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Participation of Kazakhstan’s State Secretary in "Public Consciousness Improvement: Legacy of Alash Ideas and Independence" int’l research conference

The conference related to the 100th anniversary of Alash Orda.

Deputies of the Parliament, heads of state bodies, prominent public figures, Alash scientists, representatives of scientific and creative intelligentsia from all regions of the country and other states attended the work of the conference.

Gulshara Abdikalikova read out the greeting speech of the Head of State to the conference participants. It emphasizes that the struggle of Alash movement at the beginning of the 20th century on the way to protecting the political and social rights of the Kazakh people, preserving the national identity is one of the most vivid manifestations of serving the nation. Passionate ideas of Alash harmoniously combined with the centuries-old dream of our ancestors about a free and independent homeland, which embodied today's generation. The commonality of the ideas of Alash-Orda and Ruhani Zhangyru indicates continuity of ideals of our people in the past and present, serves as a reference point for sustainable development in the future.

Within the conference there were section sessions as "Russian Revolutions of 1917 and Alash Orda", "Innovative Ideas of Alash Orda Political Platform: Development and Implementation". The event participants discussed the historical role of Alash movement on the way to independence, education of respectful attitude to their history, preservation of the highly moral ideals of the Kazakh nation as part of Ruhani Zhangyru Program.

The conference resulted in the Resolution adopted to commemorate the memory of Alash movement, the need to systematize research on its heritage, and to educate the younger generation in the spirit of patriotism.


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