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"Our idea was to apply this framework to the Russian context": interview with prof. Caroline Schlaufer on the "Policy narratives in moscow" RGS's results of the first year and role of the students in this project.
Artem Uldanov and Caroline Schlaufer have discussed several questions related to the work of the RGS and also the results of the first year
The seminar devoted to Gender Issues in Humanitarian Actions organized by OxFam will take place November 19. The speaker is Edith Muluhya, Global Gender Adviser (Oxfam Global Humanitarian Team), lecture on Gender Issues. Also among the participants are students of “Population and Development” and “Political Analysis and Public Policy” programmes.
The existence of “global public policy” is now widely recognized, both in formal terms (e.g., internet regulation) and as international standards and norms. Without a formal world government, however, the sources and processes of global policy-making are complex and multi-dimensional, branching out well beyond formal treaty-making bodies in the UN system. Of particularly interest in this presentation is the generation of policy advice and what we call “global policy advisory systems.” In this presentation, which is a part of our master's programme course Global Actors in Public Policy, Dr. Pal highlights some of the results of a three-year study of these systems, and current work on the role of global policy summits such as the World Economic Forum and the Doha Forum.
Introduction to the Narrative Policy Framework (NPF) and the research project. Policy Narratives in Moscow - first seminar of the group
This event was a first meeting of the group. Prof. Schlaufer started the work with general introduction into the Narrative Policy Framework (NPF) - what are the roots of this theory and what are the components of policy narrative.