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  1. A Report to Develop Social Protection Floors Presented in Bishkek

    20 February 2018

    An analytical report to develop social protection floors was presented on February 20, 2018 at a round table in Bishkek. The event was dedicated to the World Day of Social Justice initiated by the Kyrgyz Republic.

  2. Priorities of the National OSH Programme Discussed in Bishkek

    10 February 2018

    At the request of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development of the Kyrgyz Republic, a round-table on “”Priorities for inclusion in the National OSH Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic for the years 2018-2022, and other issues, related to the Programme» was held in Bishkek on 8-9 February 2018.

  3. Meeting of CIS Advisory Council for Labour, Migration and Social Protection

    17 November 2017

    On 17 November, St. Petersburg hosted the 30th anniversary meeting of the Advisory Council for Labour, Migration and Social Protection of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) member states.

Current projects

  1. «From the Crisis towards Decent and Safe Jobs», Phase II

    The development objective of the project is to improve employment opportunities, working conditions and social protection of women and men, by contributing to the implementation of DWCPs in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The project is supported by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.


  1. Video

    Interview: Mr K. Bazarbaev, Minister of Social Development, Kyrgyzstan

  2. Video

    A frank dialogue in an "Open Space"

    In June 2009 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, the International Labour Organization (ILO) organized a two-day "Open Space" session in which young women and young men, employed, unemployed, with different education, met with policy-makers to discuss most challenging issues in the field of education, career guidance, employment and to develop clear proposals for improving the labour market for young people. The decision makers were so impressed with the volume and quality of the proposals and simply said "Wow!".