Aigerim Kamidola is an independent consultant in international human rights law. Her expertise spans across-the-board grassroots advocacy work on equality and non-discrimination at national and international levels. She has academic background in international human rights law and interdisciplinary studies with prior experience in strategic litigation, provision of direct support to human rights defenders, and capacity building in Central Asia and the wider post-soviet region.
Published in: oDR: AnalysisRedefining ‘women’s work’ in Kazakhstan
A Soviet-era law banning women from more than 200 jobs has finally been overturned in Kazakhstan. But the fight for...