Resources: Kyrgyzstan

  1. Street campaign for World Day Against Child Labour in Kyrgyzstan

    10 June 2011

    On June 10, a street campaign entitled “Warning! Children in hazardous work - End child labour” devoted to the World Day Against Child Labour started in Kyrgyzstan under support of the ILO and the Republic’s Social Protection Ministry.

  2. Activities for the elimination of child labour in Kyrgyzstan 2005-2010

    30 January 2011


  3. Kyrgyzstan’s pension system faces problems

    26 October 2010

    Kyrgyzstan’s pension system is in a hard situation, said Shamil Atakhanov, the head of a non-state accumulated pension fund.

  4. Tripartite meeting on Labour Administration Facing the Jobs Crisis

    22 September 2010

  5. Thousands of jobs created in southern Kyrgyz town after riots

    18 August 2010

  6. 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.

  7. Report on the Almaty Conference, 2009

    08 December 2009

  8. Almaty Ministerial Declaration, 2009

    08 December 2009

  9. 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.

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

    07 December 2009