November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread human rights violations in the world. It happens every day in all corners of the globe. Violence has serious short- and long-term physical, economic and psychological consequences for women and girls, preventing their full and equal participation in society. Violence against women is one of the most common recorded human rights violations today. Moreover, the action takes place in a family of famous people; there are enough releases on this topic on the Internet, Instagram and Facebook.

Globally, one in three women has experienced physical or sexual violence at least once in her life. Despite relentless efforts to reverse this trend, the level of violence against women has remained virtually unchanged over the past decade.

12/07/23 senior curator of the department “Higher Mathematics”, PhD, senior teacher Tuleutaeva Zh.M., teachers Kabieva G.K., Bekmagambetova E.K. organized an information event with the participation of students from group GD-23-2.

Of the 24 students in the group, only 3 are girls, that is, 21 students in the future will become fathers and husbands of someone’s daughter. Therefore, it would not be amiss to discuss this topic often, especially among boys. Students Anarbai A., Bagysbay E., Kaliolla M., Sovetov D. participated very actively on the topic, and during the exchange of opinions, disagreements arose among some students regarding the causes of violence. They shared their thoughts on how to avoid and prevent violence.

Empowering people who have experienced violence, examining the root causes of violence, and ending violence will not only protect Kazakh women, but will also demonstrate Kazakhstan’s principled leadership as a member of the UN Human Rights Council. It will also create a strong foundation for Kazakhstan’s future generation, giving new impetus to the country’s next decade of independence.