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17 March , 18:36

Bashkortostan organizes shift for young teachers and two festivals at iVolga forum

The Bashkortostan team led by Yana Gaiduk is participating in a three-day seminar on the new format of the Youth Forum of the Volga Federal District "iVolga" in Samara.

“Today, we are preparing to implement a unique practice when all regions become partners in holding a forum - this is the first such experiment in Russia. "iVolga" is a project that involves the entire team of the state youth policy in the Volga Federal District. Everything that will happen at the forum is in the zone of joint responsibility. Still, at the same time, everyone must show independence in their direction,” said Oleg Mashkovtsev, deputy plenipotentiary representative in the Volga Federal District.

The iVolga Forum will be held in the Samara Region from 21 to 29 July. Its key theme is the organization of events. The program includes nine thematic shifts and three unique tracks: Children's iVolga, Media, and Youth Parliaments. At iVolga-2023, Bashkortostan will hold a thematic session, “Pedagogy and mentoring”, a festival of holidays for the peoples of the Volga Federal District and a DJ festival.

Young people from various regions of Russia aged 18 to 35 will be able to become residents of the forum. These are active participants in the full-time format of all forum events, including the project competition, networking of participants, and the rating program. Viewers will be young people over 14 who can watch any content on the platform.

As Bashinform News Agency previously reported, last year, the team of Bashkiria became the leader of grant funds raised in the Volga region - 7 grants totaling 3.26 million rubles.

The iVolga Youth Forum has been held in the Samara Region since 2013 under the patronage of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Volga Federal District Igor Komarov, and with the support of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs.

Translated by:Tatyana Aksyutina
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