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Empowering Collaboration and Innovation: Lund University Hosts Professors from Tashkent State University for Capacity-Building Program

Video about capacity building seminars

From 13th November to 17th November, Lund University had the privilege of hosting 26 professors from Tashkent State University of Economics for an enriching and productive capacity-building program.

During these intensive five days of seminars, the visiting professors had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the Central Asian Law project. Through engaging discussions and interactive sessions, they gained invaluable insights into the project's vision and its potential impact on the field of economics, law, legal culture and corruption.

One of the primary highlights of the program was the acquisition of new skills and a deeper understanding of conducting research using innovative methods. The participating professors were introduced to state-of-the-art tools and techniques that can enhance the quality and efficiency of their research endeavours. This hands-on experience will undoubtedly empower them to push the boundaries of knowledge in their respective fields.

Furthermore, the significance of this event reached far beyond the seminar room. The five-day sessions were broadcasted on Uzbek TV, allowing a broader audience to witness the academic excellence and collaborative spirit displayed by Lund University and Tashkent State University of Economics. 

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the professors from Tashkent State University of Economics for their active participation and enthusiasm throughout this capacity-building program. We are confident that the knowledge gained and the connections formed during these five days will pave the way for future collaborations and contribute to the growth and development of the academic community.