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Human safety (environment, food quality, healthcare and society) in areas contaminated with radionuclides

 

1. Objectives of the project:

unite the efforts of EU universities and partner countries (SP), NGOs and SP research organizations to train, retrain and improve the professional skills of experts who are able to solve multidisciplinary problems existing in the territories of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine contaminated with radioactive substances in order to ensure human safety ...

2. Objectives of the project:

- develop interdisciplinary master's and postgraduate programs focused on the safety of the population (BC) living in territories affected by accidents at nuclear power plants / nuclear fuel reprocessing plants within the following specialties: ecology and environmental sciences - "BC and the environment “; control over the quality of products - "Quality of products and warfare", medicine - "Health care and warfare"; political and social sciences - “BC and society” and implement them in 12 universities of the joint venture (4 in Belarus, 4 in Russia, 4 in Ukraine) since September 2014;
- to improve the professional and pedagogical qualifications of the SP teachers and modernize the infrastructure of the SP universities to ensure an advanced level of training for masters and postgraduates in relevant programs in the field of human security.

3. Brief description of the project:

Education of the population in the field of radiation safety is a key component of the State program for overcoming the consequences of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant for 2011 - 2015 and for the period until 2020, the laws of the Republic of Belarus "On the radiation safety of the population" and "On the legal regime of territories exposed to radioactive as a result of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant ".
The implementation of the project will modernize the master's programs in the field of radiation safety and ensure their compliance with the quality standards of the countries of the European Union. Improving the quality of master's programs based on modern standards, taking into account foreign experience and the needs of the higher education system of the Republic of Belarus, will contribute to the expansion of international relations in the field of education and science, the recognition of Belarusian universities in the global educational space, as well as an increase in the attractiveness and competitiveness of Belarusian higher education at the international level. market of educational services.

4. Work plan for the project:

- development of the concept of interdisciplinary training of undergraduates and postgraduates in the field of human security;
- development of master's and postgraduate programs;
- development of teaching materials;
- improving the skills of university teachers;
- pilot training of undergraduates and postgraduates;
- quality control and monitoring of the progress of the project;
- dissemination of project results;
- ensuring the sustainability of the project;
- project management.

5. Expected results:

- developed and presented in the published brochure Concept of interdisciplinary training in the field of human security for undergraduates and graduate students;
- developed, approved, legalized and included in the educational process of non-European partner universities master's and PhD programs on the topics "Human security and the environment", "Food quality and human safety", "Public health and human safety" and "Human security and society";

- improved knowledge and skills of teachers of non-European partner universities in English, as well as through their retraining at EU universities with the issuance of appropriate certificates and participation in summer schools, conferences, incl. video conferencing, and round tables;
- Resource centers on the subject of human security have been created and are functioning;
- developed and published educational and teaching materials for the preparation of students;
- training of students of programs in the field of human security began in September 2014;
- the first graduation of students of interdisciplinary master's programs was provided in June 2015;
- developed and published booklets on interdisciplinary master's and PhD programs in the field of human security;

- developed and published project brochures
- the project of the website has been developed and its functioning has been ensured;
- Agreements have been concluded between the EU and non-European universities.

6. Consortium composition:

  • University of Cordoba, Spain
  • University of Parma, Italy
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  • University of Florence, Italy
  • Riga Technical University, Latvia
  • Voronezh State University, Russia
  • Chelyabinsk State University, Russia
  • Tyumen State Medical Academy, Russia
  • Ural Federal University, Russia
  • Information and Educational Center of Ural Nuclear Cities, Russia
  • Sevastopol National University of Nuclear Energy and Industry, Ukraine
  • Zhytomyr State Technological University, Ukraine
  • Vinnytsia National Medical University, Ukraine
  • Kiev International University, Ukraine
  • Ukrainian Research Institute of Forestry and Agroforestry, Ukraine
  • Sakharov International State Ecological University, Belarus
  • Grodno State Agrarian University, Belarus
  • Grodno State Medical University, Belarus
  • Belarusian State University, Belarus

Amount of BSU funding: 98 612 euros

Website: http://human-tempus.com/

Contact person for the project:

Zhloba Albert, Associate Professor of the Department of Environmental and Agrarian Law, Faculty of Law,

tel. 209-55-77, email. the address:

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