Young Repatriates in Kazakhstan: Problems and Solutions | ICRES

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Young Repatriates in Kazakhstan: Problems and Solutions

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Res. Asst. Dinara Taldybayeva, Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Eurasian Research Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Res. Asst. Daulet Zhailybayev, Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Eurasian Research Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Prof. Dr. Gulnar Nadirova, Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Eurasian Research Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Dr. Azhar Serikkaliyeva, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Abstract

When the state, the so-called "historical homeland" of many ethnic groups living outside, calls them to return and become a part of their fellow citizens, it takes on a great responsibility for the fate, protection of the rights and interests of repatriates. One of the existing directions of the policy of the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which was initiated after gaining independence, was the process of attracting Kandastars - ethnic Kazakhs from abroad to Kazakhstan, and, as a logical development of this, the enrollment of a large number of young people from this group in Kazakhstan universities through the provision of grants for a full course of study. This state strategy of Kazakhstan brought with it expectations that the young Kandastar, who came to Kazakhstan for education will also affect the national identity, language and culture of the local community. However, the young Kandastar also had their own expectations and goals in returning to their historical homeland. Young people coming from different cultures and living environments from various countries faced some difficulties as well as bringing positive changes to the Kazakh society. The aim of the study is to bring light to the problems of the Kandastar after their return to Kazakhstan and to offer solutions.

 Keywords

Kazakhstan, Kandastar, education, society, integration  

Citation

Taldybayeva, D., Zhailybayev, D., Nadirova, G. & Serikkaliyeva, A. (2021). Young Repatriates in Kazakhstan: Problems and Solutions. In M. Shelley, I. Chiang, & O. T. Ozturk (Eds.), Proceedings of ICRES 2021--International Conference on Research in Education and Science (pp. 42-55). Monument, CO, USA: ISTES Organization. Retrieved 26 October 2021 from www.2021.icres.net/proceedings/33/.

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