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Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
 
Regional Security Issues: 2006
Regional Security Issues: 2006
 
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
 
 
Regional Security Issues
Regional Security Issues
 
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
 
Events   Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 February 2008 )
  • 13th ISSYK-KUL Forum
    13th ISSYK-KUL Forum was held at The International Centre, Goa on 5-6 November. The forum brought experts from the 2 regions and Russia, China, US, India, Japan and Southeast Asia. more...
    Programme | Participants

  • International Centre Goa Organizes Training Program for Tajikistan Journalists
    International Centre Goa Organizes Training Program for Tajikistan Journalists The International Centre Goa  held a month long intensive training program for journalists from the Republic of Tajikistan. The group of 8 senior journalists were in Goa from 26 September to 22 October 07. The program was sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation of Japan. more...


  • Reviving the Silk Route: New Initiatives and Engagements for the 21st Century on 9-10 February, 2007 more....

  • “India-Central Asia: Reinforcing Traditional Relationship Through Synergy of Culture & Energy” on 20-22 January , 2007.
    This Conference shall be a meeting point for scholars and researchers carrying out inter-societal and comparative research on India, India’s foreign relations and the Central Asian societies. more...

  • India-Tajikistan Cooperation:  Perspectives and Prospects
    By Shri E. Ahamed,Hon’ble Minister of State,Ministry of External Affairs on 17 January  2007, at 6:00 P.M.,at Sapru House, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi. more...

  • 12th SPF Issyk-Kul Forum
    12th SPF Issyk-Kul Forum
    The 12th SPF Issyk-Kul Forum (IKF) on the subject of “CENTRAL ASIA & SOUTH CAUCASUS. Internal and External Dynamics” took place in Goa on November 6 – 7. IKF was jointly organized by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) of Japan and the International Center, Goa, India, and was devoted to social, economic and political developments of the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus. more...

  • Dialogue with Internews & Academy for Educational Development(AED), Tajiskistan
    Dialogue with InternewsThe visit of the group of 5 people from Dushanbe, Tajikistan has successfully ended on 1st of November. The group had been in Goa from 26th October and spent 6 days exchanging views on the global media industry discussing a training programme for media professionals in Tajikistan.  This visit was arranged by the Information & Resource Center, a private think tank based in Singapore, with the cooperation of the International Centre, Goa. The Tajik counterparts were INTERNEWS, a media organization, and the Academy for Educational Development (AED).  The discussions were held at the International Centre, Goa.
    Mr P.N. Balji, Chairman of Communication DNA, of Singapore, is consultant to the project. The project is sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation of Japan.

    Mr P.N. Balji has also given a public lecture on “Media and Democracy: The cases of Malaysia and Singapore” on 27th October. The lecture was jointly organized by the ICG, Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) and the Goa Union of Journalists.

    Dr. Shamisddin T. Karimov, Country Director of the Academy for Educational Development, Tajikistan, had also given a public lecture on “The Role of NGOs in the Development of Civil Society” on 28 October at the International Centre, Goa (ICG), This lecture was jointly organized by the ICG and the Goa Union of Journalists.

     
  • CAPS Inaugural Advisory Council Meeting held at the ICG
    On the 28th of August, 2006 the first board meeting of the Centre for Conflict and Peace Studies (CAPS) was held in the International Centre, Goa, India. CAPS is a newly-established independent, research centre based in Kabul, Afghanistan. CAPS strives to conduct action-oriented policy research on Afghanistan and its neighbours. Besides research CAPS  is also involved in building local capacity to produce conflict and threat assessments that will influence the safety and security of the people serving the governments, and international aid organizations.
     
    CAPS area of research and capacity building activities are many and they include topics such as: Violent actors, media in conflict, Drugs, security and development, children in conflict, etc.

    For more information on activities and projects of CAPS, visit www.caps.af/  Please also see report on “Terrorism in Afghanistan”,