On October 6, 2016 students of the OSCE Academy met with the parliamentary delegation of Germany on German minority in Kyrgyzstan. Mr Hartmut Koschyk, the Commissioner of the Federal Government on the issues of immigrants and ethnic minorities headed the delegation.
On October 5, 2016 the OSCE Academy in Bishkek opened a conference focusing on the post-communist states and their social, economic and political trajectories in the past quarter century.
We thank him for his work during the last two years.
Over 90 graduates from Central Asian countries and Afghanistan have participated in the event. The OSCE Academy pays a lot of attention to its alumni community.
The main aim of the event is to discuss current issues and build dialogue between experts and policy shapers.
This year, the Academy opened its doors for 25 students on the MA in Economic Governance and Development and 31 students on the MA in Politics and Security.
This programme was carried out in cooperation with the Deutsche Welle Akademie in Bonn since 2010.
Between the 14th to 16th of August 2016 the OSCE Academy held its annual retreat on the shore of the Issyk-Kul lake.
On 10 August 2016 the OSCE Academy in Bishkek and the International Secretariat of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding internships of graduates.
The new programme taught by Dr Nuria Kutnaeva, alumna of the OSCE Academy of 2005, currently working as Inspector at the Defence Council Secretariat and Dr Aijarkyn Kojobekova, Vice-President of the International University of Central Asia.