14/01/2020 We are happy to share that our MPA student Alisher Markhabat was appointed as deputy akim of the East Kazakhstan region! GSPP sincerely congratulates Alisher Markhabat and wishes success in all beginnings and activities!
30/12/2019 What is the” soft power ” of Kazakhstan and why is it important to develop it? This is reflected by Saltanat Janenova, PhD, Assistant Professor at the Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Public Policy, co-author of the Primer on Policy Communication in Kazakhstan (Palgrave Macmillan). The full text of the article is available at the link.
27/12/2019 Interview with the exchange students from Singapore for We Project. Students shared their expressions from the Graduate School of Public Policy, Kazakhstan and future plans. Full interview is here (Russian).
26/12/2019 Urgent need to replace competition with cooperation in the Aral Sea Basin The water resources in Central Asia’s Aral Sea Basin support the lives and livelihoods of about 70 million people — a population greater than Thailand, France, or South Africa. And unless well-funded and coordinated joint efforts are stepped up, with competition replaced […]
26/12/2019 International Water Association (IWA), the largest water-related association worldwide, posted an article providing a snapshot of urban water management in Kazakhstan and the outcome of the First Water Forum along the GSPP Conference in October, 2019: The urbanisation trend is an undeniable fact worldwide in large and small cities all over the globe. Water supply and sanitation are […]