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Young Russian figure skater Mikhail Kolyada was called “the surprise leader” who took grand prix in the men's short program at the third grand prix event of the season in Beijing at the end of last week. It was the first gold for the sportsmen, TASS reports. With his almost impeccable...

05.11.2017 Subject: Sports

Procession in support of Russian education to be held in Riga on November 16, BaltNews reports. Event organizer, the Latvian association for support of Russian schools has marked that authorities should recall the Second article of the Latvian Republic Constitution where is written that the constitution belongs to people. Russian minority activists declare that they habe right to...

03.11.2017 Subject: Education

11th Assembly of the Russkiy Mir Foundation opens on November 3 in Nizhny Novgorod. However, working meetings of the annual large-scale event organized by the Russkiy Mir Foundation began the day before. Two meetings were held in N. I. Lobachevsky...

Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Education

11th Russian World Assembly starts in Nizhny Novgorod today, coinciding with the National Unity Day. Famous political and community leaders, Russian government officials, representatives of expat communities, university and school teachers, scientists, writers, spiritual leaders, culture experts and...

Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Community

2nd Art Forum Dubrovnik opens in Croatia, Rossotrudnichestvo portal reports. It is dedicated to 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and Croatia. According to organizers this major art project presents remarkable contemporary art from Russia and Balkan countries....

02.11.2017 Subject: Culture

Moscow, Baku and Teheran plan closer interaction in the fields of energetics and petroleum industry, RIA Novosti informs. This statement was made by Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia, Hassan Rouhani of Iran and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan during their meeting in the capital of Iran the day before. ...

02.11.2017 Subject: Politics


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The idea for the Teacher for Russia program originated with two graduates from Saint Petersburg State University, Alena Makovich and Elena Yarmanova after they came across Teach for All, a major international network of nongovernmental social enterprises. Four years have passed since then, and this year the Russian program celebrated its first graduating class.
7 November marked the centennial of the October Revolution—an event that, whatever you think of it, has done much to define the entire twentieth century. And of course, the main figure in these epoch-making events was Vladimir Ilich Lenin. We have attempted to “interview” the Bolshevik leader so that he might explain how he related to the tasks of revolution, politics, morality, and other questions that are important to us all.
Poland appears frequently in the Russian informational space, but sadly, it appears almost every time for a painful reason. This results in a corresponding tone for discussions in online forums. Of course, even a passing familiarity with these forums will show that a typical Russian, especially a young one, does not have a high level of knowledge about Poland (to say the least). And this is too bad, since Russo-Polish relations are very instructive.
Ludmila Rostislavovna Selinsky (USA) is a member of the Congress of Russian Americans, the Russian Nobility Association in America, and the Council of Directors for the Otrada association for cultural education and aid. She spoke with Russkiy Mir about the fates of several generations of her forebears after leaving Russia, as well as her own work to preserve Russia’s cultural heritage.