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The Assembly will hold a round table on the International Mother Language Day

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On February 19, 2021, the International Union of Non-Governmental Organizations “The Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly”, under the auspices of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO, will hold an Expert Round Table “Actual Issues of Preserving Linguistic Diversity”, timed to coincide with International Mother Language Day.


Live broadcast of the round table will begin February 19 at 11 am Moscow time on the official account of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly on Facebook - https:/ /www.facebook.com/EurasiaAssembly

The purpose of the round table is to find ways to expand the linguistic and intercultural communication of peoples, promote multilingualism in the interests of Eurasian integration.

The discussion will be moderated by Svetlana Smirnova, First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, Chairman of the Council of the Assembly of the Peoples of Russia, member of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation for Interethnic Relations, member of the Board of the Foundation for the Preservation and Study of Native Languages of the Peoples of the Russian Federation.

The work of the round table will be opened Andrey Belyaninov, Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, and Grigory Ordzhonikidze, Executive Secretary of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO.

Issues for discussion

  • The role of the native language as a carrier of culture, mentality, traditions and history of each people
  • Preservation and study of native languages of the peoples of Eurasia
  • Increasing interest in languages, respect for peoples and their cultures, stimulating the study of native languages
  • Drawing attention to the problem of translating fiction, publishing literary works in the languages of the peoples of Russia and Eurasia
  • The role of education in the preservation and development of the languages of the peoples of Eurasia
  • Creation of an accessible communicative language environment in the context of Eurasian integration
  • Language barriers in family, public, international communication and ways overcoming them
  • Ways to increase social and creative activity through the development of native languages
  • The role of public associations in the preservation and development of the languages of the peoples of Eurasia

Invited to participate :

  • Alexandra Ochirova, poet, Good Ambassador to oly UNESCO, Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly;
  • Irina Kraeva, Rector of the Moscow State Linguistic University;
  • Andres Santana, Head of the International University Center for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the Pushkin Institute University of Cadiz (Spain);
  • Margarita Rusetskaya, Rector of the State Institute of the Russian Language. A.S. Pushkin;
  • Nguyen Thi Thu Dat,  Director of the Hanoi branch of the Institute of the Russian Language. A.S. Pushkin (Vietnam);
  • Serge Fokas Odunlamy, President of the Foundation "Center for Business Development and Cooperation with Russia", Head of the Center for Languages (Benin);
  • Maxim Mikhalev, Associate Professor of the Center for Social Anthropology of the Russian State University for the Humanities, UNESCO expert;
  • Chintamani Mahapatra, Rector of the University. Jawaharlala Nehru, Professor (India);
  • Zhanseit Tuymebaev, Chairman of the Board - Rector of NAO “KazNU named after. al-Farabi” (Kazakhstan);
  • Zukhra Shidakova, Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Assembly of the People of Kyrgyzstan on Culture, Education and Youth Policy (Kyrgyzstan);
  • Lilit Meliksetyan, Professor, Russian-Armenian University (Armenia);
  • Gulvaira Kutsenko, Member of the Russian Presidential Council on Interethnic Relations, President of the Interregional Public Organization “Information and Educational Network of Indigenous Peoples “Lyoravetlian” (Moscow);
  • John Farndon , President of the Eurasian Creative Guild. London (Great Britain);
  • Sergey Bogdanov, Rector of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A.I. Herzen;
  • Nurlana Aliyeva, Rector of the Baku Slavic University (Azerbaijan);
  • Murad Huseynov, People's Artist of Azerbaijan, laureate of international competitions, director of the International Mugham Center (Azerbaijan);
  • Svetlana Sharenkova, member of the Presidium of the World Association of Russian Language Press, Chairman of the Bulgaria-Russia Forum, Doctor of Political Science (Bulgaria);
  • Alexander Khrenkov, President of the International Institute of Informatics, Management, Economics and Law in Bulgaria Moscow;
  • Galina Druon, President of the GraltAn European Association -  Cultural Center of the Peoples of Eurasia (France);
  • Igor Surat, President of the Moscow Economic Institute;
  • Khursheda Khamrakulova, Head of the Tajik Cultural Center in Moscow;
  • Mladjan Djordjevic, Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, head of the Eurasian School of Friendship (Serbia).

The expert round table "Current issues of preserving linguistic diversity" will be broadcast live on the official account of the Assembly of Peoples Eurasia on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/EurasiaAssembly. We invite you to ask questions in the comments.

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