Kyrgyz authorities have expressed concern about the strengthening of economic ties with Russia and the economy's dependence on events there.
Only teamwork between NGOs and government agencies can bring effective results in the fight against human trafficking in Central Asia, analysts say.
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities seeks to ensure their rights and freedoms.
Russia fears historical responsibility and refuses to admit that the Soviet regime deliberately created the famine.
Sociologists and independent polls report 'a sharp increase in xenophobia among Russians' over the past year.
Facing injustice, racism and extortion in Russia, more Central Asian migrants are looking for a better life in Kazakhstan.
Russia is trying to forget the brutal period of former Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, but activists and relatives of the victims are keeping the memory alive.
Family members of Kazakh citizens are getting caught up in the sweeping arrests being made by Chinese authorities in Xinjiang, where more than 1.5 million ethnic Kazakhs live.
The unique training organised by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) involves professional actors and true stories of human trafficking.
Central Asian migrants working in Russia face numerous human rights violations, including physical violence, sexual assault, poor working conditions and non-payment of salaries.