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Photo: Dana Oparina / Anhor.uz A little more than a week remains before the presidential elections in Uzbekistan, but it turns out that some polling stations are not adapted to the needs of disabled people. Anhor.uz journalist Dana Oparina and Deputy Chairperson of the Association of...

Photo: "Balance" film cover The other day I watched a documentary film by a novice documentary filmmaker from Tashkent Ilkhom Ikramov. The author of the idea and director Ikramov wrote that the film "Balance" is 'a documentary about overcoming difficulties, acceptance, and dreams.'  Surayyo Mukhamedova, a woman...

Back in July 2021, Sophie Ibbotson, Uzbekistan's Tourism Ambassador to the UK, invited me to contribute to the forthcoming OCA Magazine issue on UK-Uzbekistan bilateral relations and write about why social inclusion and accessibility in the arts and culture is so important. The article was published in...

Photo: Abdulaziz Salimov, a blind Mathematics student at the National University of Uzbekistan, by Konstantin Bashlaev How are disability-inclusive employment and innovations interconnected? Why is inclusivity in the field of information and communication technologies of practical importance for persons with disabilities and society and business in...

Photo: TEDxYouth@TKA I am sharing an interview published at "Another Day" Telegram channel: [caption id="attachment_15904" align="alignleft" width="500"] Source: TEDxYouth@TKA[/caption] When I first heard Bobobek Halilov speaking at TEDxYouth@TKA in a video, I thought I encountered a technical glitch, because I have never heard a person who learned lip...