Perm has collected more than 200 active teachers and students from all over Russia


1 to 3 may in Perm was inclusive international gathering of “the Book of Friendship”. The event was attended by more than 200 active teachers, students, professionals in the field of inclusion of representatives of public associations and NGOs from 25 regions of Russia and 2 countries of the world.

At the ceremony the opening of a Meeting of the “Book of Friendship” participants were welcomed by the President of the Association Olga Zubkova: “Dear friends! I’m so glad this year our Meeting has changed its status and officially became international, because the programs of the Association today attended by 25 countries. I would like to wish all participants not to waste a second, find new friends and think about projects that will conquer the world!”.

The opening ceremony was also addressed by Deputy Chairman of Perm territory Government on social policy and public health Tatyana Abdullina: “Dear friends! I am proud that I was awarded the honor to welcome you to the International inclusive gathering “Book of Friendship”. The site of the Rally is truly unique because there are going to many different people. I am very glad that today so many young people who are changing the world for the better. Do not stop in their endeavours and move forward!”.

The Rally was also attended by the Commissioner for human rights in the Perm edge Paul Mikov and journalist, managing partner, AlphaOmega, a member of the jury of the International film festival “LAMP” Matvey Masaltsev.

The main theme of the Meeting was the Year of volunteers in Russia. The participants learned about effective technologies of development of inclusive social environment within a practice-education platforms of the Rally. For three days the participating teams worked under one of the substantive areas. Together with the experts, the guys have developed and implemented socially relevant projects dedicated to social cinema, inclusion, school volunteer, youth diplomacy, sustainable development, event volunteering.

In addition, the program of the Gathering was full of creative venues and activities. Guests of the Rally broadened my horizons in business and intellectual games dedicated to the sustainable development and the activities of international organizations become parties to the rehearsal of the International campaign “the friendly dance”.

According to the results of inclusive International gathering of “the Book of Friendship” was made to the resolution, which reflected the innovative educational approaches of the social programs of the Association. It also highlights the main recommendations of the participants for the replication projects of the Association “Book of Friendship”. The resolution will be sent to the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of social development of the Russian Federation and the Commissioner for the rights of the child of Russia.

Inclusive international gathering of “the Book of Friendship” became a platform for expanding the geography of participants of the projects of the Association, the interaction between young people with different levels of physical, mental and psychic abilities, more efficient technologies and practices. One of the main prospects of international cooperation – the implementation of inclusive camps “Friendly” on the site of Bulgaria.

 Location: Perm country camp “New generation”.

Organizers: national Association for the advancement of education “the Book of Friendship”, ANO “Organization “Vector of Friendship” with the support of Fund for presidential grants, Ministry of social development of the Perm region, sanatorium “Demidkovo” and the cafe-bakery “including wheat”.

Contact information:

NARO “Book of Friendship”

614068, Perm, Petropavlovskaya str 185-313


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