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Talk by Dr Elmira Satybaldieva, University of Kent on ‘Grassroots Social Movements in Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic’

When Feb 12, 2021
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Where https://cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMlfu6urT0qHd3vy1uxJi0w_U_11R-Swgmh
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Cambridge Central Asia Forum in collaboration with the Centre of
Development Studies Paper 400 and GCRF COMPASS Project, University of
Cambridge invites you to a talk by

Dr Elmira Satybaldieva, University of Kent

on

‘Grassroots Social Movements in Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic’

Date: 12 February 2021

Time: 11-1pm (UK)

Venue: Zoom (Please register in advance at
https://cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMlfu6urT0qHd3vy1uxJi0w_U_11R-Swgmh)

Biography: Dr Elmira Satybaldieva is a Senior Research Fellow at
Conflict Analysis Research Centre, University of Kent. Her main area of
research interest is politics in the post-Soviet space, with a
particular focus on grassroots activism and international development in
Central Asia. She is currently researching Chinese, Russian and western
investment strategies in Central Asia and their varied implications for
the region.

Everyone is welcome.

For the full schedule of the Lent Term Seminar Series please go to
https://centralasia.group.cam.ac.uk/events.