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Civil society in multinational and poly-confessional regions
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Civil society in multinational and poly-confessional regions

PROGRAM of the scientific-practical conference

“Civil society in multinational and poly-confessional regions”

2-3 June, 2004, Kazan

 

Place of arrangement

Conference hall of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Tatarstan Republic

 

Organizers of the conference

Carnegie Moscow Center

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Kazan Institute of Federalism

 

2nd June

 

Opening of the conference

 

Rafael Khakimov. Welcoming speech

Martha Brill Olcott (Ph.D., Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington). Civil society on the post-soviet space

 

Martha Brill Olcott

Aleksey Makashenko

Sergey Gradirovskiy

 

Session 1. Democracy and authoritarian tendencies in policy of federal center and regional political elites in Russia

Chair: Venaliy Amelin, Doctor of Science (history), Prof., Head of the Committee on interethnic relations of administration of Orenburg oblast, Orenburg

 

Galina Morozova, Doctor of Science (economics), Prof., Head of the department on applied political science of the Kazan State University (KSU), Kazan

Institute of democracy: formation and evolution in Russia

 

Rushan Gallyamov, Doctor of Science (sociology), Prof., Head of the philosophy and sociology department of the Bashkir State Agrarian University

New stage of interaction between political elites of Center and Russia’s republics: ethnic aspects

 

Ildar Gabdrafikov, Candidate of Science (history), senior researcher of the Center on ethnological research of Ufa Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Ufa

Transformation of political regimes in post-electoral Bashkiria: alternatives of development

 

Liliya Sagitova, Candidate of Science (history), senior researcher of the ethnology department of Institute of History of Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan Republic (AS RT), Kazan

Civil and cultural identities in Russian school-books on history in context of democratization of polycultural societies

 

Sergey Erofeev, Candidate of Science (sociology), Head of the international office of KSU, Kazan

Role of new cultural intermediaries and borders of control on creative work

 

Marat Galeev, Candidate of Science (economics), Head of the Committee on economics, investments and business of State Council of Tatarstan Republic, Kazan

Power vertical in the pos-Yeltsin period – threat to the federalism

 

Galina Morozova

Ildar Gabdrafikov

Liliya Nizamova

 

Session II. Relations between ethnic and religious communities

Chair: Aleksey Malashenko, Doctor of Science (history), Prof., University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, member of scientific council, Moscow Carnegie Center, Moscow

 

Rafael Khakimov, Candidate of Science (philosophy), State advisor of the President of Tatarstan Republic on political affaires, director of scientific programs of Kazan Institute of Federalism (KIF)

Relations between ethnic and religious communities since 200 years of Islamic reformation: history and perspectives

 

Valiulla-khazrat Yakupov, First deputy head of Muslim Religious Board of Tatarstan Republic, Kazan

Tatars in Muslim umma of Russia: losses, problems and perspectives

 

Rinat Nabiev, Doctor of Science (history), Chair of the Council on religion affaires at the Cabinet of Ministries of Tatarstan Republic, Kazan

Participation of religious organizations in socially significant projects as factor of formation of civil society

 

Yuriy Semenov, Candidate of Science (philosophy), deputy Chair of State Committee of Republic of Udmurtia on science, higher and secondary professional education, Izhevsk

Ethno-confessional relations in Udmurtia: problems and perspectives

 

Damir Iskhakov, Doctor of Science (history), senior researcher of the ethnology department of Institute of History of AS RT, Kazan

Interconnection of confessional and ethnic elements in modern Tatar society 

 

Liliya Nizamova, Candidate of Science (sociology), assistant professor of the sociology department of KSU

Ideology and policy of multiculturalism: potential, peculiarities, significance for Russia.

 

3rd June

 

Session III.  Are there exist nationalistic threats?

Chair: Rushan Gallyamov, Doctor of Science (sociology), Prof., Head of the philosophy and sociology department of the Bashkir State Agrarian University

 

Sergey Gradirovskiy, Director of the Center on strategic research of Privoljsk Federal District of RF, Nizhnii Novgorod

Confessional diversity as resource and as threat for the process of formation of civil society

 

Venaliy Amelin, Doctor of Science (history), Prof., Head of the Committee on interethnic relations of administration of Orenburg oblast, Orenburg

Ethnic tolerance in poly-confessional, multinational and frontier region: current state, problems of maintenance

 

Rafik Mukhametshin, Doctor of Science (politics), head of the department on history of social ideas and Islamic studies of Institute of History AS RT, Kazan

Switching to Latin alphabet in Tatarstan: between scientific expediency and political conjuncture


 
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