In July 2020, Rosmolodezh launched the All-Russian competition "Leaders of International Cooperation". The event is aimed at identifying and supporting active young citizens of Russia possessing their own initiatives in the implementation of international projects and programs at the regional and federal levels. According to the results of the first stage of the competition which consists of filling out an application with a description of experience in the development of international cooperation and proposing a project that would be the best way to activate international humanitarian organizations, 50 people were selected as the finalists, including the MUNRFE Executive Director Aleksei Stanonis.
On October 27, MUNRFE took part in a lecture organized by the Russky Technopark for students of Amity University, a leading research institution in the Republic of India. The lecture was attended by over 150 Indian students interested in the topic of technology entrepreneurship.
Taking part as a panelist of the event, the MUNRFE Executive Director Mr. Aleksei Stanonis as the Youth Envoy of the Sustainable Development Goal 9 "Industrial innovation and infrastructure" in Russia delivered a lecture titled “Technological Entrepreneurship: From Steam to Digits”. In frames of the lecture, Mr. Stanonis spoke about the four industrial revolutions, the differences between digitalization and digital transformation, and the competencies that technology entrepreneurs need to develop.
From September 11 to October 24, 2020, MUNRFE conducted the online project “UN 75: On the way to Sustainable Development” devoted to the UN 75th Anniversary. The project gathered students from Vladivostok, Blagoveshchensk, Bratsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Saint-Petersburg, and Tomsk.
The project program included three events, in particular, the essay contest, the photo exhibition, and the series of online lectures. First of all, students had an opportunity to take part in the all-Russia student essay contest which was held on September 11 – October 15, 2020. Contestants shared their ideas about the role of the UN in the modern world and the progress on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation by the international community.
Model UN of the Russian Far East invites everyone to take part in the educational online project "Sustainable Development Project: Work on Goals", dedicated to the study of the global agenda for sustainable development of the United Nations. The event will be held in English.
Model United Nations of the Russian Far East is delighted to announce the “UN75 – On the way to sustainable development” project to be held on 22-24 October 2020 online. The official language of the project is Russian.
The project program includes three events. The application process for participation in the all-Russia student essay contest is currently available on http://un75.tilda.ws/. Contestants are invited to share their ideas about the role of the UN in the modern world, as well as to speculate on the topic of achieving the SDGs by the international community. The winners of the contest will be awarded the opportunity to participate in the MUNRFE Annual Conference 2020, which will be held from 3 to 7 December online (http://www.munrfe.ru/ac2020). The documents submission is open until October 9 (23: 59, GMT+10).
Fifteen members of MUNRFE became recipients of the Increased scholarship for achievements in social activities along with nine members selected for the Scholarship of the Governor of Primorsky territory in the autumn semester of 2020.