The event was organized by the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the support of UNDP and the British Embassy in Uzbekistan.
The main goal of the seminar is to discuss the development of administrative reform in Uzbekistan, study foreign practices of improving the civil service by the example of South Korea, the European Union and Kazakhstan, the role of civil servants in society, and the formation of recommendations for the further development of professional civil service in Uzbekistan.
Within the framework of the event, the draft Law “On Civil Service” was discussed, where the participants voiced the main provisions and principles of the normative document, the public discussion of which was completed on June 5 this year.
During the planned three panel discussions, at which the seminar participants discussed the issues of the right status, the career system and competencies, as well as assessing the effectiveness of civil servants.
Total at the seminar were 15 speakers, including the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan Ruslan Davletov, Chairman of the Agency of Kazakhstan for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption Alik Shpekbayev, Director of the ILO Subregional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia Olga Kuliyeva, deputy head of the Ministry of HR management of the Republic of Korea, Tsoy Meng Jin, ILO chief specialist for employment Mikhail Pushkin and head of the EU Delegation to Uzbekistan Eduard Striprais.
Carrying out such events will allow us to work out the right vector for the development of administrative reform in Uzbekistan, create decent working conditions for civil servants, introduce effective labor evaluation tools and increase the attractiveness of the civil service, said Minister of Employment and Labor Relations Sherzod Kudbiev.