Member of the Editorial Board Elena A. Nazarova took part in internship in USA

The internship of Elena Nazarova, who works as a professor of chair department which called Public relations and media policy in Institute of State Service and Human Resources in RANEPA, was successfully completed as a part of the Russian-American exchange program of social experience and knowledge (OSOZ) in American cities Washington, New York and Austin (Texas).

On the 23rd of January in 2014 members of the study course as a part of of the Russian-American exchange program of social experience and knowledge (OSOZ) gathered in Washington (DC) for the official opening the internship program OSOZ.
The members of the working groups OSOZ, as well as the Board of Trustees and Advisory Board of the Eurasia Foundation came to welcome and congratulate and wish a success to them.

Since the 22nd of January to the 23rd of February, Elena, as a member of the working group on gender equality, took part in a lot of meetings, round tables and conferences with representatives of government agencies, research centers, directors and staff of non-governmental organizations dealing with gender equality, prophylaxis and prevention of domestic violence, protecting the interests of women in exercising their fundamental rights and freedoms.

The participants of internship with Sujata Warrier - director, New York City Program of the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (New York, NY)

Meeting in the organization "CONNECT - Safe Families, Peaceful Communities" with Sally MacNichol and Quentin Walcott in New York

The participants of internship with Carolyn Hill (Carolyn J.Hill), professor Georgetown Public Policy Institute Georgetown University (Washington, DC).

On the 25th of March the ISSHR of RANEPA will be visited by the number of scientists from the U.S.A. What is more, a round table discussion about internships of IGSUP professors and the discussion of gender issues are planned to organize.

The Internship Materials of Russian and American participants, who took part in program of sharing social experience and knowledge, can be used for developing new study courses.