Mahabat  Sadyrbek Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Mahabat Sadyrbek

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Max Planck Institute for social Anthropology

Mahabat Sadyrbek is Postdoctoral Research Fellow within the Research Project “Conflict Regulation in Germany’s Plural Society”, in the Department of Law & Anthropology at MPI for social Anthropology. She holds a PhD in Legal Anthropology from the Humboldt University Berlin, Master Degrees in European Studies from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, in Linguistics & IR from the Leibniz University Hannover, Bachelor Degrees in Pedagogy and Law from the Kyrgyz State University.


    Humboldt University Berlin
    Vrije Universitait Brussel
    Leibniz Universität Hannover

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Research Interests
    International Affairs, the European Union’s Policy towards Central Asia, Development Policy, Legal Anthropology, Visual Ethnography, Customary Law (Adat) of Muslim Societies in former Soviet States, Gender Studies, Family Law, Islam, Restorative Justice, Conflict/Dispute Management.

    Research Areas
    Central Asia (Kyrgyz Republic), East-Turkestan (Kyzyl-Suu autonomous state), Turkey, Europe (Germany, Austria, Belgium)

Personal Interests

    Psychology, Language and Literature