In the Vladimir region launched the forum «Territory meanings on the Klyazma»

© RIA Novosti / Victoria Viacheslavivna area. Archival photoIn the Vladimir region launched the forum «Territory meanings on the Klyazma»© RIA Novosti / Victoria Viatris

All-Russian youth educational forum «Territory meanings-on-Klyaz’ma,» which will bring together about seven thousand young specialists in different fields, will kick off on Tuesday in the Vladimir region and will last until August 20.

«From June 27 to August 20 in the Vladimir region will host the all-Russian youth educational forum «Territory meanings on the Klyazma». It will be attended by about seven thousand graduate students, masters, bachelors and specialists from across the country aged 18 to 30 years,» — said earlier in the press service of the Federal Agency for youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh), which organizes the event.

Starting on the day of the youth forum provides a great forum summer campaign Rosmolodezh. «This year it precedes the key event in the sphere of youth policy of the XIX world festival of youth and students», — noted in Rosmolodezh.

The educational program is divided into seven thematic shifts: «youth student clubs, student government and student media» (new change), «young leaders of NGOs, human rights and volunteer projects» and «young parliamentarians and political leaders». There will also be a shift of young professionals in the it sector, the field of Economics and business, the transport industry (appears first) and for political scientists and sociologists.

In addition, the forum will host the all-Russian contest of youth projects — participants of the platform will be able to present their social projects and to obtain financial support for the best of them. «The amount of grants in 2017 will amount to 100, 200 and 300 thousand rubles,» — said the press service.

Among the guests and speakers of the forum will be representatives of Russian science, government, business, and political and public figures, including the Minister of education and science of the Russian Federation Olga Vasilyeva, the leaders of the Duma factions, Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova, the Commissioner for the protection of the rights of entrepreneurs in Russia, Boris Titov, the General Director of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM) Valery Fedorov and others.