20 November 2002 ASTANA, 20 November (TCA)–Representatives of women’s rights non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of Kazakhstan are going to direct their message to the head of state. The message demands the promotion of women in society, making concessions starting at lower levels of institutions to the highest level of power. The women’s rights movement wants to […]

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