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За демократию и права человека в Туркменистане  For Democracy and Human Rights in Turkmenistan
Getting A Dream Job In Turkmenistan: Myths And Reality

Ayna Batyrova

This essay is based on personal experience of the job search in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan that lasted for about a month and a half.

Every year, thousands of graduates finish their studies and leave in search of a job. It is not an easy process, although very good knowledge of a certain society and its mentality can be an important key in finding favorable position with a suitable company or organization. What are the most effective job search techniques? The answer to the question depends on particular country and place of potential employment. In all likelihood, the most applied techniques of finding a job in the western part of the world are writing a proper CV and cover letter; having an updated LinkedIn profile; connecting… >> подробнее

OSCE And U.S. Policy Toward Turkmenistan

Bruce Pannier

On The Eve Of Afghan Drawdown

International human rights groups and media freedom organizations perennially list Turkmenistan as having one of most abusive regimes in the world.

Turkmenistan is a troublesome partner. The country needs outside help to develop its vast energy resources but shuns a foreign presence on its soil or any foreign advice about how the county should be run. International human rights groups and media freedom organizations perennially list Turkmenistan as having one of most abusive regimes in the world. That should make Turkmenistan an unlikely party to be a member of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), but it is a member, though the country's participation is difficult to see… >> подробнее

Monitoring the Use of Forced Labor in Turkmenistan — Part I

Alternative Turkmenistan News

Lebap regional officials are scrambling to finish the harvest before the beginning of the Conference of the Council of Elders, scheduled for October 20 in their region.

Executive summary: Despite the official denial of forced labor and the existence of laws that prohibit the use of forced labor, the government of Turkmenistan continues to subject a significant part of the population to forced labor. Last fall, the Alternative Turkmenistan News (ATN) reported at length on forced labor in Turkmenistan during its cotton harvest. ATN described in detail how tens of thousands of civil servants (including school teachers, doctors and employees of various state enterprises) were forced, under the threat of dismissal, to spend four months (from late August until late… >> подробнее

12.10.2014 More Action Needed against Enforced Disappearances
08.10.2014 Closing Reinforced Plenary: Any Other Business
07.10.2014 A New U.S. Human Rights Policy Towards Turkmenistan
07.10.2014 Central Asian States Are World’s Leading Water Wasters
27.09.2014 Turkmenistan: Reports Opens Window On Torture
20.09.2014 Turkmenistan Armed Forces Reportedly Cross Afghanistan Border
01.09.2014 Letter to Missions of OSCE Participating States on Day of Disappeared
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28.10.2014, 15:21 Turkmenistan Celebrates 23rd Anniversary Of Independence
24.10.2014, 01:49 Uzbek President Starts Visit To Turkmenistan
20.10.2014, 22:25 Radio Azatlyk profiles The Disappeared in Turkmen language
26.09.2014, 10:33 The «Prove They Are Alive!» campaign held a briefing in Warsaw
23.08.2014, 07:05 Turkmen Defy Officials In Rare Public Protest
17.07.2014, 20:15 Central Asia Plus Japan Dialogue Holds Session In Bishkek
17.07.2014, 20:10 Turkmenistan To 'Widen' Diplomatic Ties With Kyrgyzstan
16.07.2014, 15:42 President Berdimuhamedov meets with representatives of Turkmenistan’s diplomatic missions abroad
13.07.2014, 13:09 Video Claims to Show Turkmen Fighter in Ukraine
09.07.2014, 23:41 OSCE Asks Turkmenistan To Prove They Are Alive
09.07.2014, 23:37 Family Of Turkmen Conscript Say He Died In Hazing Incident
05.07.2014, 08:49 Turkmen President reviews designs of facilities at Avaza National Tourist Zone
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