Central Asia: Saving Our Cities

Highlighting how citizen activism can protect the region’s housing and heritage.

Central Asia: Saving Our Cities

Highlighting how citizen activism can protect the region’s housing and heritage.

Sherdor Madrasa in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
Sherdor Madrasa in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. © Teseum/Flickr
Monday, 24 May, 2021

IWPR, in cooperation with the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) is holding an online discussion on the dangers of chaotic urban development across Central Asia.
 
The May 25 event will look at how urban planning has changed since the Soviet era and how regional heritage is at risk in some historic areas.
 
The panel of speakers include FPC research fellow Dilmira Matyakubova, AUCA Associate Professor Emil Nasritdiov and Xeniya Mironova, independent researcher.

We would like to kindly ask you to register for the meeting. More details about the event are available here.

Date: Tuesday May 25, 2020
Time: 10am Washington DC / 3pm London / 7pm Dushanbe/Tashkent / 8pm Bishkek/Nur-Sultan
 

This publication was prepared under the "Amplify, Verify, Engage (AVE) Project" implemented with the financial support of the Foreign Ministry of Norway.

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