Laboratory workshop. Presentations on "Political Structure and Environmental Risks" and "Development of Islamic Education in East Africa"
On March 31, 2022, another seminar was held, organized by the Lab for monitoring the risks of socio-political destabilization.
As part of the event, reports were presented on two topics. Lab's trainee Tamas Barnak told how the type of political regime, as well as the ideological attitudes of the ruling political forces, affect the level of negative impact on the environment. Particular attention is paid to the states of the African continent. The study was carried out using quantitative methods of analysis. Data sources were such databases as Polity IV, V-Dem, EDGAR, World Population Prospects.
Another trainee, Teddy Ondiek (supervisor - Alisa Shishkina), presented his findings from monitoring the development of Islamic education in the East Africa countries. Teddy touches upon the development of Islamic education in the states of East Africa. In addition, the paper focuses on differences in the teaching of history in secular and religious educational institutions.