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  • Effective Communications and Socio-Economic Development (2012/04)

Effective Communications and Socio-Economic Development (2012/04)

Effective Communications and Socio-Economic Development (2012/04)

Publication year: 2012

Type: One-pager

Keywords: press services, information, communications, development

The press offices of state bodies are designed to play an important role in political communications between the state and society regarding socio-economic development. A study conducted by the CER has shown that, despite decisions adopted back in 2006 to form a system of information departments at state bodies, information departments often remain institutionally weak, and the ministries and agencies themselves remain passive in the field of information.

The one-pager demonstrates the role of the information departments at the state bodies of Uzbekistan and their impact on the economic development of the country.

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