Resources: Kyrgyzstan

  1. Yevgeny Semenenko was appointed Labour and Social Protection Minister of Kyrgyzstan

    30 September 2005

    On September 30, 2005 Yevgeny Semenenko was appointed by President’s Decree Labour and Social Protection Minister of Kyrgyzstan.

  2. Child labour still acute problem for Kyrgyzstan

    30 July 2005

    The first meeting of the Coordinating Council on Child Labour in Kyrgyzstan was held on July 30. It was chaired by Acting Deputy Prime Minister Ishenkul Boldzhurova.

  3. Draft National Employment Programme Discussed at Workshop in Bishkek

    20 July 2004

  4. Forced Child Labour Will Be Prosecuted In Kyrgyzstan

    19 July 2004

    President of Kyrgyzstan A. Akaev signed a Law On Amendments to the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic On protection of underaged children.

  5. Good Start for Implementing the New Law on Social Dialogue

    13 February 2004

    Trade unions’ and employers’ representatives met on 13-14 February at Issyk Kul, Kyrgyz Republic, to discuss how the new Law on Social Dialogue could be filled with life. In Kyrgyzstan the year 2004 has been declared a Year for Social Mobilization and Responsible Management.

  6. Consolidation under Way: Capacity-building Seminar for the CIS Employers' Representatives

    20 November 2003

    In co-operation with the Manufacturing Association of Israel, the Bureau for Employers’ Activities organized in Israel on 11 - 19 November a seminar for employers' representatives from eight countries of the Community of Independent States: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation and Uzbekistan.

  7. Consolidation under Way: Capacity-building Seminar for the CIS Employers' Representatives

    11 November 2003

    In co-operation with the Manufacturing Association of Israel, the Bureau for Employers’ Activities organized in Israel on 11 - 19 November a seminar for employers' representatives from eight countries of the Community of Independent States: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation and Uzbekistan.

  8. Child Labour report in Kyrgyzstan

    10 October 2001

    There are many children in Kyrgyzstan working in unfavorable and unlawful conditions. Independence has been a serious challenge to the country, and economic instability has led to delays in salary payments, mass unemployment and poverty.