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Municipal Support of the Territorial Public Self-government in the Regions of Russia (using an example of the Southern Federal District)

Student: Mariya Danilina

Supervisor: Elena Shomina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This work describes the proposed study of an actual for today theme of territorial public organizations namely municipal authorities’ support of these organizations. It is a new and insufficiently explored theme for Russia but it is very important because the quality of life and standard of living of the whole country depends on the self-organization of local communities. Using the research methodology we expect the definition of the role of territorial public self-government in a life of a Russian, understand how local authorities cooperate with territorial public organizations, identify the main problems of this cooperation. The work includes several sections: the introduction to the study, the review of the literature, methodology, and the report on the results anticipated and the conclusion.

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