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Interview with Frane Adam in Reporter

This article is available only in Slovenian.

Program group assembly meeting in Bled

IRSA had organised a program group assembly meeting in Bled which took place between 20 and 22 April in the Park hotel.

Invited guest speakers were from Slovenia and abroad, including Matevž Tomšič, PhD (SASS) and Victor Cepoi, PhD (SASS/FIS).

The program topics were populism, nationalism, globalisation (with the special focus on the role of China), social innovation

and its indicators. The presentations are available here.

 

Citizen Science Pilot Experiment in High Schools

Frane Adam published a new article in the online peer-reviewed academic journal IIASS (Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences)

entitled Citizen Science Pilot Experiment in High School. The basis of the article is recent research done in 5 grammar schools in Ljubljana. The article is available here.

General Assembly meeting for STEM4YOUTH project

IRSA participated on the 5th general assembly meeting of the STEM4YOUTH project (Horizon 2020) in Cantabria. The meeting took place on 7 and 8 June 2018.

Round Table: What kind of state do we wish for?

IRSA's director Frane Adam participated in the public round table entitled What Kind of the State do we wish for?
organized by Nova Revija Institute of Humanist Studies. The event took place on 21 March 2018 at Hotel Central.
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Welcome to the Internet site of the Institute IRSA

The Institute for Developmental and Strategic Analysis ('IRSA') is a private, non-profit research institution, oriented to the academic research as well as to the policy relevant studies specific for the "think-tank" organizations.

IRSA was founded in Ljubljana on 20 December 2004. It was established as a small and mobile research unit oriented to perform basic, applied projects and expertise in certain fields of social sciences and (partially) the humanities.

IRSA seeks to include young, promising and ambitious researchers in its work and helps them develop into social science researchers with an interdisciplinary scientific vocation. IRSA is oriented towards the international academic environment and includes in its projects and publications social scientists from other countries. Apart from being present in the international scientific community, members of the Institute are also present in local (national) research and cultural space where they advocate an open (knowledge-based) society and public discussion of actual aspects and problems of social development and civil society.