RESULTS RESOURCES: 157 documents found


18 June 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
The WOCAT (World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies) Share Fair and 15th Annual WOCAT Workshop and Steering Meeting, Kyrgyz Republic, 21-27 June, 2011
The WOCAT Share Fair on Sharing Sustainable Land Management Knowledge to Respond to Global and Local Issues (Bishkek, 21 to 23 June, 2011)  brought together donors and institutions active in Central Asia and beyond to create synergies, strengthen collaboration and harmonize activities between different stakeholders.

11 June 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
Pastoralism in Central Asia 2011 Symposium
This Symposium was organized by MSRI in partnership with the National Centre of Competence in Research North-South.

09 June 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
Living in Uncertainty: Agro-pastoral Livelihoods and Institutional Transformations in Post-Socialist Rural Kyrgyzstan
Rural Kyrgyzstan experiencing widespread poverty and a considerable divide between the wealthy and the poor, despite twenty years of independence and sustained efforts to reform the rural economy. Drawing on an innovative livelihoods perspective with a focus on institutions, this lecture describes how Kyrgyz agrarian reforms of the 1990s have fundamentally altered rural property relations
Other languages: Русский язык |

22 February 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
UCA Researcher, Dr Kochumkulova presents a case study of Kyrgyz funeral customs
Re-Islamization in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan: A Case Study of Kyrgyz Funeral Customs

18 February 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
University of Central Asia, Central Asian Faculty Development Programme PhD scholarship programmes for the 2011-2012 academic year
The University of Central Asia (UCA) is pleased to announce its Central Asian Faculty Development Programme’s (CAFDP) scholarships for PhD studies in Ethnomusicology and in Mountain Tourism at its partner institution, the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada).

16 February 2011 | ANNOUNCEMENT
Mountain Research and Development: Call for Papers on "Central Asian Mountain Societies in Transition"
Mountain societies in Central Asia have experienced systemic economic, political and environmental changes and have demonstrated varying degrees of resilience and capacities to transition.


30 September 2010 | ANNOUNCEMENT
MPhil/PhD scholarship programmes for the 2011-2012 academic year
University of Central Asia, Central Asian Faculty Development Programme - MPhil/PhD scholarship programmes for the 2011 - 2012 academic year
Other languages: Русский язык |

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