On December 7, 2019, the program “Law” held an inter-university student research and practice conference dedicated to Human Rights Day, on the topic: “Actual issues of the legislation and law enforcement practice of the Kyrgyz Republic”.Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10 – on that very day in 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – a landmark document that proclaimed the inalienable rights inherent in every person. The declaration is translated more often than any other document in the world: its text exists in more than 500 languages. But the conference was attended by 25 students from 4 universities in Kyrgyzstan: International University in Central Asia, International University of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, Kyrgyz State Law Academy. The language of the conference is Russian, English. Conference participants noted the critical importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the establishment and development of international law, as well as national legal systems, including the legal system of the Kyrgyz Republic.Asygalieva Elvira, IUCA Law student: “The conference was very interesting. This is my first time participating in such an event. I think such student conferences provide an opportunity to discuss the problems that we identified as part of our student research, hone our public speaking and argumentation skills and get to know our future colleagues from different universities. The conference worked in two sections, where students and the jury had the opportunity to discuss reports, identify problems and jointly work out ways to solve them.
After discussion of the reports, the winners were determined:
1st place – Zhusupova Aizada, IUCA Law program, report on the topic “Problems of protection of a bona fide purchaser”;
2nd place – Azimkanova Leyla, KRSU Law Faculty, report on the topic “Privacy in the Digital Age”;
3rd place – Harshwardhan Sandeep Walse Patil, MBMS IAM, report on “Legal regulation of organ transplantation (legal regulation of organ transplantation in India)”.
1st place – Mayanhu Ramil, Faculty of Law of KRSU, report on the topic “House arrest as a preventive measure in the criminal process of the Kyrgyz Republic”;
2nd place – Akbaraliev Bekzad, program “Law” of IUCA, report on the theme “Problems of qualification and proof of composition crimes of “Torture” under the criminal law of the Kyrgyz Republic”;
3rd place – Maamytov Kılymbek, Law Department of KRSU, report on the topic “Problems of pre-trial criminal proceedings”.