The fundamental scientific task of this project is to study the anti-crisis potential of modern youth policies in Russia and European countries, and to identify resources and means that allow or do not allow states to cope with crisis situations and redefine the formats of interaction and work with young people, increasing the stability of the country itself and the well-being of young people.
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.
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