Kyrgyzstan


Welcome to the Kyrgyzstan page! The ILO acitivities in Kyrgyzstan are coordinated by the ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team and Country Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. More

What's new

  1. Employers’ Organizations discuss membership strategies

    22 November 2018

    In collaboration with the ILO International Training Center (ITCILO) in Turin, ILO Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia has organized a Sub-regional training on Membership strategies and Service design and delivery, which was held on 19 - 21 November 2018 in Moscow, Russia.

  2. Head of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development Discusses Labour Issues with the ILO Representatives

    31 October 2018

    Ulukbek Kochkorov, Minister of Labour and Social Development, had a meeting with Leo Sibbel, representative of the Decent Work Technical Support Team and ILO Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

  3. Comprehensive Review of Labour Legislation in Kyrgyzstan

    29 October 2018

    Further to an agreement between the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, the ILO has conducted a comprehensive review of labour legislation in Kyrgyzstan against relevant ILO Conventions, as well as the realization of the relevant policy decisions. The review results were presented in Bishkek.

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.

Multimedia

  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!".