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Department Head Nina Y. Belyaeva
Vice-Chair of Department, responsible for Policy Analysis Study Track and for organizing main curricular activities Sergey Parkhomenko
Vice-Chair of Department, responsible for Human Rights Study Track and work with student’s initiatives and extra-curriculum activities Sanjay Kumar Rajhans
The Ideals of Global Sport: From Peace to Human Rights

Dubrovsky D., Creak S., Skinner R. et al.

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019.

Book chapter
Exploring Protest Publics: A New Conceptual Frame for Civil Participation Analysis, in: Protest Publics

Belyaeva N. Y.

In bk.: Protest Publics. Toward a New Concept of Mass Civic Action. Switzerland: Springer, 2019. P. 9-31.

Working paper
Educational achievements of migrant schoolchildren in Moscow

Kamaev A., Tovar-García E. D.

SSOAR. 0168-ssoar-46748-7. Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS), 2016

Prof. Belyaeva participated in the Workshop on Citizenship, Education and Globalisation at ECPR Joint Sessions 2015, Warsaw

Workshops at ECPR Joint Sessions  are closed gatherings of 15-20 participants, which last for about five days. Topics of discussion are precisely defined by a paper or research document for discussion. Prof. Belyaeva introduced here paper FROM IDENTITY TO CITIZENSHIP IN THE GLOBAL WORLD: HOW GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NETWORKS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO A CULTURE OF 'GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP' at a Workshop 'Citizenship, Diversity, Participation and Education in Times of Change'

Prof. Belyaeva participated in the Workshop on Citizenship, Education and Globalisation at ECPR Joint Sessions 2015, Warsaw

Theoretical assumption of close interaction between the concept of identity and the concept of citizenship is not accidental, as it is a result of development of ideas in modern theory of citizenship studies.  Those ideas got a "second wind" with different evidences of globalization, with creation of multiple supranational institutions and communities, that are structuring both individual and group identities across national borders.

This leads to the fact that modern person can feel at the same time being a citizen of a particular country or region, work to restore the ecology of the rain forest in the other part of the world, be a member of the highly specialized professional community of global corporations and organize international actions in defense of prisoners of conscience as a "citizen of the world."

Though great variety of different communities, to which a modern person can belong, is providing lots of new opportunities, it also brings lots of challenges, as those communities are often based on different ethics, that may be in sharp conflict with each other.

What can modern education do to help a person to meet those challenges?

Nina Belyaeva assumes, that to build a culture of global citizenship we need more diverse system of global educational institutions. Her paper seeks to examine styles and formats of both formal and informal educational institutions, using cases of ERMA - European Master Program in Human Rights and Democratic Governance and NECE - Networking European Citizenship Education - and explors the possibility to combine of best practices of those formats by creating " joint learning spaces”.

The Full Text of the researh paper can be found here.

 Belyeva_Workshop_ECPR 2015 (PDF, 734 Кб)