More than 200 people abandoned the religious-extremist views over the last two years in Kazakhstan. All of them were persuaded by experts working with the Committee for Religious Affairs. The scientific-practical conference in Astana was focused on how to save the young from non-traditional religious movements. A special role, according to the participants of the meeting, should be given to women's NGOs, in particular, in Kazakhstan, there is a club "Kyz Zhibek" and the association "Dil Iman". Another important factor is the activity of rehabilitation centers that helped hundreds of people refuse from the extremist views.

 

Gabit ABZALBEK, CHAIRMAN OF RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, KAZAKH MINISTRY OF RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL SOCIETY AFFAIRS:

The country has one Republican advocacy group on religion at the Religious Affairs Committee and 304 local information advocacy groups on issues of religion. We are focused on their work among the target population, including women's community, among young people, and students.

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