American University of Central Asia - AUCA - PUBLICATIONS


Final Report TSPC AUCA, 2017 - 2018 

Monitoring of implementation of the labor migrants’ rights from Kyrgyzstan

in Russian Federation and Republic of Kazakhstan

in accordance with the terms of accession

of the Kyrgyz Republic to the EAEU Protocol

Report here


Final Report TSPC AUCA, 2017

Problems of regulation of internal migration
in the Kyrgyz Republic: the role of state agencies and
of local self-government agencies in this process

Report here


Final Report TSPC AUCA, December 2016

Analysis of the Labor Market Situation in the Russian Federation

for Purposes of Efficient Employment of Migrant Workers

from the Kyrgyz Republic and the Republic of Tajikistan


 Report here



Contains an analytical study of media products

for Kyrgyz migrants in Russia

commissioned by TSPC, AUCA, 2016 

Media and Information Space of

a Kyrgyz Migrant Worker in Russia:

Experience in Issue Formulation


Report here



Evaluation report, 2015

Outcome  Harvesting of the Programme

"Central Asia on the Move"

 Report here



Final study TSPC AUCA, 2014 – 2016

Violence against children: public awareness and attitudes

project "Stop the Violence Against Children"

of the Public Foundation "Center for the Protection of Children"

Report here



Unified Report on Migration in the Kyrgyz Republic 

Report here 



       Respect and Protection of Fundamental Rights in the Kyrgyz Republic

- Analysis to support the compliance of national legislation with

constitutional and international human rights obligations


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Program to Enhance the Capacity of NGOs and Institutions

to Advocate for Implementation of Human  Rights Decisions

and Standards to Prevent Torture for Kyrgyzstan

- Final Report on Modern Practices


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       Analysis of the NCO Development Enabling Environment


Read the results of the survey and focus-group discussions in  

Simplifying the propiska: Realising the benefits of Internal migration


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Best Practices in Protecting Labor Migrants’ Rights and Perspectives of their Application in Kyrgyzstan
Report and recommendations  


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Best practices in assisting labor migrants from Kyrgyzstan in Russia 


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International experience on protecting of labor

migrants' rights and its application to Kyrgyzstan


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Stakeholder meeting on the Issues in Question

in the Sphere of Labor Migration           

Roundtable report here


International Experience on Protection of Labor Migrants’ Rights

and Its Application to Kyrgyzstan

Roundtable report here


Stakeholder Dialogue: Seminar on Establishing National

Public Council on Migration

Report here


Protecting Rights of Kyrgyz Labor Migrants: identifying Key Challenges

Research Workshop Report here


Protecting the Rights of Kyrgyz Migrants: Utilizing policy analysis,

public outreach, and stakeholder dialogue to mobilize action

toward reform.

Read the Briefing documet here



CSOs Evolving in Kyrgyzstan, article by Rodger Dillon

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The Jogorku Kenesh and Citizens’ Access:

Parliament’s Website and Related Issues

To read the Policy Note, click here.


Contemporary International Law, Materials and Cases 

Read about the book.

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Compendium on Recommendations for the Kyrgyz Republic from United Nations Human Rights Council, Treaty Bodies, and Special Procedures  

Read about the Compendium.   


Download the full Compendium 




USAID 2011 CSO Sustainability Index for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Read about the Index.

Read the Index. 







USAID 2010 NGO Sustainability Index for for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia

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