RESULTS RESOURCES: 189 documents found


2019

26 June 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Almaty: Values, Identities and the Problem of Modernisation in Central Asia
This lecture will cover the modernisation of Central Asian countries, leveraging concepts from cognitive sociology (such as values, identities, institutes and types of social systems), and highlighting the importance of socio-cultural institutes in the modernisation of the state, society, economics and politics. It will also explore the degree of success of social modernisation projects. The lecturer sees modernisation as a transition to another level of socio-cultural complexity, which significantly exceeds the current condition of our society. At the current level (as determined by the socio-cultural theory of society), it is not sufficient to ensure adequate self-reflection on the condition of the society and possibilities for modernisation.
Other languages: Русский язык |

22 June 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Dushanbe: National Development Strategy of the Republic of Tajikistan for the Period up to 2030: New Approach and Implementation Stages
The external environment is rapidly changing and setting new objectives for the country in the 21st century. The successful achievement of such objectives is extremely important to consolidate the society, preserve national identity, and achieve broader progress. In 2016, the Republic of Tajikistan adopted the National Development Strategy up to 2030, which establishes three main principles for future development of the country including prevention, manufacturing and innovation.
Other languages: Русский язык |

13 June 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Almaty: Sustainable Development of Tourism in the Republic of Kazakhstan: Global and Local Contexts
What are the principles and solutions for sustainable development of tourism in Kazakhstan? What mechanisms of this complex process are rooted in the socio-economic development of the country? The lecture will answer these questions, and share the lecturer’s views on addressing certain issues, related to development of modern tourism.
Other languages: Русский язык |

07 June 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
CHHU Public Lecture, Naryn: An Ethnography of Naryn River Life: When and How Does the River Matter in Naryn Province?
Thе lecture will draw on ethnographic fieldwork, archival work and media analyses between 2014 and 2018 on attitudes towards crucial water bodies in Central Asia such as the Syr-Darya river and holy lake Issyk-Kul. With head water glaciers melting and attempts to build new dams at a number of sites, water politics not only reflect relationships between riparian neighbor states, but also attitudes among riparian residents with different livelihoods and dependencies on rivers and lakes.
Other languages: Кыргыз тили |

31 May 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
History of Airlines in the Pamirs: Geographic Isolation and Ways Out
The lecture will discuss the little-studied history of civil airlines in different areas of Pamir from 1929 through 1993. In 2013-2018, the lecturer was engaged in a research project, and collected significant number of materials from state’s archives in the Pamirs, as well as individual and family photos. Using the collected data, the lecturer conducted objective analysis of the events, related to the history of airlines in the Pamirs. The paradox is that geographical isolation of the Pamirs and market economy make flights to the Pamirs progressively less available, and sometimes flights might not be available several months in a row. In light of this, building on his assumptions and recommendations the lecturer will engage the audience into discussion to find solutions for this problem.

Other languages: Русский язык |

28 May 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Bishkek: Different Journalism in Kali Yuga Era
The lecturer will encourage us to think about pending issues and complex challenges that the current age puts forward in contemporary journalism. The politicization of media and manipulation of mass communication have cast doubts on its very foundation – freedom of speech and ethics code of journalists. The growing disparity between traditional and social media and the normalization of “fake news” puts journalists and the thinking public in a difficult situation. There are no universal solutions, and each journalist has to make his or her own choice. The lecture is aimed at representatives from the media and the general public.
Other languages: Русский язык |

18 May 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Dushanbe: Formation of Personality Through Music: Simple Conversations and Complex Subjects
The way a pianist uses undertones and technical solutions are often interconnected with how that person understands music and their own self. The process of playing and training highlights the various sides of human individuality (both strong and weak), and such dialog facilitates formation of human personality. Dilbar Khakimova will cover the the importance of in-depth and honest dialog between the musical script (composer) and its interpretation (by the performer) in the education of the young generation, as an efficient pedagogical approach to formation of personality. She will also present theoretical conclusions, and substantiate them with examples from her pedagogical experience.

Other languages: Русский язык |

03 May 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
IPPA Public Lecture, Tashkent: Child-Friendly Urban Development
The lecture aims to discuss newly defined Child Rights and Urban Planning principles, to put forward concepts and instruments that allow urban stakeholders to engage in evidence-based decision making for the development of sustainable cities where children live in healthy, safe, inclusive, green and prosperous communities.
Other languages: Русский язык |

02 May 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
UCA Public Lecture, Khorog: The Psychology of Happiness and Well-being
This lecture will explore recent research from the fields of sociology and neuro-science that helps us understand the misconceptions we have about our life satisfaction and some of the steps we can take both as individuals and as communities to increase an overall sense of well-being. Through a review of recent research, panel discussion and personal reflections, we will examine the roots for living a meaningful, healthy and happy life and we will consider what campuses, communities and countries can do to promote well-being as part of their core mandate.
Other languages: Русский язык |

30 April 2019 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Youth and Unemployment: Challenges and Solutions
Today, our planet’s population includes almost two billion young adults and teenagers. Most of these young people come from emerging nations, and they can either make their home countries as new world leaders, or destroy them. This lecture will propose major solutions for unemployment among youth.
Other languages: Русский язык |

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