Resources: Kyrgyzstan

  1. Issyk-Kul seminar focuses on gender equality and youth employment

    01 August 2007

    Gender equality, employment and youth problems were high on the agenda of the national workshop held in Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, on June 19-21. The workshop was organized within the framework of the ILO/Netherlands project on boosting youth employment.

  2. Eleven CIS countries adopt international occupational safety and health standards.

    28 June 2007

  3. Tashkent hosts conference on occupational safety and health.

    25 May 2007

    On May 21-24, Tashkent hosted a conference on occupational safety and health problems organized by the Council of Trade Unions Federation of Uzbekistan.

  4. Report: Local situation analysis in Kizil-Kia town of Batken oblast of Kyrgyzstan

    09 April 2007

    Written by: Gulmira Asanbaeva and Aziz Kirgizbaev, BYE Project staff KIZIL-KIA, BISHKEK, MOSCOW 2007

  5. Report of the School-to-work Transition Survey in Kyrgyzstan, Makiko Matsumoto

    17 December 2006

  6. Decent Work Country Programme signed in Kyrgyzstan.

    26 November 2006

    On November 24 the ILO and its tripartite partners signed the Decent Work Country Programme for 2006-2009.

  7. Increasing employability of disadvantaged young women and men and other marginalized groups in Caucasus and Central Asia through skills development and entrepreneurial education (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 January 2006

    Project RER/04/52/NET

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. Draft National Employment Programme Discussed at Workshop in Bishkek

    20 July 2004