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20 May

Kazakhstani MMA fighter Kuat Khamitov reacted to a video where diplomats showed their support to Kazakh LGBT community.

349

05 Apr

Within the project "Tell about the trouble" we received a message from Adilet from Astana. He writes: "Then they brought me into a truck of a car and drove away from the city, they beat me so hardly as I literally wet myself. I had a concussion, my legs couldn't walk. It was November and the beginning of December (in northern Kazakhstan winters start early and the temperatures can run down below -30 degrees Celsius)  They left me in a summer kitchen for two weeks, the room had no heating"

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16 Mar

Kok.team Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 34th Session of the Universal Periodic Review (Third cycle, Oct-Nov 2019)

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03 Sep

The number of donations becomes less and, in principle, this is normal. Yet, we want as many Kazakh LGBT people as possible to know that they are not alone. Please tell your about your experience in supporting the Tell About Your Trouble project to those for whom this could also be important.

Funds Received

In July, $ 55.45 were transferred from Patreon to PayPal.

In addition, $ 26,4 were transferred to support the editors of Kok.team.

In August, $ 67,18 were transferred from Patreon PayPal.

In addition, $ 26,4 were transferred to support the editors of Kok.team.

Used Funds

July Campaign 

We launched a campaign in VKontakte using the amount of 4,100 rubles ($67.38). The add was shown to 67,832 people participating Kazakhstani LGBT publics/groups.

August Campaign

We launched a campaign in Facebook using the amount of 5,000 rubles ($78.42). The add was shown 107,277 times among the Kazakhstani user segment.

Totally $ 145,8 were spent.

Tell About Your Trouble Statistics

In July & August, the form was filled with 14 cases.

The project Tell About Your Trouble is a tool for monitoring cases of discrimination and hate crimes towards LGBT. Since there is no such legislative in Kazakhstan, there are no official statistics, and therefore there are “no crimes”. This is what homophobes and officials say. But the community members’ experience suggest otherwise. Tell About Your Trouble allows people, with whom a disaster has occurred, and who will not go to the police because of fear, at least to report what happened to them. These statistics will become part of the alternative report on human rights in Kazakhstan in 2019, when our officials will report to UN.

You may become our partner. Every dollar increases the coverage of LGBT Kazakhs, which know - even in case of trouble they are not alone. Become our partner on Patreon.

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19 Jul

On July 10, 2019, an LGBT activist fled Kazakhstan. He applied for political asylum in Spain. Kok.team asks everyone to help him.

455

12 Jul

The number of donations becomes less and, in principle, this is normal. Yet, we want as many Kazakh LGBT people as possible to know that they are not alone.

633

06 May

This time report includes data on March & April campaigns.

614

11 Mar

The number of donations becomes less and, in principle, this is normal.

675

13 Feb

Dear partners!

Thanks to you, more and more lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender people know that they can tell about their troubles. We hope that one day there will be no more such stories and Kazakhstan will be a country where every person is valued.

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27 Jan

The LGBT community of Kazakhstan protests against torture and murder of LGBT people in Chechnya and in the whole world.

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