Rights groups are becoming increasingly concerned that the Afghan government is willing to surrender women's rights t
Uzbek authorities recently held a roundtable to discuss increasing the participation of women in political life, the
Kazakhstan's authorities will formulate a five-year plan paving the way for women to be given a broader role in the n
If you believe Central Asian women are reluctant to take part in politics, then think twice.
Another woman has joined the presidential race in Kazakhstan, becoming the third female candidate to stand against th
Unnoticed by many, Kazakhstan now ranks ahead of some of its EU partners according to the World Economic Forum's Glob
UN Secretary-general Ban Ki- moon is in Central Asia following recent unrest in the region to discuss empowerment of
When Roza Isakovna Otunbayeva was selected to be President of Kyrgyzstan, she became the first woman head of state in
More women could emerge as powerful political figures in Kyrgyzstan as the country prepares for weekend elections, a
Equal gender rights have always been a guaranteed indicator for the social development of a country.
This past March, Pat Mitchell, President and CEO of The Paley Center for Media, hosted a round table discussion in co
The Regional Gender Community of Practice (CoP) includes UNDP CO gender focal points, gender advisors and analysts, g
The following video of an interview with Tolekan Ismailova (Kyrgyzstan), Director of the Citizens Against Corruption,
Building the capacity of national police personnel to protect women's rights is the focus of a three-day OSCE-support