Gulnar Nadirova

Gulnar Nadirova

Senior Research fellow

Nadirova Gulnar Ermuratovna graduated from the Oriental Faculty of Leningrad State University, in 1990 she defended her thesis on the Algerian literature at the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies, in 2006 doctoral thesis - on modern Tunisian literature at the Tashkent Institute of Oriental Studies, Professor.

Staff's Publications


August 4, 2018

The Results of Educatıonal Reforms in Kazakhstan

The social responsibility of education in Kazakhstan, and indeed throughout the world, is becoming increasingly clear and requires taking into account new conditions. The sooner the awareness of the need for transformations comes, the more chances the Kazakh education system will not stand aside from the global progress.   170 […]
May 21, 2018

Social Aspects of Population Aging in Eurasia

The aging of the population becomes one of the most significant and inevitable social challenges of this century, the consequences of which will affect labor markets, the production of goods and services, as well as the subtle scope of human interconnections. According to the report “World Population Prospects: The 2017 […]
February 20, 2018

Changes in the Vector of Academic Mobility

International student mobility is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon in higher education in many countries of the world. The dominant trend of the past few years has been the growing flow of students from developing countries to universities in Europe, primarily British ones, and the United States. To receive education […]
January 15, 2018

Libraries of the Digital Age: Examples from Kazakhstan

In the age of digital technologies, when information becomes more available on the Internet and traditional libraries lose popularity, many people have doubts about their ability to withstand competition with new information carriers. Surveys of students show that many of them consider paper books archaic, less environmentally friendly than e-books, […]
December 30, 2017

The Impact of Social Media on Education

Social media is a series of websites and applications designed to allow people to share content in real time. Despite the prevalence of social media in everyday life, schools and universities have long hesitated to adopt social networks as an education tool. Until recently, many educational institutions prohibited access to […]
October 13, 2017

Women in Academic Science: The Case of Kazakhstan

One of the most important objectives of achieving gender symmetry is ensuring equitable representation of women and men in leadership positions in academic science. In order to understand the current state of progress in gender quality in Kazakhstan’s academic science there is a need to overview the available statistical data. […]
September 18, 2017

Where Happy People Live

During his working visit to Aktobe city a few days ago, the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev familiarized with the work of several industrial enterprises and summed up: “In Aktobe there is a road to China, railway, gas. There are no such conditions in most cities. You are happy people, […]
July 19, 2017

Current Trends in Higher Education Development in Russia

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia has undertaken several educational reform measures in order to find the balance between the Soviet legacy and Western model of higher education. Starting from 1992, numerous reforms have been made in the Russian higher education system with the aim of making the […]
July 6, 2017

The Social Role of Charity and Philanthropy*

Charity  is an urgent and immediate care about those who is in trouble and need help. The concept of philanthropy differs from charity, as it aims to improve the welfare by preventing and solving social problems. If the charity focuses on eliminating the suffering caused by social problems, then it […]
June 14, 2017

Ecology and Religion

Religion can interact with the new realities, “challengers” as we often say, social and scientific processes, as well as create new meanings and correct personal and social beliefs. Religion can contribute to the solution of today’s social problems, such as environmental, act as an incentive for the development of education, […]