“Art, Protest and Clash of Rights in Russia”
Dimitri Dubrovsky is Associate Professor in the program of International Relations, Political Science, and Human Rights at Smolny College in St. Petersburg, Russia. An expert in human rights in contemporary Russia, he specializes in such topics as xenophobia, white supremacy, and extremist groups. Since 1999, Dimitri Dubrovsky has taught in the educational program for regional ombudsmen of the Russian Federation, which is organized by the St. Petersburg Humanitarian and Political Center “Strategia.” From 2002 – 2003 he served as chief advisor to the project for the “Development of Interethnic Relations and Prophylactic Against Extremism in Russian Society” of the European Commission.
co-sponsored by Center for Civic Engagement and Russian and Eurasian Studies