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.
On 6 November students of the Economic governance and development programme together with AUCA students attended a presentation of representatives of the International Monetary Fund on regional economic outlook in the Caucasus and Central Asia.
On 7 November the OSCE Academy conducted a presentation of the Report on Summer School of Contemporary Journalism (Russian version) for the local media community.
On 4 November the OSCE Academy in Bishkek signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with The Kazy Dikambaev Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic.
On 4 November students of the MA in Politics and Security Programme will have a chance to exchange views with experts about the fine line between the protection of civil rights and state security threat during a round table on human rights.
On October 27 students and faculty of the OSCE Academy had the opportunity to discuss bilateral invesment treaties (BIT) and the practice of investment protection in Central Asia with Dr. Lise Johnson, Head of Investment Law and Policy, at Columbia University’s Center on Sustainable Investment.
13-17 October - the students of the Politics and Security Master programme participated in the OSCE module
On 30 September the OSCE Academy held a presentation of the new book "Crisis Response in Kyrgyzstan’s Recent Experience: Lessons for the Future " edited by Aida Alymbaeva (Kyrgyzstan) and Todor Togars (Bulgaria).