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Gulzhan Asylbek kyzy

POSITION AT SIPRI
Research Assistant

Gulzhan Asylbek kyzy

Gulzhan Asylbek kyzy

Gulzhan Asylbek kyzy is a Research Assistant in the Peace and Development Programme. Her work focuses on measuring violence and socio-economic development using available data in conflict and non-conflict environments. Gulzhan is also one of the focal points for the Global Registry of Violent Deaths (GReVD) initiative. Her other main interest areas include measurement of governance and institutional performance, social cohesion and programme evaluation. Formerly, Gulzhan was involved in impact evaluation projects of peacebuilding programmes in Kyrgyzstan. Prior to joining SIPRI, she has worked in policy dialogue and practice in the areas of regional security through traineeships at the US Peace Corps and the EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic.

Subject expertise

Monitoring violence and development impacts, mapping governance indicators, social cohesion, impact evaluation

Regional expertise

Central Asia and Europe

Languages
English, French, Kyrgyz, Russian, Swedish
Citizenship
Kyrgyzstan
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