As Uzbekistan continues to undergo reforms under Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the improvement of human capital is an essential part of the country’s growth. The country faces numerous challenges regarding its minority populations and returning migrants, as well as the government’s ability to encourage and harness social innovation. Civil society organizations are still limited in their ability to operate, which presents additional barriers to developing this field. However, the reforms that the Mirziyoyev administration are implementing present new opportunities for the expansion of human capital in a number of areas. Join us to hear from the most recent expertise in the field and an active discussion about the future of social innovation and human capital in Uzbekistan.
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