Europe and Central Asia: an Evolving Partnership in Security and Development

When: 27 October 2011
Venue: Parliament of Finland, Eduskunta, Finance Committee meeting room

The Karelian Institute and FRIDE organised a EUCAM seminar in Helsinki, hosted by the Parliamentary Committee for the Future. The seminar looked, inter alia, at the development of the EU Strategy for Central Asia the developments in Kyrgyzstan since the 2010 ethnic violence in the South and the presidential elections, and migration matters in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

The seminar was attended by policy makers and experts from Finland, other European countries and Central Asia.

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Freelance journalist, editor, web consultant. Worked for various international organizations and media outlets, including UNDP, UNEP, RFE/RL. Currently, assists non-profit organizations in building their corporate identity, online presence, strengthening communities in social media. Has been involved in EUCAM since 2009. Studied International Journalism at the Kazakh National University (Almaty, Kazakhstan) and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt (Germany).