ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS FROM 1998:

  • 2013-2015 Romanetworks (click to visit the project page)

  • Management development training programs for more than 1.500 Russian-speaking managers with joint training sessions in Moscow, St-Petersburg, Cheboksary, Lviv and Beregovo.

  • International research project “Youth on the crossroads” (Soros Foundation, NY)

  • Training program in negotiations and business meetings for Russian CEO-s: Danube boat voyage from Beograd to Vienna.

  • Training for the British Gas-Agip-Texaco-LukoilCo. in TQM, business negotiations, and problem solving in Kazakhstan, Aksay.

  • Joint workshop “Youth and Tolerance” in cooperation with Friedrich Naumann Foundation:  Russia, Astrakhan.

  • RPR Roma – Police – Respect program for prevention and resolution of conflicts

  • Comprehension International Research Program on TQM - Organization and Human Resource Development sponsored by Open Society Soros Foundation.

  • USAID: 3 years; Organization Development projects for Hungarian ESOP’s

  • Gypsy “Start-up” financed by Melon Foundation.

  • “Start-ups” nationwide PHARE sponsored program with SEED (Small Enterprise Economic Development.) Foundation.

  • ”Mass Lay-off” Project for World Bank.

  • Law Enforcement Officer Programme on Combating Hate Crime – Train the Trainer for Ukrainian, Croatian and Hungarian Police Officers (together with American an Canadian trainers)

  • Organization of international conference: ”Trans-border migration in CEE countries: the experience and problems of regulation.”(Open Society Institute)

  • Participation in EU-funded Tacis MTP4 (Managers’ Training Programme for Executives from Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan; www.tacis-mtp4.org ) at International Business School (www.ibs-b.hu) by IBS Hungary

  • „Quality Management” - leader of seminar in Russian for group of executives from the beneficiary countries by IBS Hungary

  • „Comparison of Management Structures and Practices” - leader of workshop in Russian during Europa Seminar by IBS Hungary

  • „Quality Management” and „Marketing” - leader of seminars in Russian for group of executives from the beneficiary countries by IBS Hungary

  •  „Human Resource Management” - leader of seminar in Russian for group of executives from the beneficiary countries by IBS Hungary

  • Assesment of situation with rights of migrants workers (case of Hungary), UNESCO, Moscow branch: UN Conventions on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families and Hungarian Labor Market Needs.UNESCO report on labor migration http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001395/139533E.pdf (English)

  • Assesment report „Education of Children in risk in North Caucasus republics’: http://www.soros.org/initiatives/esp/focus_areas/region

  • “The fountain-heads of the leadership success” top management training for Investsberbank (OTP), Moscow

  • Training programme for police trainers on Pedagogical Techniques in Minsk by OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe)

  • Supervision and assistance in Education Support Program of Open Society Institute, Budapest in Caucasus Development Initiative

  • Dialog prepared and soon will publish the manual for teachers to deal with youth in risk (expected August 2012)

  • Expert of Dialog association Dr. Irina Molodikova leader of Hungarian team for the EU Integration Fund project:

„The Attitudes to Migrants, Communication and Local Leadership project (AMICALL)” is project to identify, share and disseminate knowledge, experience and good practices among Europe’s local and regional authorities (LRAs) in communicating with local citizens about migration and integration of third-country nationals. It is co-financed by the European Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals and led by a partnership of six European research institutions, with the Council of Europe as an associate partner.

The project seeks to provide a platform for the sharing of good practice and the development of new strategies for the promotion of positive attitudes towards migrants and towards migrant integration at the local and regional level. Thus it addresses two core areas of integration policy and debate: the role of local and regional authorities (LRAs) in integration, and the importance of communication and public attitudes. The research is being undertaken in six EU Member States, with a diverse range of contexts and interests: Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom.

PROJECT DOCUMENTS:


Reforms in Secondary Education and their effect on ‘children in risk’ in North Caucasus
[powerpoint file]

Stavropol State University: young teachers training report [Word document]

Report on organization of master classes with school teachers on presentation of Teacher Manual “35 Class Hours”
[Word document]
Chechnya, N. Ossetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachai-Cherkessia, Stavropol krai and Dagestan)
20 September to
10 October 2012

Article: “35 urokov – Teacher’s Manual” Presentation in Chechnya

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