Winner of the 2023 Atlas Russia-France programme
Published at 23 March 2023
Konstantin Shorokhov holds a PhD in Sociology. After a MA-1 at the French University College of St. Petersburg and a MA-2 at the University of Poitiers, he completed a thesis at the University of Nantes on The Red Cross and the fight against poverty in Russia. Construction of aid in a region, defended on 24 October 2019. Since 2012, he has been cooperating with the St. Petersburg branch of the S. I. Vavilov Institute of History of Science and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. During this period, he also worked for the Red Cross in Russia, where he conducted qualitative and quantitative surveys. His current research project, supported on the French side by the Centre Nantais de Sociologie (CENS), is a continuation of his previous research and focuses, in more general terms, on public policies for professional integration in France and Russia.
Title: Professional integration policies in France and Russia. Convergences and divergences in the provision of individual social aid
Keywords: Public policies, fight against poverty, professional integration
"Working and investigating at the Red Cross: between interests, advantages and limits of this status in the framework of a field investigation", Esprit critique, vol. 30.1, 2020, pp. 147-168.
"Building a relationship with the public authorities: the Russian Red Cross in search of its role", The Russian Review, No. 4, 2020, pp. 145-157.
"The Red Cross and Covid-19: what continuities and transformations of social action at a local level in Russia? A CENS Project, 2020, https://covid19cens.hypotheses.org/619.
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