Tag "Reporting an event"
HSE first visit to Pakistan took place in three major country's cities: Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. During the visit, HSE representatives, including Vladimir Kozlov, an academic supervisor of Population and Development Master programme, have met the leading Pakistani universities.
The conference dubbed "WHAT DOES IT COST TO SAVE FOOD" was organized by The Liaison Office with the Russian Federation (LOR) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) in collaboration with Messe Düsseldorf on the 29th of January 2019 in Moscow. In this conference, our student, Yaw Owusu Ansah, worked as a volunteer for FAO as part of his internship duties with this international organization.
At the end of November, Robert Gal, Senior Research Fellow at the Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, gave workshops for the students "Population and Development" on the National Transfer Account (NTA).
Recently, the paper of our first-year student of the master’s programme Population and Development Zhang Ruocheng 张若城 was selected to the Scientific Seminar of the Association of Chinese Postgraduates and Scientists in Russia 2018. The event was organized by the Department of Education, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to Russia.
In October, Zorica Skakun, from Oxfam GB in Syria, led two workshops on various aspects of violence against women for students of the ‘Population and Development’ Master’s programme. During the workshops, Ms Skakun gave an overview of international frameworks, mandates, and programmes aimed to end violence against women (VAW) and help survivors in various settings, including conflict zones and refugee camps. The students were also offered a group exercise where they brainstormed and presented ideas for pre-project problem analysis and activities to combat VAW in Syria
On July 3rd, the Head of State held a meeting with students from the Diaspora who are currently practicing at the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Moldova and stressed that students who left the country should be motivated to return to their homeland. Eight people were selected for summer practice this year - all of them represent the best educational institutions of the European Union countries and the Russian Federation. Our 1st year student from Moldova, Vitalie Stirba, have an oportunity to be one from them.
On May 24th students of the programme "Population and Development" met Dr. Melita Vujnovic, World Health Organization Representative in Russia, who gave a talk on the agency’s perspectives and ambitious plans for the nearest future. She kindly answered all the questions, encouraged to get familiar with WHO latest reports, and recommend to apply for internships.
Taking part in discussion platform students, postgraduate students, high-school students present positions on discussing global problems of the countries chosen. They make everybody notice these problems and suggest new ways of solving them. Participants of the forum try play roles of heads of delegations, ambassadors, ministers of foreign affairs or representatives of different international organisations. Bamidele Ola, a second-year student of the master's programme ‘Population and Development’, participated in the SDG International Youth Forum 2018 which was held at MGIMO University, on March 30-31. He is sharing his reflections on the forum.
Love Umesi as one of the Winners of the 2017 Higher School of Economics NIRS Research Paper Competition was invited among all to the ‘‘Academicus Modus’’ Field Research and Education School at the Voronovo Study Centre HSE, from 2nd to 4th March 2018, where the participants were privileged to attend courses on different aspects of academic skills development