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
  • Vacancy Announcement: International Office Assistant
    21 November - 15 December, 2019
  • Capacity Building of Young Researchers from Central Asia and Afghanistan in Water Policy Studies
    22 October - 10 January, 2019
  • Call for Applications for Master of Arts Programmes 2020-2021
    16 September - 20 December, 2019
11 December, 2019

Workshop on “Strategies of Academic Survival: writing approaches and publication strategies”

On 10 December, the OSCE Academy conducted a workshop on “Strategies of Academic Survival: Writing Approaches and Publication Strategies,” led by Dr. Abel Polese, Senior Research Fellow at Dublin City University, Ireland. The workshop based on his book: “The SCOPUS Diaries and the (il)logics of Academic Survival: A Short Guide to Design Your Own Strategy and Survive Bibliometrics, Conferences, and Unreal Expectations in Academia” and aimed at young researchers, post docs and PhD students to help them to design writing and publication strategies.
  • 5 December, 2019

    Public Lecture on "Operation Reality of the Belt and Road Initiative in Central Asia"

    On 2 December, Ms Niva Yau Tsz Yan, Junior Research Scholar at the OSCE Academy delivered a Public Lecture on "Operation Reality of the Belt and Road Initiative in Central Asia." During the lecture, Ms. Yau provided data on BRI policy and BRI projects implementation in Central Asian states from China’s perspective shown through governmental documents.
  • 28 November, 2019

    Round table on “Dialogue on Migration” was held at the Academy

    On 26 November, the OSCE Academy conducted a round table titled “Dialogue on Migration” as part of the Seminar on analytical writing in Kyrgyz language, which was held from 4 to 8 November at the OSCE Academy. Participants of the training presented their papers on topics related to Migration, Agriculture and Changes in rural areas. Mr. Akylbek Tashbulatov, Director of the Centre for Support of International Protection, Mr. Nurlan Sagynaliev, Head of Migration Department under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic and Ms. Gulkayir Apasova, Head of the Department of Gender Issues, Ministry of Labor and Social Development, attended the event and discussed current situation on migration in the country, as well as gave their points of view on the papers of the training participants.
  • 26 November, 2019

    Students of the IUCA visits the Academy

    On 26 November, students of the International University of Central Asia (IUCA) visited the OSCE Academy and listened to presentation by Ms. Kalbiu Argynova, Librarian/Archivist on how to work with online library catalog and use the electronic databases. Furthermore, the students had a chance to take a quick tour around the Academy and to learn more about its MA Programmes.
  • 26 November, 2019

    Finnish Ambassador visits the OSCE Academy

    On 25 November, H.E. Mr. Mikko Kivikoski, Ambassador of Finland to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, visited the OSCE Academy. Dr. Alexander Wolters, Director of the Academy, and Ms. Indira Satarkulova, Deputy Director of the Academy, welcomed the Ambassador and presented recent updates and latest developments of the institute.
Public Lecture “Belts and Roads Initiative Policy Framework I: Entrepreneurship”
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