Publications

Project No.3. Value orientations and reproduction of society
02/12/2017

Participation in conferences:

Phase: I

  • 1.    Ikstens, J. (2015). Sabiedrības vērtīborientācijas un sabiedrības atjaunošanās. LU 73.zinātniskās konferences SZF plenārsēde “Attīstības izaicinājumi”, Latvijas Universitātes Sociālo zinātņu fakultāte, 06.02.2015., Rīga (Latvija). http://www.lu.lv/konference/programma/


Phase: II

  • 1.    Cunska, Z. (2015). The role of ‘ex’: impact of education and partners’ previous family experiences on further union formation in Latvia. Paper presented at the Vienna Institute of Demography international conference ‘Education and reproduction in low-fertility settings (EDUREP)’, Vienna 2–4 December 2015.
  • 2.    Ikstens, J. (2015). Media consumption nav attitudes towards security of Latvia. Paper presented at the NSHQ conference on New Security Challenges in Mons, Belgium, 8 September 2015.
  • 3.    Ikstens, J. (2016). Mediju patēriņš, vērtīborientācijas un nodokļu maksāšana. Referāts LU 74.zinātniskajā konferencē Rīgā, 2016.gada 18.martā.
  • 4.    Misāne, A (2015). The Value of Tolerance in a Decent Society – Lessons from Latvian Experience”. Paper presented at the University of Padova conference “Tracing the Path of Tolerance”, Padova, Italy, 27 May 2015.
  • 5.    Misāne, A. (2016). “Kas kaiš Latvijai? Par anomijas diagnostikas metodoloģiju”. Referāts LU 74.zinātniskajā konferencē Rīgā, 2016.gada 18.martā.
  • 6.    Valtenbergs, V., Irbīte, I. (18.03.2016) Latvijas skolotāju pieredze globālās izglītības īstenošanā. Referāts LU 74.zinātniskajā konferencē Rīgā, 2016.gada 18.martā.
  • 7.    Zelče, V. (2016). Otrā pasaules kara noslēguma svētku rituāls postpadomju Latvijā. Referāts LU 74.zinātniskajā konferencē Rīgā, 2016.gada 18.martā.

Phase: III

  • 1.    Mieriņa, I. (2016). Political Alientation in Post-Communist Countries - a Sign of Social Anomie? Paper to be presented at the 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology „The Future We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggle for a Better World.” In Vienna, Austria, 10.-14.07. 2016.
  • 2.    Misāne, A (2016). ‘Conversion to Islam in Latvia: The Value Aspects’,  konferencē RENDRE COMPTE DES CONVERSIONS À L’ISLAM : VERS QUELLE APPROCHE EN SCIENCES SOCIALES ?/ INVESTIGATING CONVERSIONS TO ISLAM / WHICH APPROACH IN SOCIAL SCIENCES? , (Observatoire Sociologique du Changement) et CEVIPOF (Centre de recherches politiques), Laboratoires de Sciences Po,  Parīzē, Francijā,  15.-16.02.2016.
  • 3.    Misāne, A (2016). Anomie, Anomia and Anomy – Distinct Concepts or Distinct Research Approaches ? A View from Latvia. Paper presented at The Future We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggle for a Better World./3rd ISA Forum of Sociology,  Vīne, 27.05.2015.
  • 4.    Zelče, V. (2016). “Jaunlatvieši un nacionālā identitāte”. Starptautiskā zinātniskā konference “Indivīds. Vēsture. Nācija. Latviešu etnogrāfiskajai izstādei – 120”, Latvijas Nacionālais vēstures muzejs. 25. 10.2016.
  • 5.    Zelče, V. (2016). “Vēsture Jāņa Streiča filmās”. Starptautiska zinātniska konference “Jānis Streičs un laikmetu zīmes” Rīgas Kino muzejs, Latvijas Kultūras akadēmijas Zinātniskās pētniecības centrs, Starptautiskās kinokritiķu asociācijas (FIPRESCI) Latvijas nodaļa un biedrība “Ekrāns”. 20.10.2016.


Phase: IV

  • (1)    Misāne A. “From Deviant to Accepted – How ‘Invisibe Religion’ became Visible in Latvia.” Referāts ESSWE 6.konferencē “Western Esotericism and Deviance”, Erfurtē, 1.-3. jūnijā, 2017.
  • (2)    Misāne A. “Valuespeak.Christian values as a political concept and values of the Christians in contemporary Latvia”. Referāts konferencē “Religion and Power” Vytautas Magnus University, Kauņā, 5.-6. Oktobrī, 2017. (Prezentācijā tika izmantoti SUSTINNO dati/ In the preparation of the presentation SUSTINNO data has been used).
  • (3)    Valtenbergs V. Prezentācija konferencē, 23.11.2017 “Finding One’s Voice Online. The Analysis of Online Petitions of Manabalss.lv in Latvia Riga Readings in Social Sciences (RRSS) “Civic society, inequality and post-crisis transformations” .
  • (4)    Valtenbergs, V., Ebele, I. (03.07.2017) The need for integral approach in global education and global citizenship. Virtual presentation. Conference “EDULEARN 2017”. Panel “Leadership in 21st century Education.” Presentation available: https://iated.org/concrete3/paper_detail.php?paper_id=59398 (Virtuālā prezentācija konferencē/ Virtual presentation in the conference).
  • (5)    Zelče, V. Report “Soviet Nostalgia in Post-Soviet Latvia”, 12th Conference on Baltic Studies in Europe, University of Latvia, Riga, 19-21 June, 2017, Riga.
  • (6)    Zelče, V., Ardava L. Ziņojums “Medijpratība”. LU 75. konferences Sociālo zinātņu Komunikācijas zinātnes Bibliotēkzinātnes un informācijas zinātnes sēde “Dzīves meistarība un informācijpratība". 2017. gada 23. marts.
  • (7)    Zelče, V. (2015). “Photo Albums of the Latvian Women after World War II”, ASEEES 48th Annual Convention, November 17–20, 2016, Washington, DC
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Project No.4. Environmental Diversity and Sustainable Governance
01/12/2016

Participation in conferences:

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International conferences:

Kaulins J., Ernsteins R. Indicator systems for municipal sustainable development governance: Design and structure, construction and integration. Report. 21st Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference: Tipping Point: Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity, Melbourne, Australia.

Ernsteins R., Kaulins J., Kudrenickis I., Zilniece I. Sustainable coastal governance: Coastal science and socio-ecological indicator systems. Poster report. International Sustainable Development Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, Tomorrow People Organization, SDC 2015.

Kudreņickis I., Ernšteins R., Lontone A., Kauliņš J., Zvirbule L., Strazdiņš J., Šteinberga Z., Zīlniece I., Ķepals A. Municipal Climate Change Adaptation Governance in Latvia: Approaching Cross-Sectorial and Multi-Instrumental Understanding. Report. International conference on Regional Formation and Development Studies. Klaipeda, 2014.

Kauliņš J. Latvian local governments experience in using indicators for development evaluation: Problems and challenges. Capacity-building and institutional cooperation between Latvian and Norwegian institutions, local and regional authorities”. Report. 1st Intergovernmental and municipal practice experience seminar, Oslo, Norway, 2015

International conferences in Latvia:

Kauliņš J., Ernšteins R., Kudreņickis I. Municipal Indicator System for Sustainable Development Governance: Sustainability Assessment for Saulkrasti Municipality. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015

Graudiņa-Bombiza S., Ernšteins R., Lontone A., Antons V. Household Environmental Governance and Municipal Development: Environmental Friendly Action Evaluation and Planning. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015

Kauliņš J., Ernšteins R., Frīdmanis J., Zvirbule L. Municipal Environmental Governance Development: Environmental Governance Status Approach and Integration into Development Planning. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015

Ernšteins R., Lagzdiņa Ē., Štāls A., Ošniece K. Complementary Development of Municipal Environmental Communication Instruments: Information and Education, Participation and Behaviour. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015

Ķepals A., Zīlniece I., Ulme J. Coastal Governance and environmental communication tool development. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015

Kudreņickis I., Ernšteins R., Lagzdiņa E. Climate change management practices and tools in Latvia. Report. 18. International scientific conference, University of Liepaja in cooperation with University of Mälardalen, Liepaja, Latvia, 2015
 

Reports at the 73rd scientific conference of the University of Latvia:

Kauliņš J., Ernšteins R. Design and development of indicator systems guidelines for the management of sustainable development. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015

Kudreņickis I., Ernšteins R. Climate change management tools in Latvi: development practices for local governments. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015

Ķepals A., Zīlniece I., Lontone-Ieviņa A. Integrated coastal management in local governments: basic approaches and collaborative communication principle. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia.  Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015

Kauliņš J. Sustainable development management system of indicators: measuring methodological support municipalities. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015

Ernšteins R., Kauliņš J., Kudreņickis I. Strategic planning for sustainable development in municipalities: management assessment practice. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015


Melece K. Environmental Communication responsible lifestyle: environmental management practices in households. 73. Scientific conference of University of Latvia.  Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2015

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International conferences:

Lontone A., Zvirbule L., Graudina - Bombiza S., Ernsteins R. Municipal Environmental Governance Development in Latvia: Vertical Mutual Integration Understanding. Report. 15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM under aegis of Academies of Sciences of Eastern Europe, Bulgaria, Albena. 2015.

Kaulins J., Kudrenickis I., Ernsteins R. Sustainable governance indicators for coastal municipalities: Local Saulkrasti case development. Poster report, 15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM under aegis of Academies of Sciences of Eastern Europe, Bulgaria, Albena. 2015.

Ernsteins R., Kaulins J., Kudrenickis I., Antons V. Integrated coastal management model approach for local municipalities: Latvia case development. Poster report, 15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM under aegis of Academies of Sciences of Eastern Europe, Bulgaria, Albena

International conferences in Latvia:

Brizga J. Sustainable development of society: values – actions – influences. International scientific conference Education and sciences for sustainable development. Report. Daugavpils: University of Daugavpils, 2015.


Reports at the 74th scientific conference of the University of Latvia:

Kaulins J., Ernsteins R. Development conditions of indicator systems for coastal municipality (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016.

Kaulins J., Ernsteins R. The national framework of coastal tematical planning in Latvia: assessment and options for municipal development (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016.

Kaulins J. Sustainability and integrativity in the long term development planning documents in Latvia (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016.

Kudrenickis I. Climate change governance problematic issues in the municipalities of Latvia (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016

Brizga J. Sustainable consumption governance developments: discrepancies and diferences of values – actions – loads interaction processes (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016.

Kepals A. Blue flag as an instrument of coastal municipality governance development (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016

Lontone – Ievina A., Ernsteins R., Zilniece I. Environmental governance development in municipalities: approaches and integration of environmental sector, development governance sectors and dimensions (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Report. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016

Theses in the proceedings of conferences:

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Ernsteins R. Imperative of complementary development of environmental communication instruments: providing of environmental communication sector in public governance (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Proceedings. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016. 448-453 p.

Lontone – Ievina A., Ernsteins R., Zilniece I. Environmental governance development in municipalities: approaches and integration of environmental sector, development governance sectors and dimensions (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Proceedings.  Riga: University of Latvia, 2016. 470-474 lpp.

Brizga J. Sustainable consumption governance developments: discrepancies and diferences of values – actions – loads interaction processes (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Proceedings.  Riga: University of Latvia, 2016. 437 – 441 p.

Kaulins J., Ernsteins R. Development conditions of indicator systems for coastal municipality (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Proceedings. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016. 382 – 387 p.

Kaulins J., Ernsteins R. The national framework of coastal tematical planning in Latvia: assessment and options for municipal development (in Latvian). 74th Scientific Conference of University of Latvia. Geography. Geology. Environmental Science. Proceedings. Riga: University of Latvia, 2016. 377 – 382 p.


National Research Programme “Innovation and sustainable development: Latvia’s post-crisis experience in a global context (SUSTINNO)”
05/01/2016


Project No.1. The competitiveness of Latvian enterprises in external markets
04/01/2016

Participation in conferences:

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Krūmiņa, M. (2015). Who are Latvian early-stage entrepreneurs. The 57th International Scientific Conference of Daugavpils University. 16.-17.04.2015, Daugavpils (Latvia). Presentation is available here: http://biceps.org/en/news/WhoAreLatvianEarlyStageEntrepreneurs

Pļuta, A. (2015). Taxes and the Labour Market Participation in Latvia. The 16th International Scientific Conference “Economic Science for Rural Development 2015”, LLU ESAF, 23.-24.04.2015, Jelgava (Latvia). Presentation is available here:
http://biceps.org/lv/jaunumi/TaxesAndTheLabourMarketParticipationInLatvia

Krūmiņa, M. (2015). Latvian early-stage entrepreneurs - trends over time. The 8th International Scientific Conference “Information Society and modern Business. Modern Trends in Bussiness: Globalization vs Localization”, 23.-24.04.2015, Ventspils (Latvia). Presentation is available here: http://biceps.org/en/news/LatvianEarlyStageEntrepreneursTrendsOverTime

Melece L., Krievina A. Development of Local Food Systems in Latvia. 21st International Scientific Conference „Research for Rural Development 2015”. May 13-15.2015, Latvia University Agriculture, Jelgava.
Programme: http://www2.llu.lv/research_conf/Preliminary_programme_2015.pdf

Melece L., Krievina A. (2015). Competitiveness and Innovations in the Food Sector: Comparison of Baltic Countries. International Scientific Conference “European Integration and Baltic Sea Region: Diversity and Perspectives – 2015”, 11-13 June, 2015, University of Latvia, Riga (Latvia). Programme: http://www.lu.lv/eibsrs2015/programme/

Jeroscenkova, L., Rivza, B., Kruzmetra, M., Melece, L., Spaks, A., Artsiusheuski, M. (2015). The Value of Cultural Heritage: The State in Belarus and Latvia”. 25th Congress of the Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists „Nordic View to Sustainable Rural Development”, 16-18.06.2015, Riga (Latvia). http://njfcongress.eu

Melece L., Krievina A. (2015). Growth of Food Sector Productivity through Innovations”. Second International Scientific-Practical Conference „Economics and Management Science & Studies - Innovative Solutions”, Aleksandras Stulginskis University, June 26-27, 2015, Kaunas–Vilnius–Klaipėda (Lithuania). http://www.laei.lt/x_file_download.php?pid=2273


Project No.2. Social dimension of sustainability and social innovation
03/12/2015

Participation in conferences:

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Bela, B. (2015). Ilgtspējas sociālā dimensija un sociālā inovācija (Social dimension of sustainability and social innovation). LU 73.zinātniskā konferences SZF plenārsēde “Attīstības izaicinājumi” (73. scientific conference of University of Latvia, plenary session in Faculty of Social Sciences “Development challenges”), Latvijas Universitātes Sociālo zinātņu fakultāte, 06.02.2015., Rīga (Latvija). http://www.lu.lv/konference/programma/?session=82 

Banceviča, M. (2015).  Evidencēs balstītas rīcībpolitikas nozīme risku mazināšanā un dzīves kvalitātes uzlabošanā (The role of evidence-based policy in mitigation of risks and in improvement of quality of life). „Informācijas tehnoloģijas – cilvēku ar invaliditāti dzīves kvalitātes uzlabošanai” (Conference “Information technologies – for improvement of quality of life for disabled persons”). Biedrība SUSTENTO (The Latvian Umbrella Body For Disability Organisations SUSTENTO). 21.02.2015. Jūrmala (Latvija) 

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 1. Krieviņa, A., Leimane, I., Melece, L. (2015). Role of Local Action Groups in Addressing Regional Development and Social Problems in Latvia. 21st Annual International Scientific Conference "Research for Rural Development 2015". Latvia University of Agriculture. 13.-14.05.2015, Jelgava (Latvia)
 
2. Melece, L. (2015). Social Innovation and its Types in Rural Areas. 16th International Scientific Conference “Economic Science for Rural Development’ 2015”. Latvia University of Agriculture. 23.-24.04.2015, Jelgava (Latvia)
 
3. Melece, L. (2015). Analysis of Economic Aspects of Leader Projects In Latvia. 16th International Scientific Conference “Economic Science for Rural Development’ 2015”. Latvia University of Agriculture. 23.-24.04.2015, Jelgava (Latvija)
 
4. Zobena, A. (2015). Innovative Approaches to Service Provision in Rural Areas: Case of Latvia. Easter European Countryside revisited – 25 years after the transition 26.-28.06.2015., Toruņa (Polija) (http://www.eec.umk.pl/conference/?page_id=9)
 
5. Rasnača, L (2015). Social Inequality in Rural Labour Markets: The case of Vulnerable Groups in Latvia. Easter European Countryside revisited – 25 years after the transition, 26.-28.06.2015., Toruņa (Polija) (http://www.eec.umk.pl/conference/?page_id=9)
 
6. Zača, E. (2015). Common Dreams of Global Cities in the Images. International conference Visuality: Intercultural Creative Discourses”, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University. 23.-24.04.2015. Vilnius (Lietuva)
 
7. Zača, E. (2015). Revitalizācija un publiskās ārtelpas utilizācija kā pilsētu augšanas ierobežošana. 18. starptautiskā zinātniskā konference “Sabiedrība un kultūra: Saknes un izaugsme”. 14.-15.05.2015. Liepāja, Latvija (Revitalization and utilization of public space as urban growth restriction. 18th international scientific conference “Individual and culture: Roots and growth”, Univeristy of Liepāja)
 
8. Melece, L., Šēna, I. „Sociālās inovācijas lauku teritorijās”, referāts 18. starptautiskajā zinātniskajā konferencē „Sabiedrība un kultūra: Saknes un izaugsme”, 2015. gada 14. maijā, Liepājas Universitāte, Liepāja. (Social innovations in rural territories. 18th international scientific conference “Individual and culture: Roots and growth”, Univeristy of Liepāja)
 
9. Bela, B., Rasnača, L. (2015). Challenges of Latvian Social Policy: how to reach greater social security. 12. Conference of the European Sociological Association “Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination”, 25.-28.08.2015, Prague (Czech Republic) (http://programme.esa12thconference.eu/sessions/2015-08-26)
 
10. Rasnača, L. (2015). Housing inequality: The case of vulnerable groups in Latvia. 12. Conference of the European Sociological Association “Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination”, 25.-28.08.2015, Prague (Czech Republic) (http://programme.esa12thconference.eu/sessions/2015-08-28)
 
11. Bela. B. (2015). Nabadzības un labklājības izpratne Zemgales dzīvesstāstos. VPP Letonika 6. kongress, Mutvārdu vēstures sekcija, 11.09.2015, Rīga (Latvija) (Understanding of poverty and welfare in Zemgale’s life stories. National research programme Letonika 6. conference, Oral History section)
 
12. Rasnača, L., Dobelniece, S. (2015). Is there Family Homelessness in Latvia? FEANTSA 10th Annual Research Conference on Homelessness in Europe “Families, housing and homelessness.” 25.-27.09.2015, Dublin (Ireland)
 
13. Silkāne, V. (2015). Application of nudging to promote the participation in the cancer early detection programme. 10th International Scientific Conference “Socil Sciences for regionl development 2015”. 16.-17.10.2015. Daugavpils, (Latvija)
 
14. Reinholde, I. (2015). Empowerment and decision making. 4th International Scientific-Practial Conference “Good Governance at Local Self-Government: Theoretical and Practical transformations”. 16.-17.10. 2015. Šiauliai University, Šiauliai (Lietuva)
 
15. Pelps, J. (2015). “The concept of the social state in the Baltic states”. International Conference "Implementation of the Constitution: Experience and Problems”. Parliament of Lithuania and University of Mykolas Romeris, 16.10.2015. Vilnius, Lithuania
 
16. Banceviča, M. (2015). Veselības stāvokļa nevienlīdzība pacientu pašnovērtējuma kontekstā. 10. Latvijas pacientu organizāciju konference. 05.11.2015. Latvijas Cilvēku ar īpašajām vajadzībām sadarbības organizācija SUSTENTO, Rīga (Latvija) (Health inequality in the context of patients self-assessment. 10th conference of Latvian patiens organization, with SUSTENTO)
 
17. Niklass, M. (2015). Investment in Human Capital as a Basis for Sustainable Development. International conference “Bridging education and science for sustainable development”. 03.12.2015. Daugavpils (Latvija) Programme: http://unesco.du.lv/files/KonferencesAnotacijuKrajums-Programma.pdf ; Conference proceedings: http://unesco.du.lv/files/KonferencesAnotacijuKrajums.pdf
 
18. Melece L., Krievina A., Leimane I. „Non-formal education and learning in Latvia’s rural areas under LEADER approach”, referāts – , International Conference „Bridging Education and Science for Sustainable Development”, December 2–3, 2015, Daugavpils, Latvia. http://unesco.du.lv/files/KonferencesAnotacijuKrajums-Programma.pdf
 
19. Bela, B. (2016). Sociālās politikas un personīgās pieredzes sadursme mazo vietu attīstībā. LU 74.zinātniskā konference, Zemes un vides zinātņu nozares sekcijā „Vietu plānošana un attīstība”, 05.02.2016. Rīga, LU Dabaszinātņu akadēmiskajā centrā (Latvija) (Confrontation of social policy and personal biography within development of small places. UL 74. scietific conference, section of earth sciences “Place planning and development”) Programme available: http://www.lu.lv/konference/programma/?year=2016 Thesis available: http://www.geo.lu.lv/zinas/t/38783/
 
20. Silkāne, V. (2016). Veselību veicinoša uzvedība un ar to saistītā prokrastinācija 35-44 gadus veciem vīriešiem. LU 74. Zinātniskā konferences sekcijā “Psiholoģija”, 09.02. 2016. Rīga, LU PPMF (Latvija). (Health promoting behavior and related procrastination for man aged 35-44. UL 74. scientific conference, section “Psychology”) Programme available: http://www.lu.lv/konference/programma/?year=2016

International cooperation:

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Spurava, G. (2015). Participated as expert in workshops in The European Expert Conference on Media Education and Child Protection “Net Children 2020 – Growing up with Media”, 16-17. 04. 2015. German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) and the Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research, Berlin (Germany) https://www.hans-bredow-institut.de/en/new-projects/net-children-2020-%E2%80%93-growing-media