The OSCE Academy holds second round of public policy training

13 May, 2013

Due to the large number of applications received, the OSCE Academy held the Regional Training on regulatory impact analysis and writing of the technical and economic feasibility studies of projects for the second time.

The OSCE Academy conducts training on regulatory impact analysis and legal writing of the technical and economic feasibility studies of projects in the context of national development policies (industrial development, export promotion, infrastructure development) for employees junior to mid-level analytical departments of institutions, ministries and agencies of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

"The OSCE Academy is happy to see growing interest in our training in regulatory impact assessment and feasibility studies. This is why this year we have two rounds of the training, each round attracting participants from several Central Asian states. This training aims at fostering conditions for a better, more transparent and more rational policy making in the region", - said Maxim Ryabkov, Director of the OSCE Academy in Bishkek.

The interactive format discloses subject of state regulation and citizen participation in the political decision-making, special types of analysis: Analysis of the effect on competition; Anticorruption analysis, complex analysis projects, including investment analysis, analysis of the political and social impact analysis of the impact on the environment

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