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Crisis Center «Sezim»

Activity of the Crisis Center "Sezim" is aimed at promoting gender equality, the eradication of gender discrimination and the protection of the rights of women/girls and their family members by gender-based, domestic violence and human trafficking. Center "Sezim" is in Kyrgyzstan since 1998.

Our principles:

NON-COMMERCIAL NATURE OF THE ACTIVITY, INDEPENDENCE, INFORMATION RELIABILITY AND OBJECTIVITY, TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY.

WE PROVIDE ASSISTANCE:

Women/Girls and their family members

affected by gender-based, domestic violence and human trafficking;

Youth

education and information activities aimed at gender sensitization and promotion lifestyles without violence

Elderly people

In difficult life situations;

Population of the Kyrgyzstan

prevention of gender-based, domestic violence and human trafficking

Refugees and asylum-seekers in Kyrgyzstan

protection from gender-based, domestic violence and human trafficking

Shelter PROVIDING SAFE HOUSING WITH THE COMPLEX OF LEGAL AND REINTEGRATION SERVICES FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN - VICTIMS OF GENDER-BASED, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Transit Social Home «Nur» («Ray of Hope») TEMPORARY SOCIAL HOUSING WITH THE COMPLEX OF REINTEGRATION SERVICES FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN - VICTIMS OF GENDER-BASED, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

News

Sezim: Helping Women and Families During Covid-19

Around the world the Covid-19 outbreak has been accompanied by what many are calling “the Silent Pandemic” – an increase in violence against women and children. Unemployment, lost wages, school closures, and quarantine contribute to social isolation, stress and family conflict that increase the risk of violence against women and children. Government issued stay-at-home orders […]

Central Asian 55+ Womens’ Theater Group Promotes Inter-Generational Dialogue on Violence Against Women

Around the world, victim-blaming remains a powerful barrier that prevents girls and women from reporting sexual assault and seeking help.  Victim-blaming, including questioning the victim’s moral character, family upbringing, or fashion choices is often a reflection of broader societal views on gender and the accepted position of girls and women in the community.  In Kyrgyzstan […]

Our infographics 1998-2018

In 2018, it is exactly 20 years since the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence  is held in Kyrgyzstan. Also it is 20 years of the center “Sezim”. Our center is of the same age as the 20-year history in Kyrgyzstan, the most large-scale anti-gender violence action in the world. In 1998, the center […]