Mariupol State University and the Johann Schütte Institute for Political Studies of the University of Tartu (Estonia) announce the First Autumn School of Political Science. It will be held from 13 to 15 September at the MSU Center for Baltic-Black Sea Studies.
The project aims to create an educational, academic and communication platform for the study of topical issues in regional politics and international relations. Students and community activists in Mariupol are invited to participate.
The school was made possible by the Erasmus+ project "Rethinking Baltic-Black Sea links". The international initiative will include lectures, interactive sessions, thematic presentations and panel discussions. Educators from institutes and universities in Estonia, Sweden, Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine will share their professional experience with the participants.
Main topics of the school:
- Biopolitics and pandemic influences on world political processes,
- Nationalism and populism, perspectives on trends in the modern world,
- Information and cognitive warfare and countering misinformation,
- Language policy in Europe and Ukraine,
- Political systems in the Baltic-Black Sea region,
- Theoretical concepts of political science and their interpretation,
- Project management in the educational and public spheres.
At the end of the Autumn School of Political Science, all participants will receive certificates
To enquire about participation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Serhii Pakhomenko, Associate Professor of International Relations and Foreign Policy Department of Mariupol State University).