Department Kyoto University of Foreign Studies , Faculty of Foreign Studies Position Associate Professor
|Presentation Theme||Educational Policy Towards Migrant Children from Central Asian Countries in Post-Soviet Russia (Roundtable “Educational Reforms in Post-Soviet Central Asian Countries: Nation-Building and Global Challenges”)|
|Conference||IX World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES)|
|Presentation Type||Speech (General)|
|Details||This research is aimed to reveal some key characteristics of Educational policy towards migrant children from Central Asian countries in Post-Soviet Russia. It contains analysis of educational and migrational legislation and
statistical data published by public agencies and results of author’s fieldwork on problems of migrant children’s
education in Moscow (2009-2012) and Saint-Petersburg (2013) – mainly half-structured interviews with policy-makers.