EU - Russia. The Seventh EU Framework Programme

The international project “European identity, cultural diversity and political change” is taking off within the Seventh EU Framework Programme. IMEMO RAN is a member of the consortium bringing together 15 research centres from the EU and Russia which has received grant support for academic mobility for 2014 – 2017 (FP7. International Research Staff Exchange Scheme; FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IRSES, Grant Agreement 612619, “European Identity, Cultural Diversity and Political Change”). 

The aim of the project is to promote cooperation between scientific research centres of EU countries and Russia through academic mobility, joint workshops and research.

 The meeting of the project coordinators 


 January 21, 2015 – workshop with the Centre for European studies within the framework of the on-going seminar dedicated to the analysis of political, social and cultural transformations in the contemporary world

 February 18, 2015 – workshop within the framework of the on-going seminar dedicated to the analysis of political, social and cultural transformations in the contemporary world

 April 15, 2015 – meeting of the CEI scientific seminar 

 June 29 - July 10 2015 – Summer University "National Identity at a Crossroads in Europe and in Russia"

 June 17, 2016 – theoretical-methodological seminar "Experimental Economics" with Professor Alessandro Innocenti

 

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