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Women involved in violent extremism: briefing from Central Asia

This paper was first published in Russian in 2019 with the support of the UK Government (CSSF) as part of the project “Strengthening and countering radicalization and violent extremism in prisons in Central Asia through religious dialogue and reintegration programs”. In 2022, it was translated into Uzbek and Karakalpak languages ​​with the financial support of […]

Languages: Uzbek, Russian

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Rehabilitation and reintegration in the case of extremist and terrorist groups: psychological training for counsellors

This paper was first published in Russian in 2019 with the support of the UK Government (CSSF) as part of the project “Strengthening and countering radicalization and violent extremism in prisons in Central Asia through religious dialogue and reintegration programs”. In 2022, it was translated into Uzbek and Karakalpak languages ​​with the financial support of […]

Languages: Uzbek, Russian

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Rehabilitation and reintegration in the case of extremist and terrorist groups: restoring family ties

This paper was first published in Russian in 2019 with the support of the UK Government (CSSF) as part of the project “Strengthening and countering radicalization and violent extremism in prisons in Central Asia through religious dialogue and reintegration programs”. In 2022, it was translated into Uzbek and Karakalpak languages ​​with the financial support of […]

Languages: Uzbek, Russian