In May, Lucia Bombieri, a PhD student and intern researcher at the HSE International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research, delivered a report entitled ‘Instructions and Empathy: Teachers’ Role in Changing Intercultural Relations in School Settings’. Her report presented the preliminary results of a quasi-experiment undertaken in Italy and Russia with the aim of investigating teachers’ role in changing children’s responses towards migrant peers in a socio-cultural and cross-cultural perspective. Participants included teachers and students in the final year of primary school from different cities and regions in northern Italy and the Moscow region.
Friday, May 29
XXI April Academic Conference: Session ‘Energy and Climate: Economics and Politics’
HSE-RANEPA Open Talk: 'Does the Modern World Need More or Less Borders?'
Book Talk: Travelling Microbes in Central Europe
Ata Lab Seminar ‘Disease Progression Models’
Saturday, May 30
Online Meeting with Argun Başkan on ‘Turkey and the Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic’