October 8, 2019 to March 8, 2020
Conducting a study of prosecutorial practices (supervision and prosecution) related to violence against women, sexual violence in the family, early marriage and domestic violence, as well as the reasons for low conviction rates in related cases, and making recommendations to address gaps in prosecutorial practices (supervision and prosecution).
Expected results and accomplishments:
- Methodology and action plan for project implementation developed;
- Analytical review of relevant legislation, government reports, civil society organizations, international organizations, policies, strategies, case files, media articles, and other verified sources conducted;
- Conducted survey and focus group interviews to obtain qualitative and quantitative data with relevant stakeholders (prosecutors, investigators, lawyers, judges, CSO women, SGBV survivor;
- Analytical report prepared and discussed at a roundtable among 50 stakeholders.
- The developed recommendations have been sent to the relevant state bodies and the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Kyrgyz Republic.
The project was successfully completed on April 7, 2020.