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Call for applications: School of Peacemaking and Media Technologies in Bishkek
Friday, 7 Jun, 2013 – 23:21 | No Comment
Call for applications: School of Peacemaking and Media Technologies in Bishkek

School of Peacemaking and Media Technologies on the basis of the “Network of Social Mediators” Public Foundation is happy to announce a competition for the new Camp for Media Innovations among the officially registered print …

Invitation to Central Asian artists from the 55th Venice Biennale
Tuesday, 4 Sep, 2012 – 5:45 | No Comment

The Central Asian Pavilion at the the 55th Venice Biennale (La Biennale di Venezia), curators Ayatgali Tuleubek and Tiago Bom would like to invite artists to submit proposals of works to be hosted at the …

Media training opportunity with the School of Peacemaking and Media Technology
Saturday, 10 Mar, 2012 – 9:10 | No Comment

The School of Peacemaking and Media Technology announces the start of a new competition for a training session among local Kyrgyz- and Uzbek-speaking journalists, who represent print and online media in Osh, Jalalabat and …

Uzbek slavery in Kazakhstan
Monday, 6 Feb, 2012 – 1:00 | One Comment
Uzbek slavery in Kazakhstan

Translator’s Note: Translated from Jamil’s post (RUS).
On March 14, 2011, Mukhiddin Khojimuradov suggested to his compatriots Khairulla and Sunatullo Yuldashevs from Chinaz region of Tashkent oblast that they move to Kazakhstan’s city of Turkestan, where …

NewEurasia’s TEDx-Bishkek diary (photos, tweets, quotes, oh my!)
Sunday, 16 Oct, 2011 – 15:19 | No Comment
NewEurasia’s TEDx-Bishkek diary (photos, tweets, quotes, oh my!)

Translator’s Note: Originally written by neweurasia’s Nuraika (RUS)
TEDxBishkek. As we had previously announced, last Saturday was the day of TEDxBishkek – the first event of this kind and scale in Bishkek. The actual event took …

Election updates from Kyrgyzstan (October 4th, 2011)
Tuesday, 4 Oct, 2011 – 15:39 | No Comment

Local media are still actively discussing the stalemate situation around 8 contested presidential candidates. Around 50 people went protesting in front of the Central Election Commission today (October 4th) to back those who had previously …

High-speed rail or high speed lie? The debate over the new Afrosiyob train
Monday, 26 Sep, 2011 – 16:06 | One Comment
High-speed rail or high speed lie? The debate over the new Afrosiyob train

Translator’s note: This post is based upon Mashrab’s original from Russian. It is not a literal translation.
Only a few weeks ago, the National information Agency (UzA) — the country’s main propaganda engine — declared the …

Journalism trainings to be held in Astana and Almaty
Sunday, 11 Sep, 2011 – 12:51 | No Comment

“Legal Media-Center” Public Foundation invites journalists for trainings in Astana and Almaty. The initiative is supported by OSCE Center in Astana and is aimed at increasing the journalists’ professional level. The international standards of journalism …

Turkmenistan wisely following the path of Uruguay
Monday, 5 Sep, 2011 – 13:15 | One Comment

Translator’s note: Translated from Abulfazal’s post (RUS), which I thought would be appropriate re: Annasoltan’s Top Story.
Turkmenistan is actually not the first country to computerize its first graders: in 2009, it was Uruguay, where each …

Who benefits from the fratricidal war in Kyrgyzstan? (Part II)
Monday, 29 Aug, 2011 – 11:44 | One Comment

Translator’s Note: The following piece has been translated from Solomon Tihonov’s post. If you have comments/questions directly to the author, please refer to the original (RUS).
It has now been more than year since the …