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Creating plum jobs in Armenia
Tuesday, 3 Dec, 2013 – 14:15 | No Comment
Creating plum jobs in Armenia

Blog Action Day is the one day of the year where thousands of bloggers can work together to focus on one important global topic, and help raise awareness and money for charities and social causes. Join NewEurasia and Oxfam @ http://blogactionday.org/register-to-take-part/

Azerbaijan’s Tartars and Oxfam strawberries ;-)
Tuesday, 16 Oct, 2012 – 17:23 | No Comment
Azerbaijan’s Tartars and Oxfam strawberries ;-)

To mark world food day, Emil Baghirov, a blogger from Azerbaijan, travelled to the Tartar region in the center of the country to find out how Oxfam-supported strawberry farming is changing rural women’s lives. Here are his impressions.

An Impossible Dream
Monday, 15 Oct, 2012 – 1:00 | No Comment
An Impossible Dream

As part of Blogging Action Day, NewEurasia and Oxfam share the story of Arzu Cabbarova, an Azeri woman who overcame personal tragedy in order to set up several organizations that empower women to earn their own income. This is a special guest post from Arzu Geybullayeva, author of “Flying Carpets and Broken Pipelines”.

Announcing the Open Central Asia Book Forum
Monday, 17 Sep, 2012 – 11:59 | No Comment

Press Release from Silk Road Media
On the 24th and 25th of November 2012, in Bishkek, the British companies, Silk Road Media and Hertfordshire Press publishing house, will hold the Open Central Asia Book Forum …

More Russians leaving Uzbekistan for “home”
Monday, 3 Sep, 2012 – 17:13 | No Comment
More Russians leaving Uzbekistan for “home”

This photo, taken by one of the people in the group, shows ethnic Russians in a container yard in Navoiy, en route from Zarafshan to Russia. It was provided to NewEurasia courtesy of Open …

Otunbayeva’s symbolic ballot: Kyrgyzstan’s first-ever peaceful president transition
Sunday, 30 Oct, 2011 – 9:03 | 4 Comments
Otunbayeva’s symbolic ballot: Kyrgyzstan’s first-ever peaceful president transition

“Today Kyrgyzstan is holding presidential elections. For the first time in the history of independent Kyrgyzstan, the presidency is shifting from one person to another in a peaceful way” — and neweurasia has photos of what is arguably the most symbolically important ballot being cast: Roza Otunbayeva’s.

Cyberchaikhana an “un-travel log”, says editor
Thursday, 21 Apr, 2011 – 23:15 | No Comment

Alexey Sidorenko at Global Voices Online interviewed neweurasia‘s during the BarCamp. Check it out: click here.

Essay contest announcement: Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition
Thursday, 1 Oct, 2009 – 19:16 | One Comment

The Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition (GSEC): “engages creative minds around the world to encourage bolder and less conventional business solutions to global poverty.
“Students from around the world—and across fields of study—are invited to find innovative, …

Youth entrepreneurship in times of crisis (essay contest!)
Wednesday, 2 Sep, 2009 – 14:57 | 2 Comments

The Y2Y Global Youth Conference 2009 Essay Competition invites youth to share ideas on: What are the constraints to youth entrepreneurship in your country? Has the global crisis changed the dynamics? How can governments help …

Central Asia needs more bloggers: write for neweurasia!
Monday, 17 Aug, 2009 – 9:00 | 7 Comments
Central Asia needs more bloggers: write for neweurasia!

We are looking for bright young minds (or even old cynical ones) to write commentary and analysis, report breaking news, make webcasts, and post photo-essays. We offer financial compensation on a pay-per-post basis, as well as on a formula basis for special coverage (“blogging assignments”).