On November 30th 2021 was held the students’ Olympiad on the knowledge of the Constitution basics and state symbols of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The event was held on the ZOOM platform.
All in all 8 teams from various high schools of our country participated. This year unlike previous years geography of participants was much extended thanks to online format of event, which leaves pleasant impression, firstly, because there is growing authority of Olympiad, secondly, that there is sharing experience, thirdly, that event aim will really have proper distribution and attention from young generation.
Directly, the Olympiad was attended by:
*”Human rights defenders” (Academy “Bolashaq”, Karaganda)
*”Baiterek” (Turan University)
*”Altyn Urpak” (M. Auezov South Kazakhstan University)
*”Force of Law” (Atyrau University named after Kh. Dosmukhamedov)
*”Republic” (Republic) (Atyrau University named after Kh. Dosmukhamedov)
*”Legit” (Almaty Management University)
*”Themis” (Aktobe Regional University named after K.Zhubanov)
*”Solntsevorot” (NAO “Karaganda University named after Academician E.A.Buketov”)
This year the Olympiad was held online via ZOOM platform in three stages.
1st round. – Presentations and speeches on the first question all teams take part in
The purpose and objectives of adoption of the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 1995 (comparison with constitutions of developed countries) – the novelty of the approach to the disclosure of this issue and the personal opinion (opinion of the team) is evaluated
2nd round. – Presentations and speeches on the second question all teams take part
The Constitution of the RK in clause 2 of article 27 says “The care and education of children is the natural right and responsibility of parents”. What interpretation you would give to this provision. – The novelty of the approach to the disclosure of this question and the personal opinion (opinion of the team) is assessed
Round 3. – Presentations and speeches on the third question all teams take part in
Problems and solutions of using state symbols in everyday life. (Comparison of the law “On State Symbols” and its practice – examples from life: when state symbols are used correctly or incorrectly). – The novelty of the approach to the disclosure of this issue and the personal opinion (opinion of the team) is assessed
Our team “Human Rights Defenders” won first place.