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CABAR.asia continues a series of webinars on analytics

CABAR.asia continues to share useful techniques and skills of a professional analyst with you, in order to make analytics accessible and understandable. Join now!


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Webinar on the topic: “An unassailable fortress or …?: the problem of communications of state institutions”

Date: April 21, 2020.

Time: 20:00 Bishkek and Nur-Sultan time, 19:00 Dushanbe and Tashkent time.

You can register for the webinar here.

The speaker will talk about the problems of establishing public relations in state institutions, about the impact of a well-developed communication strategy on the effectiveness of public administration and what details should be considered when communicating with people and what should be avoided.

Speaker: Lira Zainilova , an expert in the field of international relations. She has experience in the sphere of communications in international projects and think tanks. Graduate of the “International Relations” department, University of World Economy and Diplomacy (Tashkent, Uzbekistan), as well as the Erasmus Mundus program (Zagreb, Croatia).

 

Webinar on the topic “Trends and types of modern analytics”

Date: April 23, 2020

Time: 20:00 Bishkek and Nur-Sultan time, 19:00 Dushanbe and Tashkent time.

Registration is available here

The most valuable knowledge is the one that has been tested by practice! The speaker of our next webinar – Roman Vakulchuk (Norway) will share exactly such experience. He is a senior fellow at the Norwegian Institute for International Relations (NUPI). He has experience as a leader and expert in research projects, including by the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Scientific Council of Norway.

The webinar is devoted to two main topics: “Trends in the development of modern analytics and the experience of different countries” and “Analytics in action: from books to twitter”

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