CAP Papers 173, September 2016
By Gulzhigit Ermatov
Gulzhigit Ermatov is a Program Officer at the United Nations Children’s Fund in Kyrgyzstan. He has been managing programs on youth and adolescent development, as well as peace-building, for the last five years. His previous professional experience is also with the UN in Kyrgyzstan, in areas of poverty reduction, governance, and conflict prevention. He holds an MA in Political Science from the Central European University. His scholarly interests include issues of governance, informal institutions, and rule of law in Kyrgyzstan and broader Central Asia.
- Propiska as a Tool of Discrimination in Central Asia
- Grassroots Peacebuilding: Cross-Border Cooperation in the Ferghana Valley
- Engaging Youth to Sustain (Inter-Communal) Peace at the Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan Border
- The highly securitized insecurities of state borders in the Fergana Valley
- Bibliography: Religion in Central Asia (Tsarist Period to 2016)