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Me and My State
.25.02.15
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Me and My State

The Tolerance Centre's interactive multimedia programme “Civil identity of schoolchildren. I am a citizen of Russia”.

Russia is a country of many millions of people. Each one of its inhabitants has their own life story. And we live, work, spend time with friends, move towards our intended goals, often not even thinking about how others are living, or whether they are in difficulty or need help. An event for groups of schoolchildren of years 10-11 (ages 15-17).

The Tolerance Centre's interactive multimedia programme “Civil identity of schoolchildren. I am a citizen of Russia”.

Russia is a country of many millions of people. Each one of its inhabitants has their own life story. And we live, work, spend time with friends, move towards our intended goals, often not even thinking about how others are living, or whether they are in difficulty or need help. An event for groups of schoolchildren of years 10-11 (ages 15-17).

The Tolerance Centre's interactive multimedia programme for schoolchildren from years 4 to 11, catering to the social and age categories of schoolchildren. 

Russia is a country of many millions of people. Each one of its inhabitants has their own life story. And we live, work, spend time with friends, move towards our intended goals, often not even thinking about how others are living, or whether they are in difficulty or need help. 

Imagine: one day you go out onto the street and see two groups of teenagers competing against each other. They have to run around the historic places of the city, find hidden puzzles and solve them. A valuable prize awaits the first past the finish line. One team is racing along the route, movingly confidently to victory. The second team is helping the people it meets along the way, saving kittens from trees, doing simple good deeds. As a result they are falling hopelessly behind. Who do you think wins the real victory here?

What choice will you make? And what personal contribution are you willing to make in helping the development of our country.

An event for groups of schoolchildren of years 10-11 (ages 15-17).