The CIS Countries and Islamic Psychology

 January 12, 2021

The Institute of Knowledge Integration (IKI) -in collaboration with the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) – started a series of lectures for participants from the Commonwealth of Independent States countries with scholars from around the world on current issues and problems of Islamic studies.

The first lecture was delivered on January 5th by Ms. Olga Pavlova, the Associate Professor of Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University and Chairman of the Association of Psychological Assistance to Muslims. It was moderated by Dr. Nataliia Malynovska. Among the topics presented was the approach of the integration of knowledge and its application to the structure of the human being. One highlight was the importance of the practical side of Islamic psychology and its highest appreciation by the most notable modern scholars of the mind.

The online lecture was attended by 130 people from all around the region: Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Lithuania. The one-hour lecture was followed by a thirty minute Q&A session.