RESULTS RESOURCES: 188 documents found


2012

26 June 2012 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Stimulating Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Small Market Economy: Lessons and Evidence from Other Countries by Dr Geoff Gregson
This lecture will discuss key elements of innovation systems in small market economies that are critical for stimulating and supporting new venture creation, university-industry collaboration and the flow of risk capital.
Other languages: Русский язык |

08 June 2012 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Remittances, Transfers and Education in Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic by Prof Kathryn H. Anderson
Educational development is one of the keys to local economic development. This lecture describes the findings of a study examining the impact of transfers from international migrants and internal donors on education development in the two poorest countries in Central Asia, Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic.
Other languages: Русский язык |

25 April 2012 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
The Perestroika Period in Central Asian Societies: History and Collective Memory by Dr Irina Morozova and Dr Gulnara Aitpaeva
The re-conceptualisation of socialist socio-historical and cultural legacies that began during Perestroika impacted public and academic understandings of how the whole region of Central Asia is now shaped.
Other languages: Русский язык |

03 February 2012 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Nursing Education, Profession and Practice in Bishkek: A Situational Analysis by Salima Somani
This lecture will present findings and recommendations of a situational analysis of nursing in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, undertaken in 2011 on behalf of the University of Central Asia. The aim of the study was to generate a clear understanding of the healthcare system in Bishkek, with a focus on nursing education and professional practice.
Other languages: Русский язык |

2011

13 December 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Non-electoral protest groups in an electoral environment: the ‘new settlements’ of Bishkek and the 2011 presidential elections in Kyrgyzstan by Dr John Heathershaw
This lecture describes three case studies of non-electoral protest groups by so-called ‘land-grabbers’ (zemlyazakhvatchiki) in the new settlements (novostroyka) of Bishkek during the 2011 Presidential Elections in the Kyrgyz Republic. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

02 December 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Achievements and drawbacks of National Scholarship Testing in Kyrgyzstan by Dr. Duishon Shamatov
A scholastic aptitude test called National Scholarship Test (NST) was introduced in the Kyrgyz Republic in 2002 to assess secondary school graduates and provide them with opportunities to fairly qualify for state-funded seats at universities.
Other languages: Русский язык |

18 November 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Film Screening - The Desert of Forbidden Art by Amanda Pope and Tchavdar Georgiev
18 November 2011 - The incredible story of how a treasure trove of banned Soviet art worth millions of dollars is stashed in a far-off desert in Uzbekistan that develops into a larger exploration of how art survives in times of oppression. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

27 October 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Social Dynamic and Conflict: A Study of Public Opinion in South Kyrgyzstan by Asel Murzakulova, Policy Expert, Polis Asia, Bishkek.
The main goals of the research was to investigate: (i) conflict and social resistance to conflict; (ii) experiences and practices of the institution of mediation in the contemporary cities of Osh and Jalal-abad; (iii) sociocultural stereotypes such as conflict potential; and (iv) understanding and interpretation of terms such as authority and power by the contemporary society.  In this presentation, Ms Murzakulova, a Policy Expert at Polis Asia, provides an overview of findings from these studies.

13 September 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Roundtable on Еffects of Migration on Rural Livelihoods and Families in Central Asia by Antje Elisabeth Kröger, Bakhrom Mirkasimov and Lira Sagynbekova
This roundtable brings together three interrelated research topics on the affects of migration on rural livelihoods and families in Central Asia. Antje describes how migration affects children's welfare and intra-household decision-making when the household has a migrant. Her research demonstrates that having a migrant in the household increases children's household duties and decreases school enrolment rates, particularly for girls.
Other languages: Русский язык |

29 August 2011 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Exploring Soil Erosion in High Altitude Pastures of Kyrgyzstan (by Maksim Kulikov, Hamburg University)
This lecture presents the preliminary findings of a doctoral study to analyze and compare the situation of soil degradation in four sites of Arslanbab region of Jalalabad region of Kyrgyz Republic. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

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