Religious Expertise: Russian Experience

Authors

  • Katerina Elbakyan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/rs.2013.17-18.1001

Abstract

In modern Russia, one often hears about the claims of state bodies to certain religious organizations, mainly related to the so-called “religious minorities”. The result is judicial precedents, when individual religious organizations are forced, often repeatedly, to appeal to the courts of various instances, including the European Court of Human Rights, in order to solve their problems. Sometimes, on the contrary, the state makes charges against religious organizations.

Published

2013-12-24

Issue

Section

Reflections, Informations, Reviews