International Projects under European Union Programmes
Kolarctic ENPI CBC Programme:
EU Seventh Framework Programme FP7:
Nordic Council of Ministers:
- creating the multidisciplinary network of researchers that will exchange best policies;
- and practices on healthy ageing in the Nordic-Russian region, paying attention to the situation of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
- Development of sustainable international academic and business partner network aimed at wider wind turbines/parks application in Cold Climate regions;
- conducting research on wind turbine application under cold climate conditions;
- studying the problem of ice and snow impacts on wind turbine operation under cold climate conditions.
CETIA will contribute with knowledge, innovation and expertise in addressing challenges posed by offshore developments in the sensitive marine environment in the Arctic.
The Barents Cross Border University development (BCBU+) project is based on the cooperation among partner universities involved in the Barents Cross Border University network (BCBU). The project contributes to establishment of higher education in the Barents region by developing jointly international multidisciplinary Master's programs of BCBU in the fields of comparative social work, information systems, circumpolar health and wellbeing and environmental engineering.
Overall objective: Developing New e-Health Approaches and Strengthening the Learning and Health connection through multimodalities and ICT applications at Schools
Overall objective: creation of modern system of inclusive education in the European North of Russia based on the best international experience and disseminating the project results to other regions. To promote educational conditions of vulnerable people (such as with special educational needs, immigrants, juvenile offenders, Roman population, other groups ‘at risk’), to improve their accessibility and participation in society and to promote their social contacts in joint activities.
Project objective: to explore ageing, gender and ethnicity through the lens of equality and social justice.
Implementation period: 2020-2023.
Indigenous and non-indigenous residents of the Nordic-Russian region: Best practices for equity in healthy ageing
Project period: 2020-2022
ARCTIC HERITAGE: Developing architectural solutions and conservation techniques for unique cultural objects
Project objectives: to strengthen academia, state (public authorities), wooden craft professionals & conservation architects (business community) collaboration, enhance knowledge and develop expertise in areas of shared interest between Russia, Norway and Finland in the field of architectural and technological solutions for preservation and sustainable management of the Arctic unique wooden cultural heritage objects (CHO), combining old traditional & innovative approaches.Project period: 2020-2022
The project establishes a network of scholars from Greenland, Finland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden. Its primary aim is to explore structural gender inequalities that apply to the Sámi people in general and reindeer-herding Sámi in particular. The project intends to collect and gather existing knowledge on structures causing gender disparities. In this context, one of the goals of the project is also to explore the framework of human rights applicable to Sámi women as it relates to the principle of non-discrimination on the basis of gender.
Project duration: December 2018 – November 2020 (24 months)
Food (in)Security in the Arctic: Contribution of Traditional and Local Food to promote Food Security with Particular Reference to the European High North
Objectives: to develop a network of scholars in order to promote new knowledge concerning the effect of climate change in the circumpolar Arctic on its vulnerable groups of population in regard to promoting overall food security as it applies to traditional food system as well as to the region’s population.
Project duration: 2017 → 2020
Others grants and funds:
- To exchange best practices of satisfying local and tourist transport needs: water transport case.
Implementation period: 2021.
Developing the creativity and potential of people with special needs through art and culture, expanding opportunities for their participation in cultural and social life.
Project implementation period: 2019-2021
Project period: 2018-2019
Project objective: to increase awareness on climate change among the society of Russia’s Barents Sea region, given its immense vulnerability towards climate change. The action will provide science based and up-to-date information on climate change for teachers, pupils, university students and interested youth in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Murmansk Oblast and Nenets Autonomous Oblast.
Project duration: 2019-2021
Project duration: 2019-2021
Project objective: The NDI Think Tank Action is designed to enhance genuine regional cooperation in the Northern Dimension area through science diplomacy, capacity building and people-to-people contacts.
Project duration: 2018-2020
Project objective: Cooperation in the field of creation the online packages and web-site for interpretation of orally generated speech from German to Russian language and further program location on Moodle-platfrom
Project duration: 2017-2020
Adapt Northern Heritage/Adapt northern cultural heritage to the environmental impacts of climate change and associated natural hazards through community engagement and informed conservation planning
-To develop procedures for risks and vulnerabilities assessments and sustainable adaptation planning of historic places and to make the procedures accessible through online software;
-To produce a select adaptation action plans to demonstrate how the environmental impacts of climate change and associated natural hazards can be integrated into conservation planning;
-To create a network for stakeholders concerned with the conservation of northern cultural heritage in the context of a changing climate to contribute, engage, learn and network.
Project duration: 2017-2020
CLINF: Climate-change effects on the epidemiology of infectious diseases and the impacts on Northern societies
- To strengthen societal preparedness for the threat of additional and new infectious diseases that can hit humans and animals.
Project duration: 2015-2020
Direction of scientific research:
Development of methodology for monitoring, assessment, prediction and prevention of risks associated with the high level toxic polluting substances transfer via biological pathways. These substances can accumulate in the food chain and spread in Arctic ecosystems.
Project duration: 2017-2019
More about the sea. From North to North: port, navigation, transportation of goods, shipbuilding, seaweed production
- To promote knowledge of Russian and German northern territories
Project duration: 2017-2022
Project objective: Development of supervision system in Russia and education of assisting professions specialists
Project duration: 2011-2023
- To ensure access to child-centered Social & Financial Education, testing of the course “Aflatoun: Child Social and Financial Education” (an open classroom, workshops, class hours),
- To adapt suggested educational and methodical materials to Russian standards, requirements.
Rendering support to the Russian higher education modernization, development of higher education institutions as long-life learning centers. The focus of the project is aimed at studying migration, intercultural communication and human rights, in order to raise the level of tolerance towards people of immigrant’s background and other minorities.
The ALIGN project seeks to enhance the intelligibility, consistency and transferability of qualifications through development and implementation of mechanisms for HEis to achieve alignment with QFs (qualification frameworks) and for EQAs to check such alignment.