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Introducing the 2011 Bill Maynes Fellows

October 20, 2011

On Tuesday, October 25, Eurasia Foundation and the Center for Private Enterprise (CIPE) hosted a panel discussion on Business in Eurasia: Effecting Change in Difficult Environments with Eurasia Foundation’s 2011 Bill Maynes Fellows: Dr. Valeria Klitsounova and Matluba Uljabaeva.

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Made in Berdsk Washington film premiere

October 13, 2011

Made in Berdsk: A Story of One Protest Vote, a Eurasia Foundation film challenging the prevailing view that the Russian public remains apathetic, cynical and disengaged from electoral politics, debuted at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Wednesday, October 19.

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Washington film premiere of Made in Berdsk

October 12, 2011

Made in Berdsk: A Story of One Protest Vote, a Eurasia Foundation film challenging the prevailing view that the Russian public remains apathetic, cynical and disengaged from electoral politics, will debut at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Wednesday, October 19, at 12:15 PM.

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Conflicts in Eurasia Panel Discussion

March 19, 2011

Eurasia Foundation’s panel discussion, moderated by David Ignatius of The Washington Post, at the Embassy of Finland on February 3, highlighted the strategic importance of the Caucasus and Central Asia regions for the major international challenges faced by the U.S.

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Compliance Certification in the Russian Power Industry

March 19, 2011

In February 2011, Eurasia Foundation and the Center for Business Ethics (CFBE) in St. Petersburg, Russia, supported by funding from GE Foundation, launched the “Certification of Compliance in the Russian Power Systems Industry” project.

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2009 Civil Society Forum in Moscow, Russia

March 19, 2011

Eurasia Foundation, New Eurasia Foundation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a Civil Society Summit in Moscow to coincide with the presidential meetings between President Dmitry Medvedev and President Barack Obama.

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Empowering Girls in Central Asia

January 25, 2011

In fall 2009, 484 high school and college girls met for seminars twice a week throughout Atyrau, a city in western Kazakhstan. The 17 local trainers worked with the students on leadership, career planning and financial literacy.

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