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Dukhnich Olga

Department of Political Sciences and International Affairs
Faculty of Philosophy

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Date of Birth 11.18.81
Cell phone: 8 068 883 55 99
E-mail: helga95036@yahoo.com
helga95036@gmail.com
Education:

2004-2007 - PhD. student of psychology department of National Taurida V. I. Vernadsky University

2003-2004 - National Taurida University, psychology department specialty – psychologist, level of proficiency – MA

1999-2003 – National Taurida University, psychology department, specialty – psychologist, level of proficiency – bachelor1999-2003

Additional Education and Related Experience:
2001

Summer Institute in Conflict Resolution (Yalta, Crimea)

2002-2003

George Mason University (Washington, USA) – ICAR (Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution) – two certified courses in conflict analysis and resolution.

2003 - 2004

Republican Committee in Ethnic Affairs (Supreme Soviet of Autonomy Republic of Crimea) – consultative work with ethnic communities of Crimea, monitoring of possible indicators of conflict behavior .

2004

psychophysiological laboratory of Ukrainian National Security Council (Crimean department)

2006

2nd MMCP Diversity Management Training Jamboree/ Workshop “Ethnic Diversity and Power Sharing in the Local Policy Process” (Open Society Institute, Hungary, 24-29 of June)

 

NATIONALISM AND ETHNICITY IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCES: CHALLENGES FOR TEACHING AND INQUIRY (Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching ), FACULTY OF SOCIOLOGY ST. PETERSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY – 2 SESSIONS

2007

Training of Trainers “School for authorities” (IDC\UCIPR project) 13-16 December 2006, Crimea, Simeiz.

 

Training of Diversity Trainers: Developing cultural Competency for Diversity Trainers, 22-26 January 2007, Budapest

 

3rd MMCP Diversity Management Training Jamboree/ Workshop “ Conflict resolution and mainstreaming minority rights into local public policy process” –OSI\MMCP\LGI (Open Society Institute, Hungary, 3-7 of June)

 

“Frozen” conflicts: solution perspectives, dynamics and consequences International conference (Center of geopolitical studies (Lithuania), the Center of International and Regional Policy (CIRP), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, German Marshall Fund of the United States) Dubingiai, Lithuania, 24-28 of July

2008

Workshop in “Policy Analysis”(PAUCI and National Academy of Public Administration collaborative project)

 

CRC Workshop: Incorporating Diversity in Public Administration Higher Education

Work Experience:
2002-2004 deputy director of the Student Center of Conflict Resolution (SCCR) National Taurida V. I.  Vernadsky University and George Mason University partnership. Administrative and training activity, educational programs development and conducting
2004-2005 psychophysiological laboratory of Ukrainian National Security Council (Crimean department) psychologist-consultant
2004 - till now Scientific assistant and tutor of psychology department (National Taurida V. I.  Vernadsky University). Co-Tutor in Master-class on Ethnic Psychology and Conflict Resolution, Tutor in Master-class on Narrative psychology
2007 – till now Trainer and consultant of the OSCE project “Towards the peaceful and tolerant society in Ukraine. Interethnic relation in Crimea: education and learning”
2008 – till now Trainer and consultant of the  integrative course “Culture of Neighborhood” for all levels of education system
2008 Guest trainer and consultant of the workshop on tolerance and peace promotion for teachers in Georgia
2008-till now Responsible secretary of Ukrainian Association of political psychologists in Crimea
Courses taught
  1. Ethnic psychology
  2. Political psychology
  3. Social Psychology
  4. Narrative psychology
  5. Psychology of addictive behavior
  6. Psychology of the conflict
  7. Ethnic Diversity Management in the field of local public administration activity.
Theme of Ph.D. thesis

Ethnic and cultural peculiarities of narrative self-constitution of Slavs and Crimean Tatars

Sphere of scientific interests:

Ethnic psychology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, conflict analysis, narrative studies in human sciences, philosophy of postmodern, humanitarian comparative studies.

Skills

Training work for the societies, social and psychological research, learning courses elaboration, discourse analysis, focus-group providing, mediation and facilitation processes at the communities

Languages:

Russian, Ukrainian - native
English– fluently.