By the end of January three alumni successfully completed their internships at the Ministries of Foreign Affairs in Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan under the OSCE Academy’s Junior Public Officers’ Programme.
On 28-30 January 2015 Ms Marhabo Yodalieva, the OSCE Academy’s alumna (MA in Politics and Security, 2010) together with Dr Barbara Janusz-Pawletta, from the German-Kazakh University in Almaty, delivered lectures on Water Governance in Central Asia to the MA in Politics and Security students.
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek has published two new policy briefs as part of its Central Asia Security Policy Briefs series.
The OSCE Academy has agreed with its partner institutions about selected students of MA in Economic Governance and Development to complete international internships.
On 4 December three representatives of the OSCE Academy Ms Svetlana Dzardanova, Viktoria Orazova and Tatyana Makarova participated in the communication training, organized by Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI).
On 4 December 2014 two prominent experts spoke at the OSCE Academy on the Ukraine crisis and its potential longer-term repercussions.
On 3 December 2014 the OSCE Academy hosted a public lecture by the US Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic, Pamela Spratlen.
On 24-25 November the OSCE Academy held a two-day workshop on "Respect for the truth: journalistic ethics in the digital age. In search of a cure for manipulation and disinformation. " This two-day seminar was conducted in the framework of our annual alumni meeting of Central Asian School of Contemporary Journalism.
On 17 November a group of Model OSCE Youth Ambassadors and students of The Master of Arts in Politics and Security Programme of the OSCE Academy in Bishkek organized a round table on Contemporary Issues of Central Asia and Afghanistan.
On 10 November Director Pal Dunay attended a one-day Expert Roundtable on Convention Arms Control and Confidence-and Security-Building Measures in Europe.