The project " Anti-crisis Potential of Youth Policies in Russia and Europe in the Era of Global Risks: National Imaginary, Patriotism and Social Engagement" is almost over. In the course of the project, researchers conducted a comparative analysis of youth policies achieving anti-crisis solutions in Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, and Russia. The results of the study were presented at seminars, conferences, and roundtables dedicated to youth and youth policy.
In frame of the seminar Dr. Marta Fanasca, new international research fellow of the Centre for Youth Studies, will present her research.
On November 10 an online meeting "Youth and youth policy: conceptualization in the new realm" took place. It was attended by researchers of youth policy, heads of youth centers, representatives of youth non-profit organizations, as well as officials of executive authorities. The main agenda of the meeting was a discussion of the federal law draft on youth policy.
Youth policy in Great Britain: a seminar on the RFBR project was held at the Centre for Youth Studies
On October 14 another seminar on the project took place. Our colleagues, who are studying the anti-crisis potential of youth policies in Russia and Europe, performed first steps in their analysis and also provided the first interviews with experts from European countries and regions of Russia. The purpose of the seminar was to talk over the first ideas and findings in the course of analysis of youth policy in Great Britain. So here we are delivering to you the major topics our colleagues are currently working on.
The Russian Foundation for Basic Research supported the CYS application to conduct a study on anti-crisis youth policies in Russia and Europe
As part of the initial project, the Center is focusing on studying new formats of craft trainings. Researchers interview young craftsmen from Saint-Petersburg and their students who participate in various master classes, courses and schools. Sociologists are already interviewing potters and ceramists, tanners, jewelers, woodworkers and their students, visitors to candle-making courses and many others.
Specialists of the HSE Centre for Youth Studies met with colleagues from the University of Georgia to discuss prospects for collaboration. They discussed the possibilities for development of academic exchange, summer schools, internships and a ‘Social Analysis of Youth’ track in the Master’s programme ‘Modern Social Analysis’.
The research project «Digital Youth and Media City», supported by the Kone Foundation, has been recently presented the digital book «Youth in the Media City – Belonging and Control on the Move». The presentation took place in Helsinki, 26 January.
On October 15, at the Center for Youth Studies of the National Research University Higher School of Economics there will be a seminar "SocUP" by Marko Vuoriheimo, a deaf rapper, a special representative on disability issues and an entrepreneur
The Journal of Intercultural Studies published an article by M. Maslovsky, A. Mayboroda and A. Garifzjanova "Multiple Cultural Encounters of Urban Youth in Russia’s Muslim Regions"