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You can find Gender Publications below, excluding research papers and studies. The publications cover issues of development of females and males and gender-disaggregated statistics in Kyrgyzstan. You can open or download the publications below by clicking a necessary link:

 

Article "Gender: typical questions and assumed answers". N. A. Shvedova. (Word file - 100 Kb) - in Russian

 

The 2nd Periodic Progress Report on the Millennium Development Goals in the Kyrgyz Republic - 2009. R. Hasanov, M. Karybaeva, K. Ismailov, S. Hasanova. Bishkek. 2009 (PDF file - 11.5 Mb)

 

Publication «CEDAW * in Kyrgyzstan: moving towards faireness» 2009 (in Russian - part 1 - PDF file - 1.42 Mb)


Publication «CEDAW * in Kyrgyzstan: moving towards faireness» 2009 (in Russian - part 2 - PDF file - 820 Кb)
 

NSC Statistics book «Women and Men of the Kyrgyz Republic». Bishkek. 2008 (PDF file - 6 Mb)

 

8th MARCH - TO BE CONTINUED! Women's movement in Kyrgyzstan in photo facts. United Nations Gender Theme Group. The Kyrgyz Republic. 2008 (PDF file - 1.35 Mb)

 

Manual «Land Rights of Women». G. Baimambetova, K. Sadybakasova, B. Kudaibergenov, I. Bainazarov, A. Toktomambetov, J. Dadybaev. Literature editor: Horoshilova I. S. Bishkek. 2008 (in Russian - Word file - 2.27 Mb)

 

 

Booklet 'KYRGYZSTAN and the UN Core Human Rights Treaties'. Bishkek. 2007 (PDF file - 5 Mb) 

 

Functional Review of the National Institutional Mechanism for gender Implementation in the Kyrgyz Republic. UNDP. Bishkek. 2009 (PDF file - 1.9 Mb)

 

Evaluation of ODIHR gender programme work in Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. 2009 (PDF file - 2.3 Mb) 

 

 

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