Resources: Kyrgyzstan

  1. Project “Combating Child Labour and Human Trafficking in Central Asia. Commitment becomes Action” In Kyrgyzstan Successfully Completed

    10 April 2019

    On 10 April, the city of Bishkek hosted a phase-out workshop to discuss achievements, good practices and lessons learnt in the course of implementation in Kyrgyzstan of ILO-IPEC Project “Combating Child Labour and Human Trafficking. Commitment becomes action” Project (2017- March 2019).

  2. Principles of Social Justice Reaffirm Their Relevance in the ILO Centenary Year: Conference in Bishkek

    20 February 2019

    At a tripartite conference in Bishkek, the International Labour Organisation presented the main conclusions of the Global Commission on the Future of Work’s report “Work for a Brighter Future”. The conference commemorates the ILO centenary and the World Day of Social Justice celebrated annually on February 20.

  3. Actuarial Assessment of the Pension System in the Kyrgyz Republic

    19 February 2019

    The Social Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic has requested ILO's technical assistance to expand the capacity of the dedicated personnel to conduct actuarial assessment and produce evidence for decision making about future of the pension system based on international social security standards.

  4. ILO Joined Kyrgyzstan’s 100 Days Against Trafficking in Persons Campaign

    25 January 2019

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) joined Kyrgyzstan’s 100 Days Against Trafficking in Persons National Campaign which took place in September – December 2018. In the course of the campaign, representatives of the ILO which will mark its centenary year called upon the youth activists and government officers to take a more active stance in promoting the fight against the worst forms of child labour and forced labour.

  5. Preventing Children’s Involvement in the Worst Forms of Child Labour: Action Plan for 2019-2024

    24 January 2019

    On January 24, 2019 a meeting to refine the 2019-2024 Action Plan for preventing children’s involvement in the worst forms of child labour (WFCL) was held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. The working group was formed in May 2018 as part of the 2017-2027 Family Protection and Children Support Programme to be implemented by the Kyrgyz Government.

  6. Мethodology for measuring labour productivity: a roundtable in Bishkek

    14 December 2018

    Together with the National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyz Republic, a round-table was conducted in Bishkek to discuss the methodology for measuring labour productivity and development of additional SDG 8 indicators on Decent Work.

  7. Employers’ Organizations discuss membership strategies

    22 November 2018

    In collaboration with the ILO International Training Center (ITCILO) in Turin, ILO Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia has organized a Sub-regional training on Membership strategies and Service design and delivery, which was held on 19 - 21 November 2018 in Moscow, Russia.

  8. Head of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development Discusses Labour Issues with the ILO Representatives

    31 October 2018

    Ulukbek Kochkorov, Minister of Labour and Social Development, had a meeting with Leo Sibbel, representative of the Decent Work Technical Support Team and ILO Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

  9. Comprehensive Review of Labour Legislation in Kyrgyzstan

    29 October 2018

    Further to an agreement between the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, the ILO has conducted a comprehensive review of labour legislation in Kyrgyzstan against relevant ILO Conventions, as well as the realization of the relevant policy decisions. The review results were presented in Bishkek.

  10. Regional conference on Labour Inspection in NIS

    03 October 2018

    The ILO-ACTRAV, in cooperation with the Pan-European Regional Council of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-PERC) organized a regional conference for the ITUC-PERC affiliates in the Newly Independent States (NIS) on 26-27 September in Tbilisi. The participants discussed challenges of effective functioning of the labour inspections to supervise implementation of labour and occupational health and safety standards. Taking part were trade union leaders, technical specialists and trade union labour inspectors from Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia.