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In this book an attempt has been made to investigate the contemporary challenges of diversity, multiculturalism and religious pluralism to protection of human rights and freedoms of citizens in the context of societies (and states) in transition. Focusing on various social, political, legal, cultural, and economy aspects of rights and freedoms of citizens within the state development in the context of the early Soviet Union and its first constitution, the book attempts to answer the question of why (some) state(s) fail to develop from totalitarianism to democracy and fall back into dictatorship.
Vitaliy V. Proshak is a guest researcher in Constitution, Human Rights and Freedom of Religion at Tilburg School of Law, Tilburg University in the Netherlands. In 2012-2013 he participated in the implementation of intercultural education Face to Faith School Program of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation in school curriculum in Ukraine. He holds (cum laude) MA Christianity and Society from Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, Tilburg University. In addition to other publications, his recently published books include Juridical Foundation to Religious Education in the post-Soviet Eastern European State (2012).