The Higher School of Economics will become one of the government’s leading centres of expertise in the field of agricultural and ecological development, agrarian biotechnologies, rural areas, and the agroecological system as a whole. Additionally, the university will advise the government on methods for boosting agricultural exports and carrying out state regulatory reforms in waste management. This agreement was reached during a meeting between Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Alexey Gordeyev and the HSE researchers.
Monday, December 17
Lecture on 'Informality in Russia in Comparative Perspective' by Alena Ledeneva
Lecture 'Interplay between National Human Rights Institutions and Universal Periodic Review in South Asia: Issues and Challenges' by Prof. Dr. Y.S.R. Murthy
Tuesday, December 18