|Uzbekistan and U Guide - Resources and Review
|Set of resources providing news and historical information about Turkestan and the Uzbek capital, Tashkent. Offers a general discussion on human rights in Central Asia and more detailed accounts of conditions throughout Uzbekistan, Kazakstan, Kirgizstan, Turkmenistan and Eastern Turkestan.|| |
|Official information from the government of the Republic of Uzbekistan.|| |
|Basic reference information about Uzbekistan, such as area, capital, population, population density, geography, language, religion, time zone, history and government, plus business and social information, including details of accommodation, addresses, climate, regions, travel, visas, passports, money, health and public holidays.|| |
|A catalogue of all the languages and dialects spoken in Uzbekistan, with details of the numbers of speakers of each language. Also some demographic data such as rates of literacy, blindness and deafness.|| |
|Index to Uzbekistan information, including cultural, business, political, and travel. Current news about the country is also provided.|| |
|Listing of political resources relevant to Uzbekistan, with links to parties, organisations, government, media and results of recent elections, where available.|| |
|Basic reference information about Uzbekistan, including details of geography, people, economy, government, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues. Geographical information includes area, population, flag, maps, high and low points, co|
ordinates, boundary length, border countries, climate, land use and natural resources.
|Set of over 80 maps produced by the CIA of the political and ethnic boundaries and major defence industries in Russia and the former Soviet Union.|| |
|Collection of resources relating to life in Russia and its former republics, covering the Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Checnya, Georgia, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Topics include the economy, human rights, education, media, politics, art, language, libraries, and geography.|| |
|Detailed assessment of human rights practices in Uzbekistan. Topics assessed include torture, arbitrary detention or exile, fair public trial, freedom of speech and press, freedom of assembly, movement and religion; democratic rights, worker rights, and discrimination based on race, sex, religion, disability, language, or social status.|| |
|Collection of maps, travel information, news and articles about culture, arts, human rights, business, media and history in countries throughout Central Eurasia. Covers Mongolia and four countries of the former Soviet Union |
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The project aims to establish scholarships, information offices and open forums, and to distribute grants promoting freedom of expression and the free flow of information.