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Leaders of rural territories of Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan will be trained in technologies for organizing cultural practices

18.04.2022 46 просмотров

The International Union of Non-Governmental Organizations "The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly" invites the rural territories of Russia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to take part in the competitive selection for participation in the week-long educational tour "Heritage of Eurasia: cultural practices of rural areas" along the route "Udmurtia - Mordovia" from June 1 to June 6, 2022 of the year.


The general program of the event is aimed at involving residents of rural settlements in the development of socio-cultural projects in the conditions of the development of the ethno-cultural environment, training in modern technologies for organizing cultural practices. Participation in the project will enable rural activists to improve their competencies in the field of participatory design, get acquainted with leading experts and practitioners in the field of sustainable development of rural areas, create vertical and horizontal communications, exchange experiences, and build interstate cooperation in the Eurasian space.


The teams of project participants may include activists, public figures, leaders, volunteers. One team can include up to three people. Residents of rural areas of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, as well as two regions of the Russian Federation - Udmurtia and Mordovia, can take part in the project by filling out  target="_blank">the questionnaire at the link by April 25, 2022.


An important selection criterion for 10 teams will be a request for knowledge, experience in involving rural residents in socially significant practices, as well as commitment to the interests of the local community.


The results will be published on the website of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly and in the official group of the VKontakte project by the end of April 2022.


Recall the project "Heritage of Eurasia: Cultural Practices of Rural Areas" implemented by the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly with grant support from the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives.

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