Current transformation processes and their impact on Central Asia and eastern neighbors discussed in Bukhara
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Current transformation processes and their impact on Central Asia and eastern neighbors is being discussed in Bukhara.
The seminar brought together leading experts, politicians, academic, diplomatic circles and doctoral students to discuss current transformation processes occurring on a global scale and their impact on Central Asia and eastern neighbors.
The main theme of the workshop is the need and need of people to adapt to economic, social and technological conditions through the use of cross-cutting cultural and technical skills. The program will be multi-disciplinary with a focus on academic research and policy projects to reflect current changes in the multidimensional world that link research and practice.
This seminar was organized jointly with the Cambridge Central Asian Forum, Jesus College, the University of Cambridge, the Center for Development Research at the University of Cambridge and the Coordination and Methodological Center for the Latest History of Uzbekistan under the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan. The subsidiary grant is called the “COMPASS Project” and is funded by a study of the global problems of the UK government, and is conducted jointly with the University of Kent, the University of Cambridge, the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, the Tajik National University and the Belarusian State University.