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  • Call for Proposals: International workshop “China's Belt and Road Initiative: curse or blessing for democracy in Eurasia?”
    12 March - 14 March, 2021
  • Teaching Vacancies Fall 2020
    11 June - 30 June, 2020
24 June, 2020

OSCE Recruiters conduct Online Recruitment Bootcamp for Alumni

On June 24 the OSCE Academy had its second virtual alumni workshop on "Preparing an Application and Preparing for Interviews with International Organizations" led by the OSCE Recruitment team – Mr. Gustavo Araujo, Chief Recruiter and Head of Talent Acquisition; Saltanat Tursungazieva and Pavel Nalimov, from Talent Acquisition Team.
  • 24 June, 2020

    Experts discuss “Implications of COVID-19 on Climate Change”

    On June 24 the OSCE Academy and, a project of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Central Asia, jointly organized an international online discussion on the “Implications of COVID-19 on Climate Change”. The main questions targeted the pandemic's impact on climate change and how economies will be able to catch up and grow without affecting the environment.
  • 22 June, 2020

    EGD Students Discuss Energy and Environmental Issue with the OSCE Experts

    During the studies at the OSCE Academy, aside from being taught by excellent lecturers and professors, students have an opportunity to meet many experts and practitioners, who join the classes as guest lecturers. Distance learning allows to break geographical borders and expand the circle of experts. On 16 June students of the MA Programme in Economic Governance and Development met experts from the OSCE in Vienna - Mr. Daniel Kroos and Ms. Giulia Manconi.
  • 19 June, 2020

    Experts Discuss Migration and Human Trafficking with the PS Students

    From 15 till 19 June students of the MA Programme in Politics and Security met seven experts within the module “Migration and Human Trafficking” taught by Dr. Daniel Leitch. One of the first Guest Lecturers was Ms. Raushan Bolotalieva, Academy alumna of 2011 and currently the National Programme Manager at UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Kyrgyzstan, who presented the activities of the UNODC in the field of Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants.
  • 19 June, 2020

    ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: OSCE Academy is the best place to connect future leaders of Central Asia

    We would like to present a success story of Danat Tumabayev from Kazakhstan, an alumnus of the OSCE Academy MA Economic Governance and Development, class of 2017. Today, Danat is working as Zhas Orken specialist at the subsidiary of Sovereign Wealth Fund «Samruk-Kazyna» JSC, which initiated a contest amongst the graduates for participation in the two-year Zhas Orken program that aims to attract and prepare future executives and top managers.
Public Lecture: Towards the Implementation of the 2019 European Union's Strategy for Central Asia
Newsletter June 2020