Resources: Kyrgyzstan

  1. Conference on Decent Work Country Programme priorities

    11 December 2009

    The sub-regional conference to set up the Decent Work priorities and anti-crisis response in five CIS countries – Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Russian Federation and Tajikistan -- was organized by the ILO Moscow Office and the International Training Centre, Turin, in Baku on December 10-11.

  2. Report on the Almaty Conference, 2009

    08 December 2009

  3. Almaty Ministerial Declaration, 2009

    08 December 2009

  4. UN Ministerial Conference meets to review social policy options for a region, hard hit by the global economic crisis

    07 December 2009

    The global economic and financial crisis has affected all countries, and Kazakhstan was no exception. In early 2009 the country faced a difficult situation on the labour market, particularly in oil- and gas-producing regions, Gulshara Abdykalikova, Kazakhstan's Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Population told participants and guests at the opening of the UN Ministerial Conference on the Social Impact of the Economic Crisis in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Turkey.

  5. The Human Development Impact of the Global Crisis in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, and the CIS

    07 December 2009

  6. The Impact of the Global Economic and Financial Crisis on Food Security and the Agricultural Sector

    07 December 2009

  7. The Budgetary Response to the Crisis in the Region

    07 December 2009

  8. A stimulus package for the poor? Social protection in times of crisis and beyond

    07 December 2009

  9. Promoting decent employment in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Turkey

    07 December 2009

  10. UN Ministerial Conference on the Impact of the Global Economic and Financial Crisis on Food Security and the Agricultural Sector

    7 - 8 December 2009

    This Conference brings together the Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs and senior officials from the Ministries of Labour, Finance/Economy and Agriculture of the 13 countries, as well as high-level representatives of the United Nations system, international and regional financial institutions (IFIs), regional organizations, bilateral cooperation agencies, international employers' and workers' organizations, civil society and regional academia.