The OSCE is concerned about the rights of Turkmen women and conducted a training for the Office of the Ombudsman of Turkmenistan

On July 29, the OSCE Center in Ashgabat held an online seminar on the role of national human rights institutions in protecting women's rights and promoting gender equality, according to the organization's website.

The event was attended by representatives of the office of the Ombudsman of Turkmenistan, who studied and discussed the functions of the offices of the Ombudsman in other OSCE participating States.

Employees of the Office of the People's Advocate (Office of the Ombudsman) of Moldova presented legal instruments and mechanisms for protecting women's rights and promoting gender equality.

“OSCE participating States are committed to making gender equality a part of society in all spheres – at home and in public life, in politics and the military, in the economic and environmental spheres, in all areas of human rights and fundamental freedoms,” said the Acting Head of the OSCE Center in Ashgabat Rune Kastberg .

Thus, in July alone, the organization held five workshops .

It should be noted that the Office of the Ombudsman did not react in any way to infringement of women's rights, which were aggravated this spring.

Read about how women's rights are violated in the article "Chronicles of Turkmenistan" - "National traditions and modern norms. The world has not understood Berdymukhammedov's concern for women."

Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan