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
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
  • Vacancy: Junior Administrative Assistant
    15 April - 25 April, 2021
14 April, 2021

OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ann Linde visits the OSCE Academy

On 13 April the OSCE Academy was honored to welcome the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden, Ann Linde, who visited the Academy within her official visit to Kyrgyzstan. The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office was accompanied by Ambassador of Sweden to Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic, Christian Kamill, Head of the Task Force for Swedish Chair of the OSCE, Ambassador Petra Lärke, Head of the OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, Ambassador Pierre von Arx, and Head Central Asia Desk at OSCE Secretariat, Conflict Prevention Centre (CPC), Kristin Höltge.
  • 6 May, 2021

    Students learn Best Practices in Conducting Competency-based Interviews for International Organizations

    On 4 May the OSCE Department of Human Resources in Vienna, Austria hosted a Virtual Recruitment Bootcamp for students of the OSCE Academy in Bishkek. The e-event was moderated by Gustavo Araujo, Chief of Talent Acquisition at the OSCE in Vienna, Austria and Sakina Saodatkadamova, experienced HR Officer specialized in Talent Acquisition and Talent Management, Tajikistan.
  • 29 April, 2021

    Experienced Alumni Share Their Expertise within Alumni Generations Exchange Workshop

    On 29 April 2021, the OSCE Academy in Bishkek (OSCE AiB) had its first virtual workshop organised as part of the Alumni Generations Exchange series titled 'How to pursue a Сareer with International Organizations: Practical Strategies'. The e-event gathered more than 30 alumni and current students from all over Central Asia and beyond. The session featured 4 OSCE AiB accomplished alumni who currently hold positions at various UN bodies in Europe and the OSCE Secretariat in Vienna.
  • 20 April, 2021

    Students visit the Russian Embassy in Bishkek

    On 20 April 6 students of the MA Programme in Politics and Security group visited the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Kyrgyz Republic and met with the Head of the Foreign Policy Group Mr. Artem Romanov. During the meeting, they discussed the priorities of the Russian policy in the region; the diplomatic protocol; various transnational threats; cooperation between Russia and Kyrgyzstan within the framework of the CSTO, the Customs Union, and other international organizations.
  • 14 April, 2021

    Experts discussed the Impact of COVID -19 on Migration in Kyrgyzstan

    On 14 April the OSCE Academy held an online-event: “The impact of COVID -19 Pandemic on Migration and Migration Governance in Kyrgyzstan.” The event is organized within the framework of the OSCE Academy’s AGRUMIG project (“Leaving something behind” – Migration governance and agricultural and rural change in “home” communities: Comparative experience from Europe, Asia, and Africa), supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.
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