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The Collaborative Journalism Working Group will connect sister cities Novosibirsk and Minneapolis/Saint Paul through an online portal where journalists and citizens will post articles, photos, and videos, ask questions, and converse.
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The Rule of Law and the Community Working Group aims to expand the knowledge of citizens on how they can investigate police incidents.
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The Social Entrepreneurship Working Group will promote programs that engage vulnerable populations in Russia and the US.
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The Education and Youth Working Group will promote models of collaboration among schools and NGOs that support new education standards in both the US and Russia.
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The Migration Working Group will study the effect of mass media on the formation of public attitudes towards migrants, especially pertaining to their interaction with law enforcement agencies.
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The Gender Equity Working Group will work with NGO experts to create effective and sustainable responses to violence against women while also providing an opportunity for them to share knowledge and skills and develop new partnerships.
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On September 26-27, 2013, Russian and American experts in four fields gathered in Arlington, VA, for the first half of a two-part “Building New Networks” conference hosted by Eurasia Foundation’s US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE).
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The Higher Education Working Group’s project will deepen cooperation among Russian and US higher education experts working to strengthen inter-university partnerships.
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This project of the Community Development Working Group will promote the development of small communities through utilizing existing assets to advance local entrepreneurial activity.
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The Public Health Working Group will explore the most appropriate and achievable strategies to address the health status of migrants in Russia and the US.