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Professor Alberto Eugenio Ermenegildo Pirni of Sant’Anna University, Pisa, Italy, visited the Department of Public Policy as a guest lecturer for the Project Seminar class, on 30th of September, 2019. Alberto Eugenio is also the coordinator of the research area in Public Ethics in the Institute of Law, Politics and Development at the Sant’Anna University and is a visiting professor at NRU-HSE, St. Petersburg.
On September 30, the Department of Public Policy held an orientation meeting with the first-year students. Professors of the "Political Analysis and public policy" programme of the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences told students about what to expect from the study process with the help of 2nd-year students.
'Students in our program come from various backgrounds, and I have cultivated invaluable friendships in these two years of studying. We had studied together, lived together, and had a lot of fun together. I will always carry these memories with me on my future journey to come'. You Li, a graduate 2019 of Political Analysis and Public Policy, shares his study experience with us.
The first adaptation days in Russia of Alchatib Satria Rizaldi were not easy. He used to live in Indonesia, a place where hospitality is a lifestyle which apparently in Moscow it is not obvious. The coldness of Russia's weather was seemed to equate the first treatment he received from the people he met randomly at the airport and public avenue. But during his 2-years study at Political Analysis and Public Policy program and HSE, the attitude has been changed and now he shares his experience with us.
Public Policy Department is glad to announce a new opportunity for academic mobility with University of Turin Department of Law for our students. We are opening a competition for academic mobility with financial support for the participants (up to 3000 euro) kindly offered by our partners at UniTo. Deadline is March 15, 2019.
Higher School of Economics and Public Policy Department concluded its annual Human Rights Week on December 15th. The week-long event was filled with activities, discussions, film screenings, talks and debates, dealing with burning human rights issues in and across the world today: ranging from refugee rights to lives in conflict zones. Over the week of events, we had 20 expert speakers both from within Russia and abroad, including international human rights lawyer Karinna Moskalenko and leading human rights activist Svetlana Gannushkina.
'Human Rights Week is an annual English language education event between the 10th December and the 14th December held within Higher School of Economics in Moscow to celebrate and promote human rights. This event is one of the foremost events on human rights in Moscow and in the past has been widely attended.' by BigTimeMoscow
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document which underpins the international human rights law and inspires us to continue to work to ensure all people can gain freedom, equality, and dignity. In 2018 UDHR turns 70! The students of the Master’s Program “Political Analysis and Public Policy” of the Higher School of Economics wants to celebrate this event with a week full of academic debates and discussions.
"I still remember the first day I landed in Moscow. It was autumn, the weather was slightly chilly and Moscow felt surprisingly familiar to me. It took me a good two weeks to finish all the paperwork (which was quite daunting in the beginning), after which I started feeling much more settled in Moscow. The program is truly international - I was amazed by the number of students from different countries such as Syria, Mexico, France, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Kazakhstan and so many more." - by Sambhavna Biswas, alumni of the programme