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Events of the capital’s non-profit organizations are held in a remote format.
This week, Muscovites can learn about how the coronavirus has affected charity, where visually impaired people play football, and what young people with disabilities can do when they find employment.
From 19 to 23 October, the annual conference of the Donors’ Forum will take place online. This time, the event will be held online and will focus on the role of philanthropy in achieving sustainable development goals, as well as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on charity. Philanthropists, representatives of business, non-profit organizations and authorities from Russia, Europe and the BRICS countries will share their experience and tell how charitable strategies have changed in the context of the pandemic. You can view the detailed program of the event and register link… This year, participation is free for everyone.
And at the online conference “Young people with low starting opportunities at the beginning of their careers”, which will be held on October 20 from 10:00 to 17:00, representatives of NGOs, government agencies and businesses will discuss issues related to supporting young people with disabilities in employment. The agenda includes assistance with choosing a profession for people with special needs, experience of Russian companies in employing young people, and a career for young people in the non-profit sector. You can view the detailed conference program and register for participation in the event link.
On October 22 at 14:00, the President of the Federation of Blind Football Players Nikolai Beregovoy will hold a webinar “Football for people with visual disabilities.” He will talk about how football for visually impaired people differs from classical football, how football for the blind appeared and what to do if you are visually impaired but want to play football. Participation is free, you can register for the event link…
On October 22 and 23, the Dobro-2020 conference will take place. This year the event will be held online for the first time. On the first day, speakers will discuss how to solve social problems during and after a pandemic, as well as the specifics of interaction between NGOs and the state. The headliner will be Ann Mei Chang, a social innovation expert and author of Lean Impact. Innovation for large-scale social change. ” The topic of the second day will be education abroad – those who studied at Harvard, Stanford and Oxford will share their experience. There will also be an online Pilates training for everyone. In order to take part in the conference everyone who wants to can, the event will be accompanied by sign language translation. You can view the program and register link…
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