Opening Asia for Russia

The Youth Assembly took part in the forum under the auspices of UNESCO

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On September 2-8, 2020, the V International Youth Forum "Eurasia Global" was held in the heart of Eurasia, the Orenburg region.


This year, the forum was organized for the first time under the auspices of UNESCO and brought together 500 young people from 50 countries offline and more than 1,000 participants from 60 countries online.

The program of master classes at “Eurasia Global” was formed this year according to new rules: forum participants voted in advance for those who they would like to hear.

The Eurasian Youth Assembly (YAYE) was invited to Eurasia Global and won the vote, because, according to independent experts of the forum, young people today are primarily aimed at strengthening dialogue and friendly ties with peers from different countries and continents, regardless of nationality, religious preferences and gender.

Of course, a favorable information space plays a significant role in the development of relations between countries and peoples, and on September 5, 2020, MANE successfully held the first meeting of the Eurasian School of Journalism at the forum. Members of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly (ANE) Media Committee Aigul Niyazalieva (Kyrgyzstan) and Radik Amirov (Russia) shared their professional secrets with young people.

“The youth of Eurasia strives for peace and mutual understanding,” says the initiator of the project “Eurasian School of Journalism”, Co-Chairman of the MANE Coordination Council Kristina Tatarnikova. - First of all, it is necessary to remember the influence journalist to public opinion. In the modern world, with the development of social networks and blogs, we are increasingly faced with such a phenomenon as fake news. You should check the facts before publishing the material, it is also extremely important to cover events from an objective point of view and always remember the responsibility of a journalist to society.”

According to Kristina Tatarnikova, social networks provide a unique platform for "career takeoff". Meanwhile, in personal blogs, as a rule, there is no censorship that exists in the editorial office: checking the reliability of facts, excluding the spread of subjective assessment that distorts reality, checking spelling and punctuation in the text before publication. The Eurasian School of Journalism was created on the initiative of MANE to help young journalists and bloggers avoid the problems and difficulties that a novice specialist may face. A course of lectures with experts in the field of international journalism and PR technologies will allow discussing such issues as media literacy, intercultural communications, professional responsibility of a journalist, creating high-quality content, and positioning a personal brand in social networks.

A member of the ANE Media Committee, journalist, radio host Aigul Niyazalieva: “For a novice journalist, of course, the main thing is practice. Don't be afraid to write, interview, create media content. You need to look for your own style, learn to create high-quality materials and media products. In turn, the experts of the Eurasian School of Journalism are ready to share with you the secrets of the profession, their experience, and become your mentors.”

According to the expert, journalism does not stand still and is constantly changing, social networks are developing, and new formats are becoming more and more common. In a rapidly changing world, it is important for a specialist to follow media trends, read as many materials as possible from information publications from around the world and constantly study, attend seminars, conferences, and master classes of leading industry experts.

Member of the ANE Media Committee, international journalist Radik Amirov told about international projects implemented in the Orenburg region: “It is symbolic that the Eurasian School of Journalism has started exactly in the Orenburg region. The region is a crossroads at the junction of eastern and western civilizational cultures. Since the 18th century, Orenburg has become a "window to Asia", the center of the historical, cultural and religious heritage of the peoples of Eurasia. Outstanding journalists, diplomats and public figures lived and worked in the Orenburg region. The Hero of the Soviet Union, poet and journalist Musa Jalil was born here, the outstanding Soviet diplomat, the first plenipotentiary representative of Soviet Russia in the Arab countries Karim Khakimov began his career.

At the moment, the region is actively working to preserve the memory of prominent personalities in the history of the Orenburg region. The heroes of their time are a vivid example of professionalism, humanism, loyalty to the Motherland and love for their work. Modern journalists, according to the expert, should write more about the cultural and historical heritage of the peoples of Eurasia, the fate of legendary personalities in the history of the development of relations between the countries of the continent, and also involve young people in preserving historical memory.

For reference

About the Youth Assembly of the Peoples of Eurasia (YEA)

< p> The Youth Assembly of the Peoples of Eurasia (YAYE) is aimed at uniting the youth of Eurasian countries (individuals and legal entities) to represent and protect common interests, achieve socially useful goals in the development of integration processes on the Eurasian continent, the formation of a system of great partnership of the peoples of Eurasia in the name of establishing peace and harmony on the basis of common spiritual and moral principles in the Eurasian space through public ( people's) diplomacy, culture, science, education and entrepreneurship.

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