Carrot and stick: The state and civil society in today's Russia
As we launch the anthology "Governance in Russian Regions: A Policy Comparison" (Palgrave, 2018), this seminar will focus on state and civil society relations in contemporary Russia.
Place: Amalie Skram, Litteraturhuset in Oslo Date and time: Thursday 7. December 2017 14:30 - 16.00
As we launch the anthology " Governance in Russian Regions: A Policy Comparison" (Palgrave, 2018), this seminar will focus on state and civil society relations in contemporary Russia.
We'll show how loyal civil society organizations cooperate with the government in forming policy in various fields.
The book's authors will present their contributions, and we'll have time for questions and comments from the audience.
The seminar is free and open for all.
14:30 - 14:40: Words of welcome and a brief introduction to the Netgovru project
Senior researcher Aadne Aasland, NIBR-HiOA
14:40 - 15:00: "Governance in Russian Regions: Why and how do state and non-state actors collaborate?"
Professor Sabine Kropp, Freie Universität Berlin
15:00 - 15:15: "Child Welfare Policies in Russia– Civil Society Contributions without Return"
Senior researcher Jørn Holm-Hansen, NIBR-HiOA
15:15: - 15:30: "Substitution in Sápmi. Meta-Governance and Conflicts over Representation in Regional Indigeneous Governance"
Senior researcher Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, NIBR-HiOA
15:30 - 15:40: Comments on the book
Professor Iver Neumann, London School of Economics / NUPI (from February 2018: Director at NOVA-HiOA)
15:40 - 16:00: Questions, comments and discussion