This article discusses the issues of gender policy in Kazakhstan. Since gaining independence, in order to strengthen the international image of the state, Kazakhstan has attempted to provide equal opportunities for women to participate in politics. The purpose of this article is to detail the history of formation and the main problems and prospects for the development of gender policy in Kazakhstan. The main principles of political research were used as a framework for analysis. This article attempts to dissect the perceptions of women's participation in politics as a result of Kazakhstan's mostly conservative views of the expansion of women's participation, that is, that it is a threat to national traditions. Nonetheless, despite this, the situation is changing for the better.
Khairullayeva, Venera; Sarybayev, Meiram; Kuzembayeva, Assiya; Yermekbayev, Adilbek; and Baikushikova, Gulnara
"Gender Policy in Kazakhstan,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 24:
1, Article 25.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol24/iss1/25