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Dina Baidildayeva

Activist, blogger and journalist currently based in Kazakhstan.
Co-founder of NGO “Liberty” that works to strengthen civil society through the promotion of New Technology.
Former Social Media Editor at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's Kazakh Service.
Holds MA in Human Rights and Multi-Level Governance from the University of Padova, Italy

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Latest posts by Dina Baidildayeva

Language Lessons: Kazakhstan Still Torn Between Tongues

"Unfortunately, it has become a habit for us to speak in Russian because of a few folks who don't speak Kazakh. If we speak Kazakh those who don't should learn."

Kazakhstan Is Preparing to Effectively Ban Political Opposition

The banning of independent candidates at presidential elections is yet another blow to hopes of a democratic future.

Kazakhstan's Great Alphabetical Distraction

Kazakhstan's veteran leader suddenly seems to think the country's long-planned transition to a Latin alphabet is very pressing indeed. The country's social media users want to know why.

Back in the USSR?: Critics Say Draft Legislation Puts State Above Rights in Kazakhstan

"Can we designate people that leave their rubbish bags lying around outside their apartment doors enemies of state interests and remove their citizenships?"

Is Kazakhstan's President a Dictator? You Decide.

In a recent discussion with a hand-picked selection of journalists, Nazarbayev took pains to explain why Asian societies aren't always suited to democracy.

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