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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.


05 Sep

According to the Republican Centre for AIDS Prevention and Control there are 62,000 adult men having sex with men in Kazakhstan. Understating the real figure by 3 times the Ministry looses the opportunity of arranging effective work on HIV prevention in the conditions of the ongoing concentrated epidemic.


01 Aug

It is time for the second report to our partners - people who support the monthly advertising campaign Tell About Your Trouble donating money on Patreon.


30 Jun

It is time for the first report to our partners - people who support the monthly advertising campaign Tell About Your Trouble donating money on Patreon.


23 May

Looking for Patrons. $300 allow to delivier the message of human rights to 6 300 LGBT-people in Kazakhstan and to another 90 000 citizens.


15 Mar

The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan received a grant from the Global Fund for the HIV prevention and treatment worth 4.5 million dollars for the years 2018-2020.


19 Nov

Written by Amir Shaikezhanov for the QA Blog series “Resistance and Subversion” curated by QA 2018 committee member Ismail Shogo


08 Oct

This summer the three-year term of diplomatic service of Robyn Alice McCutcheon at the US Embassy in Astana expired. Robin is an openly transgender woman who supports the LGBT community of Astana. interviewed Robyn and asked her to sum up her work in Kazakhstan.


19 Sep

On 20 and 21 December, the Equal Rights Trust launched three new comprehensive reports examining discrimination and inequality in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Published as these three countries mark the 25th year of their independence, the reports provide unprecedented insights into discrimination on the basis of religion, ethnicity, political opinion, gender, sexual orientation, disability and other grounds in states where little has previously been reported on such issues.


12 Sep

It is time to break my silence. I have left Kazakhstan but have not forgotten. I hold that the decisions by Consular officers to deny Sultana Kali an F-1 student visa to study in the US were discriminatory, rooted in transphobia. I do not say this lightly. See my latest web journal post, My Declaration, for the reasons why. I will continue to advance Sultana's cause in all possible forums both inside and outside the U.S. State Department. That inludes this court of public opinion.


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