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Source: State University of Management – Official website of the State University of Management.
On April 23-26, 2024 the Third International Youth Forum “Russia-Africa: What’s Next?” will be held on the basis of MGIMO of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Students of higher educational institutions of Russia and foreign countries, graduate students and researchers, as well as all those interested in the topics of the Forum are invited to participate. The event will provide an opportunity for future specialists in international relations, world economy and other areas of knowledge to exchange opinions, make presentations and scientific reports, and receive professional evaluation by invited experts. Among the speakers of the Forum are ministers and ambassadors of African countries in Russia, as well as Russian ambassadors in African countries.
During the Forum, the participants will be able to share their opinions in various work formats: plenary session, round table, case championship, brainstorming, business game, world café and others.
The detailed program of the Forum can be found in the attached file.
The Forum will be held in a hybrid (face-to-face and remote) format. Invited experts, speakers and listeners will be able to participate both face-to-face in MGIMO classrooms (priority format of participation) and remotely using ZOOM technologies.
Working language of the Forum: Russian, English, French.
Speaking with a report – up to 10 minutes, followed by discussion or answers to questions.
In order to take part in the Forum you need to fill out an application form by April 10.
If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe to the “Our GUU” tag-channel Announcement date: 5.02.2024
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