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The Influence of the UN and the Coucil of Europe on the Political Agenda Towards People with Disability in Russia

Student: Zinaida Mizikovskaia

Supervisor: Elena Vandysheva

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2019

Article explores the impact of the UN and the Council of Europe on the political agenda towards people with disabilities in Russia. An attempt has been made to clarify whether international organizations can influence the state under the conditions of a neo-patrimonialist model of government. In this order, theories of agenda making and international organizations were analyzed. They allow conducting a set of criteria for analyzing the policy agenda formulation. The analysis is based on the method of topic modeling. Keywords: political agenda, international organization, disability policy, neo-patrimonialism, Russia

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