Charity Of Religious Organizations: Historical Aspect And Modern Trends

Abstract

The article considers the charitable activities of religious associations of the Republic of Bashkortostan in the post-perestroika period. The tasks of moral education of the growing generation and society as a whole are shown. The materials of the Current Archive of the Council on Religious Affairs under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Bashkortostan were used. In modern Russia, as in the whole world, there are many problems of an economic, political and social nature. Not to mention global issues like ecology. It is especially noticeable that the destructive impact of man on nature has recently become, when, along with the success of scientific and technological progress, environmental pollution is increasing, rivers dry up, and soils are destroyed. In raising environmental concerns, we tend to continue to view nature itself primarily as a resource storeroom. The priority tasks facing the Russian state and society should be: protecting public health, promoting a healthy lifestyle at the state level, combating drug addiction, namely merciless struggle, alcoholism, smoking, solving environmental problems, improving working conditions, reducing traffic accidents and combating corruption. To solve all these problems, adequate state measures are needed to restore the country's economic potential after the severe crisis of the 1990s. It is necessary to revive and multiply the spiritual and cultural values of multinational and multi-confessional Russia. To increase labour morality, to revive the former authority of the person of labour. Maintaining high motivation for work, protecting all types of labour initiative and entrepreneurship.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.315

Online ISSN

2357-1330