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About the Tian Shan Policy Center (TSPC)

Tian Shan Policy Center (TSPC) is an international non-profit institution at the American University of Central Asia (69ɫ) which focuses on research, policy advisory, capacity development and project implementation.

Since its establishment in 2011 TSPC promoted the study of Central Asia at the local and international levels and government institutions as the basis for improving the lives of people in new democracies.

TSPC specializes in research on migration (internal and external), sustainable development and environmental protection, human rights, democratic governance of Central Asia.

Alongside the strong evidence based research and policy advisory, TSPC organizes high quality trainings, conferences and events on pertinent topics in the region.




Conclusion of Summer Policy Labs Workshop: advancing sustainable development through collaboration

Today marks the successful conclusion of this year's three-day Summer Workshop on Policy Labs, organized by the Tian Shan Policy Center under the "Learning by Doing: Policy Labs and Civic Engagement" program. This workshop continued our mission of connecting academic policy research curriculums with organizations, practitioners, and policy makers committed to addressing global challenges of sustainable and peaceful development.


Integrating Energy and Resource Efficiency into Kyrgyzstan's Tourism Education Curriculum

Integrating energy and resource efficiency into tourism education in Kyrgyzstan is crucial for sustainable development. With support from the EU funded SWITCH-Asia PERETO project, several universities have updated their curricula to foster a greener future.


69ɫ hosts Geospatial workshop

On May 6 and 7, the American University of Central Asia (69ɫ) hosted Pavel Kiparisov, a Ph.D. candidate at the Central European University (CEU), for an enlightening workshop on geospatial sciences. Organized as part of OSUN's GeoHub project, the workshop, titled "Mapping for Policy Change: A Beginner's Guide to ArcGIS”" was well attended by both 69ɫ and TSI faculty and students.


The Tian Shan Policy Center of 69ɫ and the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Central Asia presented a study on migration and the Migration Yearbook 2023: Influence of the COVID-19 on formation of migration policy of countries of Central Asia and the Russian Federation

The authors of the yearbook are experts: Leyla Delovarova (section on Kazakhstan), Tatiana Zlobina (section on Kyrgyzstan), Dmitry Poletaev (sections on Russia and Turkmenistan), Saodat Olimova (section on Tajikistan), Lyudmila Maksakova (section on Uzbekistan).


Exploring Environmental Challenges: Insights from OSUN's GeoHub Event at Central European University

Within OSUN's GeoHub project, we held the next event at Central European University in Vienna, Austria. On February 23rd, Daniyar Karabaev from the LAS department 69ɫ, Kanat Sultanaliev and Otabek Nigmatov from the Tian-Shan Policy Center 69ɫ, gave a talk for CEU students in the Environmental Studies department.

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