Current projects funded by Department of State of United States of America:
Strengthening Judicial System and Raising Protection of Citizens Rights in Uzbekistan
The project includes capacity building of judicial sector, engaged discussions with international subject matter experts, focusing on judicial education and implementation of ethical conduct and professional performance.
Strengthening Professional Integrity and Efficiency in the Criminal Justice
The project focuses on assisting defense attorneys by cooperating with Chamber of Advocated and, additionally, on upgrading judicial education by cooperating with main Uzbek educational institutions for basic and continuous education of lawyers.
Project funded by United States Institute of Peace (USIP):
Promoting Religious Tolerance in Central Asia
This project is being implemented by RD in Uzbekistan via a purposely established Secretariat. The Project objective is promoting religious tolerance with a focus on preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalization in Central Asia through a dialogue between government, religious leaders and institutions, including representatives from civil society.
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The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author[s] and
do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.
Regional Dialogue (RD) is an independent organization, which promotes understanding between people and regions. With a specific focus on Central Asia, our work aims to promote the exchange of knowledge, ideas and experience with the intention to foster understanding.
Regional Dialogue was set up at the end of 2008 in Slovenia by three founding members Mjusa Sever, Katja Gersak and Maja Cafuta.
2010 was a key year for RD development as we commenced a capacity building project entitled Human Rights Dialogue in Uzbekistan. RD branch office in Uzbekistan opened in March 2011 and employs a number of local staff.
Regional Dialogue has since implemented several project activities, working with mahallas, with women groups, with civil society and nongovernmental organizations, and with government institutions from area of judiciary and human rights protection.