Working Groups
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.
Working Groups
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.
Working Groups
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).
Working Groups
The Higher Education Working Group’s project will deepen cooperation among Russian and US higher education experts working to strengthen inter-university partnerships.
Working Groups
This project of the Community Development Working Group will promote the development of small communities through utilizing existing assets to advance local entrepreneurial activity.
Working Groups
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.
Working Groups
The Child Protection Working Group’s project aims to improve models for finding families for older youth and enabling more successful transitions for orphans to adulthood.
Working Groups
The factors that drive successful community development efforts – strong messages, well-articulated strategies, citizen engagement, and cooperation between NGOs and governments – are not always a given. To bring together groups to exchange effective answers to local issues, the CSPP Community Development Working Group developed a project connecting organizations from 17 regions in Russia and 23 states in the US.
Projects
The finalists for SEE's 2013-2014 Linkage Projects have been announced.
Working Groups
Of Moscow’s nearly 20,000 orphans, over 75% live with relatives, guardians, or foster and adoptive families. The rest are not as lucky.