STAATSRECHT: Indonesian Constitutional Law Journal
Vol 5, No 1 (2021)

Ethnocultural Problems and Policies in The Republic of Tatarstan, Russia

Refly Setiawan (Kazan Federal University)
Gine Putri Pertiwi (Kazan Federal University)
Siti Indarini Nur Faizah (Kazan Federal University)
Diki Hermawan (Kazan Federal University)

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Publish Date
23 May 2021


This study discusses about ethnocultural problems and policies in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia with a complex multiethnic population in a condition of balance between the two main ethnic groups, namely Russians and Tatars. In addition, there are historical and ideological views for ethnocultural policy formation in Tatarstan, positive and negative trends in the field of interethnic relations. The author focuses on aspects of ethnocultural policy implementation such as the implementation of the right to receive ethnocultural education and preservation of indigenous languages, support for traditional folk culture, interaction with public ethnic associations, etc. The results of this study illustrate that the existence of a situation in the field of inter-ethnic relations can indicate the end of the ethnocentric policy model in areas that are in favor of the Tatar community in the current conditions of multiculturalism.

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STAATSRECHT: Indonesian Constitutional Law Journal (ISSN: 2549-0915) is a national journal published by Center for the Study of Constitution and National Legislation (POSKO-LEGNAS) UIN Jakarta, INDONESIA. The focus is to provide readers with a better understanding of Constitutional Law and present ...