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No. 24 (44) December 2006
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№ 19 (39) October 2006
№ 18 (38) September 2006
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15 (35) August 2006
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Oleg Panfilov,
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Dmitry Alyaev,
chief editor,

Roman Zyuzin,
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Adil Dzhalilov,

a diamond stylus,

Nargis Zokirova,
zokirova77 [at] mail.ru

Representative Names
in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
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Lyudmila Burenkova,
technical editor,
lyuda [at] cjes.ru

Elena Dorokhova,
15 (35) August 2006
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Geopolitical Hizb ut-Tahir?
Oleg Panfilov
Sluggish emancipation
Valentina Kasmaliyeva (Dushanbe)
Came to us, came to us ... Hugo Chavez, dear !!!
Murad Aytakov (Ashgabat)
Being a man is more difficult ...
Svetlana Gafarova (OSH)
The Really Equal Principle
Nafisa Zahidova (Karshi)
NGOs in Kazakhstan: freeloaders or partners?
Maria Gorokhova (Almaty)
Whose media are you?
Geopolitical Hizb ut-Tahir?
Last Tuesday, Russian agencies, primarily Interfax and RIA Novosti, reported that Hizb ut-Tahrir criticized the Tajik authorities for conspiring with the “infidels.”
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Sluggish emancipation
On July 18, the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Emomali Rakhmonov, in an interview with persons appointed to senior positions, said that one of the priorities of the state’s personnel policy is to train young personnel and to involve women and girls in responsible state and public affairs. Of the twelve people who were appointed to leadership positions, seven are women, which is evidence of the growing status of women in society. And this is not the first step of the president in this direction.
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Came to us, came to us ... Hugo Chavez, dear !!!
Hugo Chavez’s tour of Belarus, Russia, Iran and beyond, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan almost coincided in time. But the voyagers nevertheless crossed in Iran, where Chavez was awarded the title of Hero of Iran by the Iranian authorities for his feats on the anti-American front.
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Being a man is more difficult ...
Exactly ten years ago, Kyrgyzstan began to develop a real program on gender balance. A strategy was adopted to achieve the goal of equality between men and women, the National Council on Gender Policy was established under the Presidential Administration, about two hundred women's non-governmental organizations, and international organizations conducted a large number of seminars and trainings on gender issues.
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The Really Equal Principle
After the collapse of the USSR, Uzbekistan, in order not to be an outcast, was forced to look for ways to solve a whole group of problems associated with the need to build a democratic state and an independent economy, overcome the legacy of the planned administrative system and the difficulties of transition to market relations.
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NGOs in Kazakhstan: freeloaders or partners?
The Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 16, 2001 “On Non-Profit Organizations” determines that “a non-profit organization is a legal entity that does not have income as its main goal and does not distribute the net income received between the participants”. According to the legislation in force in the republic, non-governmental organizations in the strict sense of the word do not include trade unions, religious associations and political parties. Their activities are governed by separate laws.
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Whose media are you?
Elmira Toktogulova, Director of Media Consulting in Central Asia Development Fund, answers questions from our correspondent.
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