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Public Discussion: The role of volunteers and self-organised groups during the pandemic
Public Discussion: Domestic violence during the lockdown in Kyrgyzstan
The Civil Society Initiative of the University of Central Asia is arranging online discussions in the Live format through Facebook Live.
The discussions are organised as part of the project: “Increasing access to comprehensive and reliable information on Coronavirus for journalists in Kyrgyzstan”, implemented by the Civil Society Initiative and supported by the British Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The online event will bring together representatives of different parties to share information about how the pandemic has affected the lives of people in Kyrgyzstan.
Public Discussion: Impact of the Pandemic on the Kyrgyz Economy and Aid Allocation
Public Discussion: The Role of the Government and Elections During a Pandemic
Beyond the Art Museum: Towards a Theory and Practice of 'Everyday Aesthetics'
CSI Public Lecture: "The impact of the pandemic on Kyrgyzstan's education system"
Call for Proposals: Development of Courses on Coding and Cybersecurity and Provision of Professional Development Training
The Playful Eye: Central Asia Pioneers Online Art Experience
University of Central Asia researchers Dr Soheil Ashrafi (Communications and Media Department) and Altyn Kapalova (Cultural Heritage and Humanities Unit) have collaborated with arts facilitators in Australia and Germany to produce an innovative online experience of Kyrgyz art for audiences around the world.
Learning from Korean Cyber Experience: Virtual Study Visit to Korea Internet Security Agency
The World Bank (WB), with dedicated support from Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA), and Korea World Bank Partnership Facility (KWPF) will host an online workshop “Virtual Study Visit to Korea Internet Security Agency: Learning from Korean Cyber Experience”, in collaboration with the University of Central Asia (UCA) on November 16th at 09:00 am (Bishkek time, GMT+6). The event will be streamed online in English and Russian through Zoom.
Online Public Lecture: Magnetic Resonance & MW Detection of Improvised Explosives and Illicit Materials
The University of Central Asia is pleased to invite you to an upcoming online lecture on "Magnetic Resonance & MW Detection of Improvised Explosives and Illicit Materials" on November 13th at 5:00 pm (Dushanbe time, GMT+5). The event will be streamed online in English through Zoom.