The union, established earlier this year, is aimed at preventing radicalisation and promote political engagement among Uzbekistani youth.
The Jash Stan project helps youth and government agencies unite efforts in peace-building and in fighting extremism.
Leaders of the Religious Affairs and Civil Society Ministry and the Youth Congress of Kazakhstan are preparing a document to present to President Nursultan Nazarbayev by the end of 2017.
The Youth Union of Uzbekistan is expected to become the main body for supporting youths' development, defending their rights and preventing their radicalisation.
Search for Common Ground is using a new model to combat extremism and terrorism.
The government is trying various means to prevent youth radicalisation.
Involving youth in political life and developing educational programmes on Islam are said to be the best ways to fight radicalisation.
The extremists often engage their own children in terrorist activities, keep them out of public school and force them to attend unlicenced seminaries.
Officials and religious scholars are holding meetings with Turkmen students, studying abroad, to protect them from potential influence of extremist organisations.
Youth are seeking a peaceful life and reject the hatred espoused by extremists.