Handbook of interethnic tolerance

Presentation of "Handbook of interethnic tolerance," which came out in the publishinghouse "Bukrek", held in Chernivtsi National Fedkovych University no accidentally.  Its publication was the result of work of the scientists of the Department of Political Science in cooperation with the "Renaissance", Bukovina political center, the Institute of European integration and regional research project "Monitoring the formation of balanced ethnic relations in the Chernivtsi region." "Handbook of interethnic tolerance" are both the publication of reference and training manual prepared by the team sponsors for the project "Monitoring the formation of balanced ethnic relations in the Chernivtsi region.

" This project was implemented Bukovinsky political center in cooperation with the Scientific Research Institute for European Integration and Regional Studies Chernivtsi National University named after Yuriy Fedkovych supported by the International Fund "Renaissance" in the period from September 2010 to June 2011.


Handbook comprehensively covers the ideas and basic concepts of tolerance, contains a statement of its theoretical aspects, clarifies the situation regarding its level and the main characteristics of  Chernivtsi region and Ukraine. The authors also identify those priority tasks facing the government, and of the community as positive models for strengthening inter-ethnic cooperation and prevention of those trends that pose a threat to ethno-political stability of the region and its inhabitants. This theoretical, scientific and practical guide is addressed primarily to civil servants and local government officials who are directly working in the area of realization of ethnic policy in our country or involved in the regulation of ethnic relations at the local or national level.It will be useful for media professionals, leaders and activists of national cultural societies, researchers, experts, and graduate students who are studying ethnic relations and work for their improvement.
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