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AKHP Public Lecture May 31st: Impact of Climate Change on the Agricultural Ecosystems of the Pamirs
The Pamirs is one of the largest mountainous regions in Central Asia with rather harsh environment, which nevertheless has certain biodiversity of flora and fauna. Preservation of this biodiversity depends on the climatic conditions and socio-economic performance of the country.
IPPA Public Lecture May 29th: "Reforming Education for Economic and Social Development in Central Asia and Afghanistan"
This lecture provides an overview of education reform in the three Central Asian Republics: the Kyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan following the collapse of the Soviet Union and in post-Taliban ruled Afghanistan.
IPPA Public Lecture May 28th: The Role of Universities in Shaping Urban Development
Several issues associated with cooperation between municipalities and universities will be tackled during the lecture. There will be a special focus on city planning and development, within which the experience of cooperation between Gdansk University of Technology and Polish municipalities will be discussed. In addition, issues associated with developing and implementing the concepts of "smart and attractive cities" will be widely discussed.
AKHP Public Lecture May 26th: Aral Sea: Past, Present and Future
The current lowering of the Aral Sea began more than 50 years ago, and scientists have been discussing this issue since 1961. At the time, the main reason for the water level decline was due to the rapid development of the extensive irrigated agriculture along the two main Central Asian rivers, Amudarya and Syrdarya, and both of them flow into Aral Sea. The water balance of the Aral Sea consisted of the income from river water, atmospheric precipitates and underground flowing with the deduction of evaporation loss. Evaporation always plays very important role in Aral Sea water-fullness in the arid area of water-less deserts.
UCA Public Lecture May 23rd: Blockchain Technology: The New Internet
IPPA Public Lecture: Bubbles on the Steppe: Real Estate Bubble in Kazakhstan
This lecture will describe the patterns of real estate price movements in an emerging upper-middle income economy, Kazakhstan. The country experienced an explosive, 11-fold increase in real housing prices in urban areas between 2000 and 2007, followed by a sharp decline and stabilisation. The lecture will trace the movements across different regions, types of housing, unit size categories, and neighborhood types.
AKHP Public Lecture April 28th: Herbal Therapy
Badakhshan has more than 80 varieties of medicinal herbs that are approved and recommended by modern medicine. The lecture will provide short descriptions of plants, their range of application, chemical compositions, medicinal properties, collection seasons, forms of administration (tincture, tea, or dried product), and side effects.
AKHP Public Lecture April 20th: Culture of Remembrance as a Foundation for Spiritual Revival
AKHP Public Lecture March 31st: Let not whoever has not been associated with culture, be proud of their happiness
The artist has chosen this couplet by Tajik poet and philosopher Nosir Khusrav as some kind of epigraph for the narrative of his vision of life, of an easel painting, and of distinctive features of this type of art. The artist draws inspiration from nature and human spirit. He is fascinated by the diversity and harmony of nature, and by humans who can overcome difficulties. Slow flow of a river that rolls its waters by a steep mountain; multicolored mosaics of flat rocks, covering the river’s bottom and protruding from the clear water not far from the bank. A woman from a mountain village, who washes dishes, sitting on the bank; fresh breeze that caresses her face, making her smile. This environment is her home; it gives her comfort. These are the themes that Mansurov draws in his works. The first painting is entitled The Silk Road and comprises two artworks.
AKHP Public Lecture March 29th: Obstacle Course
This is a motivational lecture that encourages people to set clear goals. This lecture will raise many questions, of which the students will have to answer themselves after they leave the lecture hall.