History of god by Karen Armstrong was translated into kazakh
A History of God by religious scholar, philosopher and publicist Karen Armstrong has been translated into Kazakh. It talks about the history of the three major monotheistic traditions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, along with Buddhism and Hinduism. The evolution of the idea of God is traced from its ancient roots up to the present day. The bestseller has been translated into more than 30 different languages.
Online Seminar on the theme “Kazak Tilin Zhanasha Zhangyrtyp Okytudyn Aleumettik Mani Men Manyzy” for the Kazakh Language Teachers to switch the Kazakh Alphabet to the Latin script
On April 19, 2018, an online seminar on the theme “Kazak Tilin Zhanasha Zhangyrtyp Okytudyn Aleumettik Mani Men Manyzy” was held in the training centre for the development of skills within the framework of the “Rukhani Zahangyru” program for Kazakh language teachers on the change-over of the Kazakh alphabet to the Latin script.
Classic of Kazakh literature showcased at London Book Fair
On 12 April, the New Identity of Kazakhstan programme was launched at the London Book Fair alongside the publication of classics of Kazakh literature which have been translated into English for the first time. The event was attended by heads of international publishing houses, management of the British Council, literary agents and journalists.