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VIDEO: How not to get under the influence of the destructive movement?

Belief.cabar.asia continues a series of videos about interreligious concord, tolerance, and secularism.

Dear friends, the Belief.cabar.asia platform is pleased to announce a series of information videos designed to promote the ideas of interreligious concord, tolerance, and secularism. The experts based in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will share their experiences and give explanations of critical issues.

Video lessons by Belief contain various topics: from civic activism to explanation of how to respond to cyberbullying and not become involved in proscribed organisations. All of them are combined under the slogan “I respect what you believe in.”

Our videos prompt you to reflect on that equal rights and opportunities start with us.

Our expert Ikbalzhan Mirsayitov continues the series of videos, where he is telling you how to identify if someone you care about has fallen under the influence of a destructive (extremism) movement. Today you are going to learn about the main stages of recruitment.

This process turns out to contain everything: from controlling behaviour to managing the emotional state of a person who has fallen under the influence of proscribed radical groups. For the avoidance of irreparable consequences, this video contains simple recommendations: what to do, who to contact, and how to behave to help out in time.

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