Wilson Center Projects
Russia's Migration Policy and its Implications for Central Asian Labor Migrants: Reassessing the Risk of Religious Radicalization
Farrukh Irnazarov is a Co-Founder at RANSIF Group and Central Asian Development Institute. He has been working on economic development, good governance, and migration issues for 15 years and he managed and conducted research projects for the IOM, World Bank, ADB, UNDP GIZ, USAID, GDN, Volkswagen and Gerda Henkel Foundations. From 2014-15, he was a Visiting Researcher at the Johns Hopkins University and George Washington University in Washington, DC. Previously, he worked for the University of Applied Sciences Goettingen, National College of Ireland, Schwarzkopf and Henkel and Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations of Uzbekistan. He also gives master classes on leadership, communication and interviewing in difficult environments.
“Risk Analysis on Return Migration and Challenges in Central Asia”, Astana, International Organization for Migration.
"Toward Smart City Development in Central Asia: A Comparative Assessment", Central Asian Affairs, Vol. 4, Issue 1.
"Migrant Vulnerabilities and Integration Needs in Central Asia", Astana, International Organization for Migration.