rights mechanisms for the protection of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers”, which is part of a long-term program to create a pool of competent lawyers specializing in qualified legal assistance for migrants in Kazakhstan. If you couldn’t take part in the event, but really wanted to, you have a unique opportunity to watch lectures and presentations of the seminar. Follow the links! Read, watch and listen!:

  1. Presentation “Treaty body communications – eligibility requirements”. Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). Presentation is available only in Russian.
  2. Presentation “The long road to exhaustion. National courts and the exhaustion of domestic remedies”. Amanda Taylor, expert in international migration law. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link
  3. Presentation “The role of national courts in international law: exhaustion of domestic remedies and implementation of UNTB decision”. Gema Fernandéz Rodriguez de Llévana, Women’s Link Worldwide. Presentation is available in English/Russian.
  4. Presentation “Implementation of decisions of UN human rights bodies in Russia”. Dmitry Bartenev,defense lawyer, associate professor of St. Petersburg University. Presentation is available only in Russian.
  5. Presentation “Individual complaints to UN committees: legal framework and practice of Kazakhstan”. Khalida Azhigulova, PhD, Assoc. member of the International Association of Refugee and Migration Law Judges. Presentation is available only in Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link.
  6. Presentation “UN Charter-Based Human Rights Institutions”. François Crépeau, McGill University. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link.
  7. Casebook of the online Seminar “On international human rights mechanisms for the legal protection of migrants, refugees and asylum- seekers”, 28-29 August 2020.
  8. Presentation “The peculiarity of cases on economic, social and cultural rights, on women’s and on children’s rights: Examples”. Alexandros Konstantinou, Greek Council for Refugees. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link
  9. Presentation “Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law: Non-citizens ESCR”. Timothy Fish Hodgson, ICJ Legal Adviser: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link.
  10. Presentation “Overview of international human rights law and mechanisms relevant for the legal protection of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Kazakhstan”. Massimo G. Frigo, International Commission of Jurists. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link.
  11. Presentation “A holistic human rights strategy – how to use UN Special Procedures, Country reports and Universal Periodic Review”. Massimo G. Frigo, International Commission of Jurists. Presentation is available in English/Russian. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link
  12. Presentation “Connection between international human rights law and the rights of migrants”. Alvaro Botero, member of the UN Committee on migrant workers. Lecture recording is available only in Russian at the link.

We remind you that the training activities are implemented by Legal Policy Research Center (LPRC) with the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) and the International Commission of jurists – European institutions (ICJ-EI), with the financial support of the European Union office in Kazakhstan within the project “Strengthening legal protection of migrants’ rights in Kazakhstan”.

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