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Overcoming a Taboo: Normalizing Sexuality Education in Kazakhstan

By Karlygash Kabatova

CAP Fellows Paper 200 (CAAF Fellows Papers), January 2018

Karlygash Kabatova is a researcher currently interested in how society development and sexuality education interrelate. Together with a colleague, she is completing a study on the emergence of sexuality education in the Kazakhstani educational system. Karlygash is a member of the Astana-based PaperLab Research Group, and her recent work experience includes organizing open expert discussions at PaperLab, student recruitment for the University of Central Asia, and data analysis for the Norwegian Helsinki Committee’s human rights project. Karlygash holds a Master of Arts degree in Politics and Security (Central Asia) from the OSCE Academy in Bishkek. She is a graduate of the Soros Foundation-Kazakhstan’s Public Policy Initiative Fellowship Program for young researchers and the Bolashak Scholarship Program.

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