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VIDEO: Who is subjected to radicalization?

Belief.cabar.asia continues a series of videos about interfaith dialogue, 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.

Who is most affected by banned groups? How does a person’s social status affect their recruitment process? What is the danger of dependence on illusion?

Yulia Denisenko, an expert on the prevention of violent extremism, will talk about how faith in a miracle becomes a vehicle for manipulating consciousness.

“Membership in a banned religious group itself is the result of two interacting forces: the tactics used by recruiters to recruit, convert, process and retain adherents, and the personal vulnerability of a potential newcomer,” the expert emphasizes in her video.