Russian Federation

Showing page of 1039 results, sorted by

Integration of migrants : Russian Federation

Authors Vladimir MUKOMEL
Description
Demographic forecasts are not very optimistic: in the nearest future the problems of depopulation and labor force deficit in Russia will only get worse. The inflow of migrants will grow, but it will not become a global challenge for the country unless adaptation and integration of migrants is successful.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
1 Report

MIGRATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION TODAY

Authors Veronica Eduardovna Matveenko, Nataliya Mikhailovna Rumyantseva, Dina Nikolaevna Rubtsova
Year 2017
Journal Name TEORIJA IN PRAKSA
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
2 Journal Article

Readmission, return and reintegration : the Russian Federation

Authors Vladimir MUKOMEL
Description
The acceptance of Russian citizens residing abroad and returning to Russia voluntarily or by force is not so relevant for the Russian Federation (although, obviously the problems of their integration are underestimated and ignored), as are the issues of the return of foreign citizens and stateless persons, especially those who violated national legislation, or under readmission agreements. The problem is aggravated by the fact that, readmission agreements have not been signed with most of the donor states from which migrants arrive to Russia on a massive scale. In fact, most of the migrants arrive from the countries that have visa-free regimes with the Russian Federation. The latter circumstance, allied to the inefficient organization of expulsion of undesired foreigners from the country, provokes the growth of xenophobic spirit and the popularity of suggestions to introduce visa regimes with donor states; above all, with Central Asian and Transcaucasian states. It is probably fair to say that governmental institutions as well as non-governmental organizations in Russia should pay more attention to the issues of voluntary return of foreign citizens to their countries of citizenship or permanent stay.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
3 Report

Circular migration in the Russian Federation

Authors Vladimir MUKOMEL
Description
The principal subject of this paper concerns circular migrants entering the Russian Federation. The paper assesses a variety of issues, including appraisals and circular migration scales, sociodemographic profiles of circular migrants, and the presence of such migrants within the Russian labour market (including the types of economic activity concerned and the distribution of the various migrants amongst professional groups). Various ways and modalities of discourses concerning circular migration itself and the prospects of circular migration in Russia are analyzed.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
6 Report

Combatting human trafficking : the Russian Federation

Authors Vladimir MUKOMEL
Description
In Russia, a considerable positive experience in preventing and combating trafficking in human beings is accumulated, which manifests itself in the adoption of relevant legislation, creation of corresponding structures within the law-enforcement agencies, and elaboration of practices for effective interdepartmental and international cooperation between the law enforcing agencies, as well as between the state authorities, local authorities and the NGOs. The main problems stem from the lack of a national strategy (program) to combat trafficking in human beings and assist victims of trafficking, 11 11 The program on Cooperation of the CIS countries against human trafficking for 2011 - 2013, approved by the heads of CIS member states on December 10, 2010, allows for country-specific actions at the national level. and from the lack of mechanisms to support of the Russian NGOs that work in this direction
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
7 Report

The legal framework for circular migration in the Russian Federation

Authors Vadim VOINICOV
Description
Our analysis of the Russian legislation shows that there are no special rules on circular migration. At the moment migration legislation does not contain provisions which facilitate back-and-forth mobility of the migrants. Moreover, Russian rules are not flexible in terms of work and residence permits. Absence from Russia for more than 6 months means grounds to refuse or to revoke work or residence permits. At the moment Russian legislators are seeking ways to create the most favorable rules for migrants who want to come to Russia for temporary labor activity on a regular basis. The Concept of the State Migration Policy of the Russian Federation for the Period to 2025 shows the direction of Russian legislation in this sphere. Thus, it is possible to suppose that the concept of circular migration will be developed in the framework of the Russian legislation over the medium term.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
11 Report

Russia Resurgent, Russophobia in Decline? Polish Perceptions of Relations with the Russian Federation 2004–2012

Authors Raymond Taras
Year 2014
Journal Name Europe-Asia Studies
Citations (WoS) 2
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
13 Journal Article

Economic Features of formation and implementation of State Migration Policy in Russia

Authors Angela Sergeevna Igonina, Denis Ivanovich Igonin, Ruslan Faritovich Garipov
Year 2019
Journal Name REVISTA SAN GREGORIO
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
14 Journal Article

Chinese migration and Chinese diaspora in Russia

Authors Sergey RYAZANTSEV
Description
Russian Federation is the closest Northern neighbour of China. Relations with Russia are thus in the center of Chinese geopolitical and economic interests are nowadays. In 1990-2010 socio-economic and political cooperation between the two countries got more dynamic and presented the following features: cross-border labor increased; the amount of investments and trade increased; new forms of migration appeared, and intercultural exchanges between the populations intensified. The transformation of socio-economic and political relations changed also the style of living and infrastructure of the border regions of Russia and China. The objective of the present paper is to probe the links between the Chinese investments and migration of the Chinese to Russia in the period 1990-2012. The paper proceeds thus in the following four steps: brief description of investments and trade exchange between Russia and China; analysis of migration flows between China and Russia in the new economic context; categorization of Chinese migration to Russia and of economic activities of Chinese diaspora and their links to investment; analysis of specificities of socio-economic adaptation of Chinese migrants in Russia.
Year 2014
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
15 Report

Role of International Labour Migration in Russian Economic Development

Authors Vladimir IONTSEV, Irina IVAKHNYUK
Description
In the two post-Soviet decades Russia has become actively involved in international labour flows. Today Russia acts as an exporter and an importer of labour in the global labour market: Russian citizens work all over the world, from Europe to New Zealand; while labor migrants in the Russian Federation are predominantly citizens from the former Soviet republics. Russia annually attracts around 1.5 million labour migrants, three quarters of whom come from the CIS countries. In fact, the Russian labour market is a regional one, employing millions of citizens of the post-Soviet countries, a fact which, in the end, provides relative social stability in the region. The present executive summary examines both sides of Russian participation in the global labour market. However, the main focus is on labour migration to Russia, as the import of labour resources is larger and more significant for the country’s economic development.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
16 Report

“Heterodox Religiousness” in Today’s Russia: Results of an Empirical Study

Authors Demyan Belyaev
Year 2011
Journal Name Social Compass
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
17 Journal Article

Legal Regulation of the Migration Processes in the Russian Federation

Authors Lidyia Dadunovna Burinova, Artur Mikhailovich Burinov, Elza Vladimirovna Dorzhi-Goryaeva, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
18 Journal Article

Legal Regulation of the Synergetic effect of Innovation in the Structure of National Economies of the Union State

Authors Ruslan A. Abramov, Maksim S. Sokolov, Meir N. Surilov, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name UTOPIA Y PRAXIS LATINOAMERICANA-REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE FILOSOFIA IBEROAMERICANA Y TEORIA SOCIAL
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
19 Journal Article

On the Typology of Immigrant Slavic Dialects in Russia

Authors S. S. Skorvid
Year 2017
Journal Name SLOVENE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SLAVIC STUDIES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
21 Journal Article

The Ethnic Composition of Families in Russia in 1989: Insights into the Soviet "Nationalities Policy"

Authors Nikolai Botev
Year 2002
Journal Name Population and Development Review
Citations (WoS) 3
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
22 Journal Article

A look at migrations in the post-Soviet space : the case of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Russian Federation

Authors Agnieszka WEINAR
Year 2014
Journal Name International Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
23 Journal Article

HISTORICAL AND LEGAL FUNDAMENTALS OF THE CUSTOMARY LAW OF THE MORDVINS IN THE TRADITIONAL JURISPRUDENCE OF RUSSIA

Authors Iuiia N. Sushkova
Year 2020
Journal Name REVISTA INCLUSIONES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
24 Journal Article

Ideology, methodology, and context - Social science surveys in the Russian Federation

Authors CJ Buckley
Year 1998
Journal Name American Behavioral Scientist, 2014, Vol. 58, No. 12, pp. 1614-1633
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
25 Journal Article

Regional migration report : Russia and Central Asia

Authors Anna DI BARTOLOMEO, Shushanik MAKARYAN, Agnieszka WEINAR, ...
Description
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation has become one of the most important destinations for immigration in the world. It is also a very particular case of a destination country in which two types of flows have shaped the character of immigration. Massive waves of Russians returning to their ancestral (or actual) motherland from other republics dominated throughout the 1990s, diminishing in 2000s. At the same time, the growing Russian economy started to attract immigrant workers from other parts of the post-Soviet space, especially from less developed central Asian countries, namely Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Nowadays, they are the main working migrant group, whose presence is contested on cultural grounds. The Eurasian migration system is thus a central theme for migration research in the region. This report proposes a deep comparative analysis of the place of Russia and Kazakhstan (Russia’s emerging economic rival) in the Eurasian migration system. The analysis is accompanied by an analysis of data collection in Russia and the development of Russia’s migration policy.
Year 2014
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
27 Report

Statistical data collection on migration in Russia

Authors Irina IVAKHNYUK, Vladimir IONTSEV
Description
Migration data collection within Russia has significantly improved in recent years. A set of laws and administrative decrees launched in 2002-2010 have updated the system of migrant registration and have improved communication channels between data collecting administrative bodies (Ministry of Interior, Federal Migration Service, Border Service, etc.) and the Federal Statistical Service of the Russian Federation (Rosstat). In 2009, the elaboration of the Integrated System of Migration Data (Gosudarstvennaya Informatsionnaya Systema Migratsionnogo Ucheta - GISMU) was finalized. Its core is the Centralized databank on foreign nationals (Centralny bank dannykh ucheta inostrannykh grajdan - CBDUIG) that carries both personal and statistical information. Collection of migration data focuses mainly on migrants' flows, while data on migrant stocks are an object for population censuses only. Russian statistical sources usually separate data on migration exchange with the post-Soviet countries (CIS & Baltic countries and Georgia) (novoye zarubejye) from data on all other countries (staroye zarubejye). This division is fundamental because of differences in migration flows between Russia and the two groups of countries in terms of nature, scale, structure, as well as the migration regulations applied.
Year 2011
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
28 Report

Effects of New Economic Reality on Social Changes: A Cross-Cultural Analysis

Authors Gulnaz Galimova, Olga Panchenko, Flera Mukhametzyanova, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
29 Journal Article

Cultural or Political Diaspora: Approach of the Russian Federation

Authors Olga Tkach
Book Title Emigration and diaspora policies in the age of mobility
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
30 Book Chapter

DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SERBS IN RUSSIA

Authors Irek R. Atnagulov
Year 2017
Journal Name NASLEDE
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
31 Journal Article

Forced Migration and Destination Choice: Armenian Forced Settlers and Refugees in the Russian Federation

Authors Liesl A. Riddle, Cynthia Buckley
Year 1998
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 9
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
32 Journal Article

Anti-Muslim Fear Narrative and the Ban on Said Nursi's Works as "Extremist Literature" in Russia

Authors Mustafa Tuna
Year 2020
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
33 Journal Article

RISKS OF THE HIGH-SCALE IMMIGRATION IN THE PUBLIC DISCOURSE OF RUSSIA

Authors Vasil T. Sakaev
Year 2018
Journal Name REVISTA SAN GREGORIO
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
34 Journal Article

A REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON THE LANGUAGE POLICY OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA AND THE MODERN LINGUISTIC SITUATION

Authors Elena Shelestyuk
Year 2019
Journal Name QUAESTIO ROSSICA
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
35 Journal Article

Cultural nationalism and everyday resistance in an illiberal nationalising state: ethnic minority nationalism in Russia

Authors Guzel Yusupova
Year 2018
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
37 Journal Article

Policy Streams and Immigration to Russia: Competing and Complementary Interests at the Federal and Local Levels

Authors Erin Trouth Hofmann, Julia L. Carboni, Beth Mitchneck, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name International Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
39 Journal Article

THE SHIFT IN THE VALUE SYSTEM IN RUSSIA AT THE TURN OF THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES

Authors Yu Sineokaya
Year 2018
Journal Name VESTNIK TOMSKOGO GOSUDARSTVENNOGO UNIVERSITETA-FILOSOFIYA-SOTSIOLOGIYA-POLITOLOGIYA-TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
40 Journal Article

RELATIONSHIP OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

Authors Victor Yu. Melnikov, Valery K. Tsechoyev, Andrei V. Seregin, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name TURISMO-ESTUDOS E PRATICAS
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
41 Journal Article

Does nativity matter?

Authors Cynthia Buckley, Yuka Minagawa, Erin Hofmann
Year 2011
Journal Name Demographic Research
Citations (WoS) 5
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
42 Journal Article

Organizing Catering Systems in General Educational Organizations: Foreign Experiences and Implications for Russia

Authors Eteri Mindzaeva, Sergey Neustroev, Margarita Ivanova, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
43 Journal Article

Politicized Ethnicity in the Russian Federation.

Authors Oleg V. Shamshur, James W. Warhola
Year 1998
Journal Name International Migration Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
44 Journal Article

Ethnic nationalism in the Russian federation

Authors AM Khazanov
Year 1997
Journal Name DAEDALUS
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
45 Journal Article

Ethnocultural Education as a Factor of the Spiritual Security of the Russian Polyethnic Society

Authors Nadezhda N. Sergeeva, Olga M. Shevchenko, Tauzhan M. Klimenko, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
47 Journal Article

Integration policy instruments in Estonia

Authors Mari-Liis JAKOBSON
Description
This research report gives an overview of the context and tools of integration policies in Estonia. As the overview suggests, the sphere of integration policy is in tension and is partially securitised, particularly due to conflicting goals with the Compatriot Policy of the Russian Federation. The field of integration is still dominantly focused on the Russophone population who immigrated to Estonia during the Soviet period. Estonian At the same time, integration policies are also beginning to deal with new immigrants, and the government institutions are starting to implement policies targeted to that particular group. There are also three distinct groups of nongovernmental organisations operating in the field of integration policy: the cultural associations funded by the government and in accordance with national integration policy goals, the political minority associations—among which several probably receive funding from Russia, and NGOs providing services, which have rather different profiles. However, there are also a number of for-profit firms, public schools etc. that get funding from the state integration budget and provide services. This results from the outsourcing of integration-related activities by government institutions.
Year 2014
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
48 Report

Russian Migration Research in Transnational Discourse: Theoretical and Empirical Aspects

Authors Elena Vladimirovna Khakhalkina, Galina Vasil'evna Grosheva
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
49 Journal Article

Migration, legality, and fertility regulation: Abortion and contraception among migrants and natives in Russia

Authors Victor Agadjanian, Sam Hyun Yoo
Year 2018
Journal Name Demographic Research
Citations (WoS) 2
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
50 Journal Article

Minority ethnic mobilization in the Russian federation.

Authors Mikhail A. Alexseev
Year 2004
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
51 Journal Article

Direct and indirect racial discrimination of Roma people in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and the Russian Federation

Authors Lucie Cviklova
Year 2015
Journal Name Ethnic and Racial Studies
Citations (WoS) 4
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
53 Journal Article

Document. Russian Federation federal law. On amendments and additions to the law of the Russian Federation 'on refugees'

Authors Anon
Year 1998
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
54 Journal Article

Minority ethnic mobilization in the Russian federation.

Authors OF Tanrisever
Year 2004
Journal Name SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN REVIEW
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
55 Journal Article

RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW On Amendments and Additions to the Law of the Russian Federation 'On Refugees'

Authors B. Yeltsin
Year 1998
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
56 Journal Article

Building a Tatar elite

Authors Aurora Alvarez Veinguer, Howard H. Davis
Year 2007
Journal Name Ethnicities
Citations (WoS) 15
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
57 Journal Article

THE WESTERN EUROPEAN MODEL OF NATIONAL CITIZENSHIP IN RUSSIAN CONDITIONS

Authors Irina B. Fan
Year 2019
Journal Name VESTNIK TOMSKOGO GOSUDARSTVENNOGO UNIVERSITETA-FILOSOFIYA-SOTSIOLOGIYA-POLITOLOGIYA-TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
58 Journal Article

Polityka migracyjna Federacji Rosyjskiej w kontekście polityki zagranicznej i sytuacji demograficznej

Year 2014
Journal Name Rocznik Instytutu Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
59 Journal Article

OPPOSITION OF THE COSSACK ORGANIZATIONS TO THE ACTIVITIES OF SECTS IN THE SOUTH OF RUSSIA

Authors Anton Bredikhin
Year 2020
Journal Name VESTNIK SLAVIANSKIKH KULTUR-BULLETIN OF SLAVIC CULTURES-SCIENTIFIC AND INFORMATIONAL JOURNAL
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
60 Journal Article

International Migration System between Turkey and Russia: The Case of Project-Tied Migrant Workers in Moscow*

Authors Ahmet İÇDUYGU
Description
With over 4.5 million persons born in Turkey living abroad – for the most part in Europe – Turkey is currently one of the most significant emigration countries in the world. If native-born children of immigrants are included, over 6 million, or more than 8 percent of the country’s population lives abroad. These large numbers are a product of various migratory flows from Turkey which began in the early 1960s with the arrival of Turkish migrants in various Western European countries, and continued with the arrival of Turks in Australia, and the oil-rich countries of North Africa and the Middle East (MENA), and then in the former communist countries such as the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The emigration history of the last fifty years in Turkey indicates that the migratory flows of Turkish citizens have become a part of various migratory systems. The main aim of this essay is two-fold. First, it attempts to document the dynamics and mechanism of project-tied migration from Turkey to the Russian Federation, particularly focusing on the case of project-tied migrant workers from Turkey to Moscow. Second, it looks at the migratory system between Turkey and the former communist countries of Eastern Europe, Central and Northern Asian countries, with special reference to macro, micro, and meso factors affecting the migration system concerned.
Year 2009
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
61 Report

Book Review: Politicized Ethnicity in the Russian Federation

Authors Oleg V. Shamshur
Year 1998
Journal Name International Migration Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
62 Journal Article

delete: Recent trends in migrants' flows and stocks

Authors Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Description
Recent trends in migrants' flows and stocks 2005, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017 Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
Year 2018
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
64 Data Set

Recent trends in migrants' flows and stocks

Authors Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Description
Recent trends in migrants' flows and stocks 2005, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017 Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
Year 2018
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
65 Data Set

Legal aspects of circular migration in the Republic of Armenia

Authors Petros AGHABABYAN
Description
Seasonal labour migration has been present in Armenia since the 1960s and the times of the Soviet Union. During those years 50,000 people from densely populated rural areas annually left their country, above all going to Russia, in order to work in construction: this phenomenon was known as “khopanchiner” (labour migrants) and its Russian synonym “shabashniki”. As a rule, departure from Armenia starts in early spring, reaching its height in March and April, and the return starts in the autumn in the second half of October. Annually, 60,000-80,000 people leave Armenia for seasonal work due to low salaries, lack of work and poor prospects. The main destination countries are the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Belarus due to the visa free regime, lack of language obstacles and then comes the US and other European countries. Though there is no legal formulation for circular migration in Armenian legislation, circular migration is indirectly referred to in separate legal acts and a number of international agreements/treaties signed by Armenia. They contribute or can contribute to the establishment of circular migration. They can stimulate it, as well as coordinate, to a certain extent, circular migration. Legal aspects of circular migration should be observed from two angles: Circular migration in case of foreigners’ or stateless persons’ entry and residence in Armenia. Circular migration when Armenian citizens leaving the RA.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
66 Report

The system of immigration-related legislation in the Russian Federation

Authors Margarita PETROSYAN
Description
Peculiarities of Russian immigration-related legislation can to a large extent be explained by the fact that citizens of neighbouring countries ? former USSR republics ? do not require a visa to enter the Russian Federation (except for the Baltic states, the Republic of Georgia and Turkmenistan)1 . Meanwhile, major immigration flows to the RF originate from these very countries, and they are largely spontaneous in nature.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
68 Report

DEVELOPMENT OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN TOURISM

Authors Alexander Alekseevich Fedulin, Olga Igorevna Vapnyarskaya
Year 2020
Journal Name TURISMO-ESTUDOS E PRATICAS
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
69 Journal Article

Migrant resettlement in the Russian federation: Reconstructing "homes" and "homelands

Authors P Polian
Year 2006
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
73 Journal Article

Migration and Forsaken Schooling in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan

Authors Ilhom Abdulloev, Gil S. Epstein, Ira N. Gang
Year 2020
Journal Name IZA Journal of Development and Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
75 Journal Article

Traditional Shapsugs' Natural Resource Use: Prospects for Revival

Authors Marina Vitalyevna Belozyorova
Year 2017
Journal Name NAUCHNYI DIALOG
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
76 Journal Article

Modern problems of preservation and development of folklore of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic

Authors S. L. Chernyshova, A. A. Petrov
Year 2019
Journal Name VESTNIK UGROVEDENIYA-BULLETIN OF UGRIC STUDIES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
77 Journal Article

Migration cooperation in Europe

Authors Agnieszka WEINAR
Description
This explanatory note maps migration cooperation in Europe that involves directly Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and the Russian Federation.1 It also tries to map possible channels of policy transfer from the EU to its Eastern Neighbourhood. It must be underlined that this part of the mapping exercise is limited to EU-related cooperation. It does not take into account processes in the post-Soviet space (e.g. Shanghai Process, GUAM or BSEC), nor, indeed, UN-level cooperation (IOM, UNDP, UNHCR etc.).
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
78 Report

Support for Separatism in Ethnic Republics of the Russian Federation

Authors Louk Hagendoorn, Edwin Poppe, Anca Minescu
Year 2008
Journal Name Europe-Asia Studies
Citations (WoS) 16
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
79 Journal Article

Legal regulation of combat against human trafficking in the Russian Federation

Authors Vadim VOINICOV
Description
Human trafficking is a social phenomenon characterized by high public danger. Individual states and international community develop a set of legal and organizational measures to combat it. For instance, in accordance with the UN Protocol on prevention and suppression of human trafficking, measures aimed at combat against human trafficking include criminalization of this deed; protection of crime victims; assistance in repatriation; encouragement of international cooperation etc. The legal system regulating the fight against human trafficking in the Russian Federation comprises various legal measures; however most of them are of general nature, i.e. focused not only on prevention of human trafficking, but also on combat against other illegal acts. The only special measure is criminalization of deeds associated with human trafficking and use of slave labor. Therefore, analysis of the Russian national legislation indicates that the main emphasis in the fight against human trafficking is made on the use of criminal law mechanisms.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
80 Report

MODERN RUSSIAN COMPANY TOWNS: PERMANENT CRISIS AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT TRENDS

Authors Vadim Ig Maliy, Vladimir V. Gusev
Year 2015
Journal Name VESTNIK TOMSKOGO GOSUDARSTVENNOGO UNIVERSITETA-FILOSOFIYA-SOTSIOLOGIYA-POLITOLOGIYA-TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
82 Journal Article

Ethnic identity of saami teenggers - represertatives of the indigenous peoples of the far north of Russia

Authors Natalia Flotskaya, Svetlana Bulanova, Maria Ponomareva
Year 2020
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
83 Journal Article

Eastern Europe and Community of Independent States

Authors Agnes Axmann
Year 1998
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 7
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
84 Journal Article

IN THE BEGINNING, THIS WAS AN EMPTY PLACE ... PLACE-RELATED NARRATIVES IN TIMOFEYEVKA, SIBERIA

Authors Sandis Laime
Year 2014
Journal Name FOLKLORE-ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF FOLKLORE
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
85 Journal Article

Trends and issues in language policy and language education in Crimea

Authors Paola Bocale
Year 2016
Journal Name CANADIAN SLAVONIC PAPERS
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
86 Journal Article

Human Smuggling in Austria: A Comparative Analysis of Data on Smuggled Migrants from Former Yugoslavia and the Russian Federation

Authors Daniela Peterka-Benton
Year 2011
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 2
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
87 Journal Article

The integration of refugees, asylum seekers, and IDPS in the Russian Federation

Authors Irina IVAKHNUK, Vladimir IONTSEV
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
88 Report

The roads of the Sayan Mountains: Theorizing remoteness in eastern Siberia

Authors Vera Kuklina, Edward C. Holland
Year 2018
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 3
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
89 Journal Article

Gulag Echoes in the “multicultural prison”: historical and geographical influences on the identity and politics of ethnic minority prisoners in the communist successor states of Russia Europe.

Description
'The project will examine the impact of the system of penality developed in the Soviet gulag on the ethnic identification and political radicalisation of prisoners in the Soviet Union and the communist successor states of Europe today. It is informed by the proposition that prisons are sites of ethnic identity construction but that the processes involved vary within and between states. In the project, the focus is on the extent to which particular 'prison-styles' affect the social relationships, self-identification and political association of ethnic minority prisoners. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the communist successor states all set about reforming their prison systems to bring them into line with international and European norms. However, all to a lesser or greater extent still have legacies of the system gestated in the Soviet Gulag and exported to East-Central-Europe after WWII. These may include the internal organisation of penal space, a collectivist approach to prisoner management, penal labour and, as in Russian case, a geographical distribution of the penal estate that results in prisoners being sent excessively long distances to serve their sentences. It is the how these legacies, interacting with other forces (including official and popular discourses, formal policy and individual life-histories) transform, confirm, and suppress the ethnic identification of prisoners that the project seeks to excavate. It will use a mixed method approach to answer research questions, including interviews with ex-prisoners and prisoners' families, the use of archival and documentary sources and social media. The research will use case studies to analyze the experiences of ethnic minority prisoners over time and through space. These provisionally will be Chechens, Tartars, Ukrainians, Estonians, migrant Uzbek and Tadjik workers and Roma and the country case studies are the Russian Federation, Georgia and Romania.'
Year 2018
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
90 Project

Eastern European Borders Annual Risk Analysis (EB-RAN)

Description
EB-RAN (Eastern European Borders Risk Analysis Network) statistical data from Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine are available from 2010. The core of the overview are EB-RAN and monthly statistical data of neighbouring FRAN (Frontex Risk Analusis Network) members: Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania (only common borders, or borders with the Russian Federation) covering the year previous to the publication. Six key indicators of illegal migration are measured: (1) detections of illegal border-crossing, (2) detections of facilitators, (3) detections of illegal stay, (4) refusals of entry; (5) detections of document fraud and (6) asylum applications. The data in the report are presented in several charts and maps.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
91 Data Set

TO THE QUESTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SKANSENOLOGICAL WAY IN MUSEOLOGY

Authors Vladimir V. Tikhonov
Year 2016
Journal Name VESTNIK TOMSKOGO GOSUDARSTVENNOGO UNIVERSITETA-KULTUROLOGIYA I ISKUSSTVOVEDENIE-TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES AND ART HISTORY
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
92 Journal Article

Linguodidactic Profiling in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language to Labour Migrants

Authors Anzhela Dolzhikova, Victoria Kurilenko, Yulia Biryukova, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
93 Journal Article

Reconstructing ‘Home/lands’ in the Russian Federation: Migrant-Centred Perspectives of Displacement and Resettlement

Authors Moya Flynn
Year 2007
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 15
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
95 Journal Article

The legislative system of the Russian Federation in the area of asylum and refugee status

Authors Margarita PETROSYAN
Description
The Russian law 'On Refugees' in terms of its principles and key provisions complies with the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees. Still, this general compliance has turned out to be insufficient for the institution of asylum to operate effectively in the Russian Federation. The unsettled nature of the procedure of determining refugee status and the lack of procedural guarantees for asylum-seekers creates the possibility for denials of granting asylum, on the grounds of political rationale. In the first place, this refers to refugees from the countries ? former USSR republics (Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan) as well as DPRK (North Korea) and PRC (China). Even in cases when the instance of persecution cannot be doubted, they are not granted refugee status but temporary asylum, although this institution by definition serves a different purpose, and granted protection is of considerable volume. Decisions about the denial to grant refugee status in many cases do not contain the motives of the denial or are limited to the reference to the fact that an asylum-seeker has left the place of residence for economic reasons. In the majority of cases the asylum-seeker is not provided with the negative decision as such, which makes it much more difficult to appeal against it. As regards the rights, especially social rights, of an individual granted refugee status, the lack of the mechanism of their realisation in legislation creates serious obstacles for refugee integration.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
96 Report

PEDAGOGICAL MONITORING OF TEACHING PROFICIENCY IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Authors Dmitry Vladimirovich Lukashenko, Marina Georgiyevna Sergeeva, Tatyana Vasilyevna Kirillova, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name REVISTA INCLUSIONES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
98 Journal Article

Access of refugees and displaced persons to socio-economic rights in the Russian Federation

Authors Vadim VOINICOV
Description
Based on analysis of the valid Russian legislation regulating the status of refugees and displaced persons, one can make a conclusion that guarantees of their socio-economic status correspond to generally recognized norms of international law and the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees. Russian legislation stems from the fact that access to socio-economic rights of a refugee is defined by his/her status of a foreign citizen or stateless person. Therefore, in most cases access to the indicated rights is carried out in accordance with the regime established for foreign citizens. However, in some cases (right to retirement benefits, right to social security, right to medical services) a refugee is given additional rights analogous to rights of Russian citizens. This approach to identification of socio-economic status of refugees corresponds to the requirements of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
99 Report

Ethnic and Republic Identification in the Russian Federation and Ukraine: A Social Dominance Perspective

Authors Fenella Fleischmann, Maykel Verkuyten, Edwin Poppe
Year 2011
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
100 Journal Article
SHOW FILTERS
Ask us