Uzbekistan

Policy of Countering Terrorism and Extremism in Uzbekistan: How Did It Change Over the Past Few Years?

CABAR.asia 21.05.20

Since the beginning of 2020, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan has reported three cases of suppression of illegal extremist acts; in two cases, it was the detention of organized groups engaged in the propaganda of radical ideas, recruitment of youth to the ranks of international terrorist organizations. (more…)

Uzbekistan: Towards Religious Freedom

CABAR.asia 24.04.20

The authorities of Uzbekistan are trying to get rid of the negative image of the country. Uzbekistan is known as a place where the rights and freedoms of religious citizens are systematically violated. (more…)

The lost art of dialogue. IWPR conducted 7 events to promote religious freedom and interfaith dialogue.

CABAR.asia 20.03.20

In February this year, the Ministry of Mahalla and Family has been established in Uzbekistan. The department is called upon to build a “well-maintained and safe mahalla”, as well as to establish close cooperation with local authorities to improve the social and spiritual atmosphere in families and mahallas. (more…)

VIDEO: how to protect yourself in social media

Belief.cabar.asia continues a series of videos about interreligious concord, tolerance, and secularism.
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VIDEO: How not to get under the influence of the destructive movement?

CABAR.asia 18.10.19

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

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Uzbekistan Returns 65 Children from Iraq

The state thus demonstrates that citizens who return voluntarily can count at least on fair justice, according to experts.

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Elier Karimov: Mandatory quotas for women will positively affect the solution of gender problems in Uzbekistan

CABAR.asia 06.09.19

What needs to be done to raise the status of women in Uzbekistan? Elier Karimov, Doctor of Historical Sciences, professor at Hofstra University (New York, USA) considers it useful to legally strengthen the measures which provide privileges for women.
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Uzbekistan Prepares Second Operation to Return its Citizens Back from Syria

The first group of the returned – women and children – are being examined and treated in health resorts and medical facilities of the republic.
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“Stay Neutral.” Life of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Uzbekistan

CABAR.asia 07.05.19

There are more than 140 thousand residents in the town of Chirchik, Tashkent region, including 500 followers of the religious organisation, Jehovah’s Witnesses. They cannot get registered in any other town of Uzbekistan, therefore, the information about their exact number in the country is not available.
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Life of Adventists in Uzbekistan

CABAR.asia 16.04.19

Adventism in Uzbekistan appeared in 1905, at the times of Tsarist Russia, due to the religious families that moved here. Back in the 30s, during repressions, the Adventist branch was sent to Siberia. The followers of Adventism returned back to the country only in 1956.
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