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An agreement on cooperation between the Assembly and the Diana Gurtskaya Center was signed

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On December 23, the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Andrey Belyaninov and the Chairman of the Commission of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation on Accessible Environment and Development of Inclusive Practices Diana Gurtskaya exchanged signed copies of the cooperation agreement between the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly and the Diana Gurtskaya Center for Sociocultural Rehabilitation.


The agreement was signed by the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Andrey Belyaninov and the director of the Diana Gurtskaya Center for Socio-Cultural Rehabilitation Egor Kazakov.

in fact, the change of social patterns coincided with the era of mercy. It is good that we do not forget about people, about disabled children, who deserve special attention and reverent, sensitive attitude towards themselves. Of course, we need to unite around this idea and study even more carefully the conditions in which people live who require increased care. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly needs the synergy that is now being born and will allow us to extend our joint positive experience to the entire Eurasian continent. I am very glad that we are signing an agreement today, because it says that we will be together for many years.


Recall August 2020 year project of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly "Teaching journalism to young people and children from 12 years of age with physical disabilities due to diseases of the eye and adnexa “Journalism Lessons for the Blind” became the winner of a special contest of the Presidential Grants Foundation. To date, the project has passed the preparatory stage. It is implemented by the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly with the use of a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for social services, social support and protection of citizens provided by the Presidential Grants Fund.

accessory device. Of these, 4,271 children are in the Volga Federal District. The reduction in the number of specialized schools in favor of inclusive education has led to the fact that children of this category of disability do not have the opportunity to receive a full-fledged education due to the insufficient material base of ordinary schools. Thanks to the project of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, more than 1,000 special children, almost a quarter of their number in the Volga Federal District, will have access to a unique audio guide to acquire professional skills in journalism. These skills will help determine the career interests of such children in the future, develop their creative abilities, and involve them in the interesting world of journalism.

At a meeting of the Commission of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation on an accessible environment and the development of inclusive practices, during which copies of the agreement were exchanged The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly and the Center for Socio-Cultural Rehabilitation of Diana Gurtskaya summed up the results of the II open competition of programs and practices in the field of socio-cultural rehabilitation of disabled people. The competition is organized by the RF OP Commission on Accessible Environment and Development of Inclusive Practices together with Diana Gurtskaya Center for Socio-Cultural Rehabilitation.

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About the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly

The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly is an international non-governmental organization aimed at forming a social integration model in the name of establishing peace and harmony through the development of multilateral cooperation and public (people's) diplomacy in the Eurasian space. At present, the Assembly unites representatives of more than 40 countries. The Assembly has concluded more than 80 agreements with partners from 15 countries in various fields of activity: culture, entrepreneurship, development of integration ties between the peoples of Eurasia, public diplomacy. Website - eurasia-assembly.org.

About Diana Gurtskaya Center for Sociocultural Rehabilitation

The state budgetary institution of the city of Moscow "Center for Socio-Cultural Rehabilitation of Diana Gurtskaya" began its work in early 2018 under the department of the Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the City of Moscow in order to improve activities for the socio-cultural rehabilitation of people with disabilities in the city of Moscow. The institution provides comprehensive rehabilitation to children and young people with disabilities from 5 years old, annually organizes and conducts city events, festivals, social and cultural events aimed at the rehabilitation of children and young people with disabilities through culture and art. Among the most ambitious projects of the center: the festival "Inclusive Moscow", which is held in all districts of Moscow, vacation programs for socio-cultural rehabilitation, the project "History. Culture. Creativity”, creative living rooms and much more. Website - https://dszn.ru/department/subordinate/1855

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