UCA’s Institute of Public Policy and Administration and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) conducted a summer school on Labour Markets in Central Asia from 13 to 25 July 2014 in Issyk Kul, Kyrgyz Republic. Twenty participants from Central Asia learnt key themes of labour economics, discussed labour market issues and were introduced to relevant research and policy analysis methods. Sessions included lectures, class discussions, group work and data analysis exercises.
The programme was part of the Gender and Labour Markets in Central Asia project funded by the Institute for the Study of Labor and the United Kingdom Government Department for International Development through the Growth and Labour Markets in Low Income Countries Programme (GLM | LIC). > View full story
Central Asian researchers, young professors, doctoral students and government officials, with UCA and SIPRI representatives at the summer school on Labour Markets in Central Asia in Issyk Kul, Kyrgyz Republic.
Professor Armando Barrie ntos of Manchester University presents on Social Policies and Labour Markets.
(From left to right) Ainura Turdalieva, Burulcha Sulaimanova, Ailuna Shamurzaeva, Tchoro Seitov, Meerim Ruslan discuss their group work.
Participant Ajar Jolonbaeva commentsraises discussion points on the labour markets and health in Uzbekistan during on a lecture.
Professor Tilman Brueck of SIPRI lectures on Labour Markets in the Context of Vulnerability: A Research Perspective.
Akylai Muktarbek of the American University of Central Asia and Bakhrom Mirkasimov of Vanderbilt University facilitate a small group work session.
Professor Kathryn Anderson of Vanderbilt University speaks on Gender and Labour Markets.