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
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
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 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 is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 520 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
The OSCE Academy is proud of its increasing alumni network that includes over 520 young professionals in Central Asia and Afghanistan
  • Research Fellowships at the Academy in Bishkek
    12 December - 17 January, 2021
  • Call for Applications: 5th OSCE Science for Diplomacy Workshop for Young Researchers from Central Asia and Afghanistan in Water Policy Studies
    20 March - 29 March, 2021
  • Call for Applications: Master of Arts Programmes 2021-2022
    9 October - 20 December, 2020
13 January, 2021

OSCE Academy Researcher receives Albie Award 2020

Congratulations to Niva Yau, OSCE Academy Researcher, on winning the Albie Award 2020 from the Washington Post for her article, jointly written with Tristan Kenderdine, entitled "China’s Policy Banks Are Lending Differently, Not Less." "I am committed to monitoring China’s latest trends and activities abroad because I know that the world is driven by them in every way, winning the Albie award shows to me that I am on the right track. As a young researcher from Hong Kong, I sincerely thank the OSCE Academy for the generous support in the past two and a half years in my research journey studying various topics focusing on China in Central Asia and Afghanistan...” – says Ms. Yau.
  • 24 December, 2020

    OSCE Academy Deputy Director Defends Her PhD Thesis

    On 17 December 2020 during the session of the Dissertation council, approved by the Highest Attestation commission of the Kyrgyz Republic, Satarkulova Indira Sabatbekovna, Deputy Director of the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, has successfully defended her PhD thesis, titled: "Theoretical, legal and constitutional mechanisms ensuring the recognition and enforcement of the decisions of international commercial arbitration in modern Kyrgyzstan", prepared at the edge of 2 specialties.
  • 11 December, 2020

    Certificate Training on International Human Rights Regimes and Law

    From 7 till 11 December the OSCE Academy held online Certificate Training on Certificate Training on International Human Rights Regimes and Law led by Prof. Dr. Anja Mihr, DAAD Associate Professor at the Academy, and a Human Rights expert with a vast academic and practical experience in the field. Overall, 16 participants from Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam received an opportunity to be introduced to the genesis, concepts, standards, laws, agreements and treaties of today’s international human rights law and regimes.
  • 10 December, 2020

    OSCE Academy Director presents at the Board of Trustees meeting

    On 9 December the Board of Trustees of the OSCE Academy met online for the biannual meeting under the Chairmanship of the Head of the OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, Ambassador Dr. Pierre von Arx. Director Dr. Alexander Wolters delivered a presentation on the Academy’s activities that took place in the second half of 2020, with the adjustments to a new reality caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 3 December, 2020

    Young Specialists improve their Project Management Skills

    From 23 November till 3 December the OSCE Academy conducted Project Management training, led by Mr. Ivars Rungis, Chairman of the Board in Latvian National Project Management Association (LNPMA) and a Trainer with more than 20 years of experience in the field. This was an intensive 10-day online training for participants who plan to develop their careers within International Organizations, International Non-Governmental Organizations, etc., and need to improve their theoretical knowledge of Project Management.
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