Nikita Bolshakov took part in the development and organization of the professional development program for museum staff
Nikita Bolshakov, a Leading Research Fellow at the ILSIR, together with the Museum of Cryptography, organized a professional development program for museum workers called "On the same wave".
The partners of the ILSIR participated as invited speakers in the seminar "Diversity, Equality, Inclusion" on October 3, 2023
The seminar was hosted by the head of the Laboratory, Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova, as part of the course for sociology students "Diversity, Equality, Inclusion".
Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova participated in a meeting of the expert group of the Autonomous Nonprofit Organization "Internet Development Institute" on the topic of "Inclusion and Changing Attitudes towards People with Disabilities".
On June 6, 2023, Victoria Antonova, a Leading Research Fellow at the Laboratory, was invited by the "Open Yourself" project took part in the public talk "Trends in inclusive employment".
On April 27, 2023, the fourth consultation seminar of the series «Care and Well-being in Post-Soviet Eurasia: Institutions, Discourses, Identities» was held in the Laboratory. The meeting was devoted to the discussion of the topic «Public Attitudes towards Vulnerable People in Russia in the Context of Care and Inclusion Work. A case of ASD».
Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova, Head of the ILSIR HSE, research fellows and other colleagues of HSE share their impressions about participating in the international film festival "Cinema Without Barriers".
Elena Yarskaya-Smirnova made a presentation "Social Construction of Inclusion" at the RANEPA All-Russian Scientific Conference "Inclusive Discourses in the Performative Arts: aesthetics, ethics, politics, ecology, gender".
A workshop dedicated to the inclusion of children and youth in post-socialist countries was held at the International Laboratory for Social Integration Research on March 2, 2022. It discussed drafts of two research articles being prepared for a special issue of the journal "Children and Youth Services Review".