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Administrations
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
Book
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

Tag "expertise" – News

Student expedition to Vladimir

Student expedition to Vladimir
From the 24th to the 30th of October 2019, a group of fifteen students and three professors from the National Research University Higher School of Economics, had the opportunity to participate in an ethnological expedition to Vladimir. The reason that led the group of students to this city was the local clash of ideals – if not mentalities - related with its central museum. During six days, with the support of the members of Vladimir’s independent journal, Dovod (“Argument”), the group of students, under supervision of their professors, was responsible to interact with the local population, interviewing entities connected with the museum, social communication, and the regional educational institutions.

ECPR 2019 General Conference

ECPR 2019 General Conference
This year, ECPR's General conference took place in Wroclaw, Poland and attracted more than 2,000 scholars from throughout the world and at all stages of their career. The Conference remains Europe's largest annual gathering of political scientists and one of the best platforms for academic discussion, exchange of ideas and the best thinking in the discipline.

Protest Publics. Toward a New Concept of Mass Civic Action. The book that came as a result of project "Civic participation and social changes" is now published by Springer AG.

This book is the development of the department's research on role and place of public in contemporary socio-political processes around the world with contribution of authors from HSE and foreign universities.

What shall be the policy tools to counter the mayhem of Xenophobia: Deliberating on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination at Public Policy Department

What shall be the policy tools to counter the mayhem of Xenophobia: Deliberating on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination at Public Policy Department
International Day for the Elimination of Racial discrimination observed worldwide on 21st March every year with the sole aim to combat racial discrimination and promote unity.
The students chamber of the Department of Public Policy on the 4th of April 2018, organized a symposium on theme: Promoting tolerance and respect for diversity in the spirit of ending racial discrimination and xenophobia. The symposium was attended by, students and lecturers. The symposium was conducted as an integral part of the course in our Master’s program Human Rights in non-western Societies.

The Nordic space and the Public Policy Department: An annual odyssey of ECPR in Oslo

The Nordic space and the Public Policy Department: An annual odyssey of ECPR in Oslo
Representatives of HSE Public Policy Department participated in the 11th annual general conference of ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) which was held from 6th  to 9th of September 2017 at the Norwegian capital Oslo. University of Oslo an academic Institution par excellence in the northern Europe is an eminent place of higher education in Norway for more than 200 years.  Hence Oslo became the Political scientist’s city for the four consecutive days when  the scholars from all over Europe and across the Atlantic converged for their annual summitry of scholarship and research on the subject of Political science and added discipline. The very impressive infrastructural support of the University team coupled with the impeccable management from ECPR volunteers  did make more than three thousand participants move effortlessly from different parts of the University campus with much ease and be on time to attend the range of panels.

Updated! Invitation for the Forthcoming Summer School “Russian historic memory: in search of identity” (23.10.2017 – 29.10.2017)

Dear colleagues!
If you are interested in Russian history and issues of collective memory or identity-building, we are pleased to invite you to our forthcoming research school. The school is called “Russian historic memory: in search of identity” will be held on 23-29 of October in ancient heartland of Russia - Rostov the Great.Over the past 15 years, the Department of Public Policy has held a range of summer schools, previously called “Baltic Practice” which focused on an exploration of the relationship between Russia and European Union. But from this year we are changing our focus and will be exploring the complex issue of Russian identity, which has renewed importance as the Russian government has increasingly celebrated key events of Russian history.

Demystifying the process of Policy making: The Round Table on Public Policy at HSE

Demystifying the process of Policy making: The Round Table on Public Policy at HSE
On 28 of April, Department of Public Policy, Higher School of Economics jointly with Moscow-Helsinki group conducted a very fruitful and thought provoking event in format of first academic seminar of the Round Table on Public Policy - “The Cognitive Collisions of Modern Policymaking”.