The Tian Shan Policy Center (TSPC) is an innovative nonprofit, public interest organization focused on research, analysis, and implementation of appropriate and effective public policy in the nations and communities of Central Asia.
TSPC specializes in the critical fields of strategic development policy, human rights, and sustainable environment programs, and through its efforts strives to strengthen good governance as the bedrock for efforts to better the lives of the peoples of our emerging countries.
2019 UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report Launch. Migration, displacement and education: Building bridges, not walls
The American University of Central Asia is pleased to invite everyone to the launch of UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report 2019 on May 28, 2019. The theme of the 2019 UNESCO Report is: Migration, Displacement and Education. The launch event is sponsored by the Global Education Monitoring Report Team of UNESCO, Paris.
TSPC AUCA launched the Central Asia Energy News Digest
The Central Asia Energy News Digest is issued twice a month and includes links to energy related news items from various electronic sources focussing on Central Asia. If you would like to share some information related to energy in Central Asia , please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org for distribution among other subscribers.
Competition for the best photo, or video, or essay on migration - for students and schoolchildren of the Kyrgyz Republic
Tiаn Shan Policy Center (TSPC) AUCA invites school and university students to participate in the national competition
for the best artwork on migration in Central Asia.
TSPC of AUCA took part in the event in the framework of the global campaign "Rise for Climate"
Tian Shan Policy Center (TSPC) of AUCA is a member of the Climate Network of Kyrgyzstan and took part in the event in the framework of the global campaign "Rise for Climate" by participating in a discussion on sustainable energy and documenting parts of the event.
An educational migration course for civil servants is being developed in CA
On June 13-15, 2018 a regional training workshop was held in Almaty (Kazakhstan) with the purpose to develop a course on international migration law and return migration within the context of Central Asia.
The course is being developed by working groups from five Central Asian countries and will be used to upgrade the skills of state and municipal employees in the region.
Future plans involve piloting the course in the national educational institutions as well as in public administration training centers and to develop a training manual for Central Asia countries on the basis of the course.
View the essays of the participants in the challenge