The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is a regional centre of postgraduate education and a forum for regional security dialogue and research in Central Asia
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is a regional centre of postgraduate education and a forum for regional security dialogue and research in Central Asia
Providing skill-building training for young journalists, policy experts and conflict resolution specialists is one of the key parts of the Academy’s mission in Central Asia
Providing skill-building training for young journalists, policy experts and conflict resolution specialists is one of the key parts of the Academy’s mission in Central Asia
The OSCE Academy hosts scholarly conferences and expert discussions on matters pertaining to the regional security and development in Central Asia and beyond
The OSCE Academy hosts scholarly conferences and expert discussions on matters pertaining to the regional security and development in Central Asia and beyond
The OSCE Academy is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 520 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
The OSCE Academy is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 520 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
Academic honesty, professional competence and commitment to the development of Central Asia are key features of successful students of the Academy
Academic honesty, professional competence and commitment to the development of Central Asia are key features of successful students of the Academy
  • Trainee for the Research and Training Unit
    17 March - 28 March, 2021
14 April, 2021

OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ann Linde visits the OSCE Academy

On 13 April the OSCE Academy was honored to welcome the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden, Ann Linde, who visited the Academy within her official visit to Kyrgyzstan. The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office was accompanied by Ambassador of Sweden to Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic, Christian Kamill, Head of the Task Force for Swedish Chair of the OSCE, Ambassador Petra Lärke, Head of the OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, Ambassador Pierre von Arx, and Head Central Asia Desk at OSCE Secretariat, Conflict Prevention Centre (CPC), Kristin Höltge.
  • 6 April, 2021

    Project Officer of the Conflict Prevention Centre of the OSCE discussed the Cross-Border Travel of Foreign Terrorist Fighters with Students

    On April 2 Ms. Albina Yakubova, Project Officer at the Conflict Prevention Centre of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), e-visited the OSCE Academy in Bishkek to deliver the online lecture on the role of the OSCE’s Transnational Threats Department (TNTD) in addressing cross-border travel of foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs). During her career, Ms. Albina Yakubova contributed to the implementation of UNODC’s various technical assistance projects on precursors control, crime and terrorism prevention...
  • 1 April, 2021

    Students of OSCE Academy met British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan

    On 1 April the OSCE Academy was honoured to welcome British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan H.E. Charles Garrett, who visited the Academy to deliver a guest lecture to our MA students. The theme of the lecture was the Integrated Review of the UK Foreign Policy, published on 16 March 2021.
  • 26 March, 2021

    UNICRI Expert presented the Global Perspective on the AI enabled Crime and Crime Prevention

    On 26 March Mr. Irakli Beridze, Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), e-visited the OSCE Academy in Bishkek to address the use of AI to ensure law and order. He delivered the online lecture on Global Perspective on the AI enabled Crime and Crime Prevention. This lecture was a part of the course ‘Contemporary Security Issues’ taught by Dr. Elena Zhirukhina within MA Programme in Politics and Security.
  • 26 March, 2021

    The “Perspectives 20-30 Online Academy” launches: the OSCE amplifies Youth Voices for a Safer Future

    On 26 March thirty two young professionals and students from 29 OSCE participating States began the nine-month “Perspectives 20-30 Online Academy”. The Office of the OSCE Secretary General, in partnership with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe strongly supports this initiative.
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