The Peculiarities of Inter-confessional Relations in Multicultural Space of the Tyumen Region

  • E. SharipovaEmail author
  • A. Panova
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 138)


The modern society is characterized by the world globalization processes. These processes caused the urgent need for the objective study of the issues, concerning the religious relations in order to prevent religious fanaticism and extremism. An effective implementation of the state policy in the field of international, state-inter-confessional and socio - political relations is impossible without taking into account the regional particularities and various age categories. The authors of the article have conducted the research on the territory of the Tyumen region with the purpose of monitoring of the prevailing religious situation in the region and the analysis of state programs in the spheres of national, state-religious and public-political relations and the prevention of extremist manifestations. The complementary activities to the program have become the result of the research; one of the blocks of the activities is focused on the prevention of religious fanaticism and extremism in the youth environment.


Globalization processes Religious relations Religious fanaticism Extremism Multicultural space 


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  1. 1.Industrial University of TyumenTyumenRussia

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