The OSCE Academy hosts scholarly conferences and expert discussions on matters pertaining to the regional security and development in Central Asia and beyond
The OSCE Academy hosts scholarly conferences and expert discussions on matters pertaining to the regional security and development in Central Asia and beyond
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is a regional centre of postgraduate education and a forum for regional security dialogue and research in Central Asia
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is a regional centre of postgraduate education and a forum for regional security dialogue and research in Central Asia
The OSCE Academy is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 550 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
The OSCE Academy is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 550 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
Providing skill-building training for young journalists, policy experts and conflict resolution specialists is one of the key parts of the Academy’s mission in Central Asia
Providing skill-building training for young journalists, policy experts and conflict resolution specialists is one of the key parts of the Academy’s mission in Central Asia
Academic honesty, professional competence and commitment to the development of Central Asia are key features of successful students of the Academy
Academic honesty, professional competence and commitment to the development of Central Asia are key features of successful students of the Academy
  • Call for Applications: Research Assistant
    12 January - 30 January, 2022
  • Call for applications: Junior Administrative Assistant
    12 January - 23 January, 2022
  • Call for applications: 6th OSCE Science for Diplomacy Workshop for Young Researchers from Central Asia in Water Policy Studies
    11 January - 15 February, 2022
  • Trainee for the Research and Training Unit
    24 December - 28 January, 2022
  • Call for Applications: Consultant (Migration Governance)
    22 December - 20 January, 2022
18 January, 2022

Experts Talk about Energy Transit in Central Asia

On 17 January the OSCE Academy in Bishkek in cooperation with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), and the Europe-Central Asia Monitoring (EUCAM) hosted the Open Workshop on “Energy Transition and Central Asia” in a hybrid format, which participants had a chance to join in-person and online.
  • 18 January, 2022

    Public Lecture titled “Rethinking the Interaction between Cryptocurrencies and Citizen Empowerment in Central Asia”

    On 18 January Dr. Michael Lambert, Associate Research Fellow at the OSCE Academy, delivered a Public Lecture titled “Rethinking the Interaction between Cryptocurrencies and Citizen Empowerment in Central Asia”. In the first part of the lecture, Dr. Lambert provided brief information on Cryptocurrency and indicated the strengths and weaknesses of Cryptocurrencies in the context of Central Asian countries.
  • 18 January, 2022

    Helping the State and Ordinary Citizens through Digitalization

    Nuria Kutnaeva is alumna of 2005, MA Programme in Politics and Security from Kyrgyzstan. Director and Founder of the Public Foundation "DigitalTechnology”. Nuria introduced the electronic interoperability system “Tunduk” in the Kyrgyz Republic.
  • 11 January, 2022

    Alumnus of the Year 2021: Rashid Gabdulhakov: “through my work, I aim to spotlight people, places, and cases that are underrepresented, misrepresented, or simply ignored in academia”

    Rashid Gabdulhakov is a graduate of 2013 of the MA Programme in Politics and Security from Uzbekistan. This year Rashid received the Alumnus of the Year 2021 Award for his professional development and achievements after the graduation from the OSCE Academy. On 7 October 2021, Rashid successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Digital Vigilantism in Russia: Citizen-led Justice in the Context of Social Change and Social Harm” and obtained a PhD degree in Media and Communication (Cum Laude). Upon defending, Rashid became an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
  • 21 December, 2021

    Project Management Training for Alumni

    From 13 till 17 December the OSCE Academy conducted a Project Management training (advance level) for alumni, led by Mr. Peteris Rimss, from the Latvian National Project Management Association (LNPMA) and a Trainer with more than 15 years of experience in the field. This was an intensive 5-day training for graduates of the OSCE Academy, who already have some experience in Project management either in International Organizations, International Non-Governmental Organizations, or other institutions, and needed to advance their knowledge of Project Management for further professional growth.
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