Working Groups
The Education and Youth Working Group, along with young Russian journalists, shared unique experiences and offered valuable cultural insight to American youth during the 2015 Student Television Network Convention.
Working Groups
In his published article, co-chair Denis Rogatkin not only encapsulates the Education and Youth Working Group’s experience at the 2015 STN convention, but reveals the roots of student broadcast journalism.
Working Groups
To improve the positive connections available to foster care youth in Russian and the US, the Child Protection Working Group set out to understand each countries systems and in the process learned to better address issues facing children and older youth.
Working Groups
You look out the window, and there is a bear in your backyard. What do you do? Learn about how far our Protection of Flora and Fauna fellows and working group members had to travel to answer this and other similar questions about conflict management between humans and predators in Russia and the U.S.
Working Groups
Facebook is an excellent tool for creating an online presence of a working group – it is easy to use, cheap, and, most importantly, widely used in both the US and Russia. Furthermore, Facebook pages are designed to face outward and help build an external audience, thus broadening the working groups’ impact.
Video Downloads
“Innovative Social Ventures: Case Studies from Russia and the US” is a versatile resource for learning and teaching about social enterprises across borders. The Social Entrepreneurship Working Group’s coverage of these case studies grew out of an exchange trip ...
Fellowships 2015
While on the international stage the U.S. and Russia have continued to search for common ground, the ballroom at the Hamilton Hotel buzzed with enthusiasm and the spirit of collaboration as SEE welcomed its 2015 fellows.
Fellowships 2015
As they change people' s lives for the better, SEE fellows branch out into social media to give everyone back home a glimpse of their activities.
Working Groups
Through exchanging ideas, both American and Russian child protection advocates are learning from each other how to better secure the rights of children.