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Russian-Polish youth forum planned in Penza

14:16 | 10.12.2014 | Society

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Penza, 10 December 2014. PenzaNews. A Russian-Polish youth forum, hosted in the Penza State University, will open during an official ceremony that will take place at the PSU on Sunday, December 14, at 12.00.

Russian-Polish youth forum planned in Penza

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The first day of the event will begin with a training “Meeting and expectations,” and continued with a plenary meeting on Russian-Polish relationship and a workshop on holding international talks.

Monday, December 15, will feature two-hour debates on the topic “The role of culture in developing international diplomacy.” Afterwards, the forum will divide into four sections: “Youth organization cooperation,” “Information cooperation,” “Youth participation in decision-making,” and “Economy development and job-finding for the youth.”

Later, the audience will be split into several groups for developing projects.

The evening of Monday will be marked by a filling cultural schedule. According to plans, the guests will visit the regional Philarmonic Hall.

The projects developed by working groups will be presented on Tuesday, December 16, and a closing ceremony will take place at 11.00 of the same day, drawing up the results of the event.

The forum will be held in Russian and English languages.

The audience will include 80 participants, 20 of which are from Poland, and the rest represent the Penza, Ulyanovsk, Saratov, Samara and Voronezh regions, as well as St. Petersburg, and a possible big delegation from Moscow.

The Russian-Polish youth forum is organized by the National youth council of Russia and supported by the Ministry of Education and Science and the Penza State University.

The event aims to encourage international youth cooperation, develop intercultural contacts, create of a unified infospace, and boost youth contacts of both countries.

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