Legislation on decreasing labor migration

Legislation on decreasing labor migration

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Prepare the legislation promoting decrease of labor migration.

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Civil society

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Which of these barriers is the primary focus of your work?

Inadequate govt response/action

Which of the principles is the primary focus of your work?

Expand legal access and frameworks

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What is your signature innovation, your new idea, in one sentence?

Prepare the legislation promoting decrease of labor migration.

Describe your innovation. What makes your idea unique and different than others doing work in the field?

Currently, many people from poor countries that are looking for improving their financial condition massively immigrate to rich countries, mainly to North America and Europe. Accordingly, people of those rich countries react negatively to it, since it is impossible to accept and to accommodate so big population of all poor countries. As a result, antimmigrational mood is increasing. Consequently, it brings more and more nationalists to the authority. The same time, it contradicts to the existed international justice of migration. And very often, labor migrants especially illegal one become slavers. Majority of the cases are illegal. Rich countries fight formally with slavery and in fact their aids go to the same corrupted governments which are the distributors of the aid.

Delivery Model: How do you implement your innovation and apply it to the challenge/problem you are addressing?

Prepare legislation about limitation of migration which will allow to work and earn money in own country, to obligate employer to employ the local population, train and enhance their qualification and accordingly pay not less than minimum wage rate to provide necessary level of life.

How do you plan to grow your innovation?

Train and educate people, work with other NGOs to be involved in the project, work with employers.

Do you have any existing partnerships, and if so, how do you create them?

KCHR has contacts with other NGOs and government bodies. We create them through joint programs, conferences, events.

Provide one sentence describing your impact/intended impact.

Develop the legislation on decreasing labor migration which has long-term perspective.

What are the main barriers to creating or achieving your impact?

Corruption in a government system and authoritarian management to keep this system.

How many people have you served or plan to serve?

KCHR has taught about the rights thousands people and will keep teaching with increasing the number of people.


Defended human rights of hundreds people.


Educated about the rights through handouts, mass media.

Please list any other measures of the impact of your innovation?

Trainings, seminars, mass media, contacts with other NGOs and state bodies.

Is there a policy intervention element to your innovation?

Corruption on national and international levels, bureaucracy, misunderstanding and existed international regulations.

Exactly who are the beneficiaries of your innovation?

People who don’t know their rights, mainly poor layers of population who are in search of job locally or in abroad.

How is your initiative financed (or how do you expect your initiative will be financed)?

It is not financed. KCHR is looking for grant opportunities.

If known, provide information on your finances and organization

KCHR doesn’t have any funds for the last three years.

What is the potential demand for your innovation?

It is hard to be estimated.

What are the main barriers to financial sustainability?

KCHR doesn’t have financial support for the last three years.

The Story
What is the origin of this innovation? Tell us your story.

KCHR is created under the initiative of known human rights defender, the former deputy of Kyrgyz parliament Dyryldaev Ramazan, as the organization uniting the various groups interested in protection of human rights in Kyrgyzstan. The committee has been created in 1996 and now has more than 1000 members.
KCHR carries out the following basic programs:
• Struggle against torture. KCHR annually releases a report on torture in Kyrgyzstan, and also contributes to developing legislation in this area. The draft law developed by KCHR was accepted by parliament and signed by the president after criticism by international organizations. KCHR also monitors observance of the rights of prisoners and carries out rehabilitation of victims of tortures
o KCHR carries out projects against corruption, including monitoring and reporting on the use of foreign assistance by the government from donors such as the World Bank, IMF, EBRD, EU, and bi-lateral aid from foreign governments. KCHR carries out monitoring of corruption of some the ministries, high-ranking officials and members of their families.
• Rights of internal and external migrants. KCHR, together with one of the western lawyers and international NGOs, initiated submission of complaints to the European Court of Human Rights for arbitrary and illegal deportations of some migrants from Kyrgyzstan. KCHR carries out monitoring of crimes against migrants in selected countries
• KCHR in 2006-year has prepared the report on migration where conditions of migrants from Kyrgyzstan in Russia, and other aspects of migration is reflected and has developed recommendations. The report has been directed to government of KR. The government under recommendation of KCHR has accepted a number of measures on reduction of an external migration. This report also is distributed to participants of survey conference of OSCE in October 2006-year.
• And many other fields of human rights.

The main reason for this project is the big scale of labor migration, poverty and trade of people.

Please provide a personal bio. Note this may be used in Changemakers marketing material

Dyryldaev Ramazan Olokeevich was born in Kyrgyz Republic, graduated from Novosibirsk school of militia, the Kyrgyz national university - law department. In the past held various posts in system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of republic and the USSR (up to the head of department on struggle against the organized crime and corruption). From 1992 till 1995 Dyryldaev was deputy of Zhogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic. After dissolution of parliament in 1995 Dyryldaev has created the Kyrgyz Committee for Human Rights (KCHR ) and began active struggle for human rights in Kyrgyzstan. Dyryldaev has created a huge international network on struggle for human rights. KCHR for fair struggle has quickly got the name of the reliable organization. It became one of the largest NGO's in Kyrgyzstan.

Emphasis of Work

The project is based on prevention of slavery and protection of human rights.