On 26 September 2014, the 24 students of the Politics and Security programme received their MA degrees during a graduation ceremony, attended by guests from diplomatic corps, governmental and private institutions.
On 12-14 September 2014 the OSCE Academy hosted its 3rd Alumni Conference titled "Central Asia: Comprehensive Security and Sustainable Development".
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek has published Central Asia Security Policy Brief # 16. It is Karolina Kluczewska’s, “Migrants’ re-entry bans to the Russian Federation: the Tajik story.”
On 9-11 September the OSCE Academy conducted a conference “The Helsinki Final Act at 40: Reflections & Prescriptions vis-?-vis the OSCE in Eurasia”.
The MA in Politics and Security Programme started its new academic year on 1 September 2014. This year 28 students were admitted to the programme (7 students, from Kyrgyzstan, 5 students from Kazakhstan, 5 from Tajikistan, 3 from Uzbekistan, 3 from Turkmenistan, 4 from Afghanistan and 1 from the USA).
On 18 - 22 August 2014 the OSCE Academy in Bishkek will conduct professional development training on investment projects analysis and project financing in Tajikistan
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek has published new Policy Brief # 15 by Franco Galdini titled "THE JUNE 2010 ‘EVENTS’ FOUR YEARS ON: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE".
This call is exclusively targeted at the alumni of the OSCE Academy. Graduates of any year and from either of the Master’s programmes may apply. Two alumni will be selected to spend a year at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), starting in January 2015 (pending further project funding).
On 23 June the OSCE Academy started its fifth annual ten-week summer programme for young journalists from Central Asia
On 16 June the OSCE Academy opened a two-week long Certificate programme on Human Rights, Conflict Sensitivity and Project Management.