Eurasia

New Cultural Center Connects Ukrainians, Americans

A new community center in Central Kyiv, Ukraine will become a symbol of mutual understanding and cultural exchange between Ukrainians and Americans.

Hope for Fourth Estate in Eastern Europe Despite Many Hardships

Amid declining or stagnant media health in several Eastern European and former Soviet countries some positive trends are emerging, demonstrating that not all hope is lost in the region when it comes to freedom of speech and quality journalism.

US Embassy Ukraine, IREX Open New America House Kyiv

Located in the heart of Central Kyiv, America House is a community center with a mission: to promote dialogue and understanding between Ukrainian and American culture.

Bringing University Research to Market in Ukraine

Turning research into marketable products is the goal of University Administration Support Program (UASP) alumna Olena Tupakhina, who was recently awarded a pilot project grant through UASP to develop and implement the first Technology Transfer C

Libraries Tackle Unemployment in Ukraine

Due to the current economic crisis in Ukraine, employers across the country face a shortage of skilled workers, though many job seekers are unable to secure gainful employment in positions that maximize their skills.

Happy Holidays from IREX!

IREX staff from around the world wish supporters, participants, partners, alumni, and friends a wonderful holiday season and a happy New Year. 

Advancing Higher Education through University Management Reforms

Over the course of two months, university administrators from Ghana, Ukraine, Uganda, Georgia, and Tanzania shadowed their counterparts at US universities in order to create new, innovative ways to lead reform in management policies at their home

New Beginnings: ICT Trainings for Unemployed Citizens in Kazakhstan

As Central Asia’s wealthiest country, Kazakhstan continues to attract a multitude of foreign investors as the country aspires to be one of the top exporters of oil by 2020.
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