youth program in Russia should not be protective - Kommersant

youth program in Russia should not be protective - Kommersant

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the country's youth program should be modern, not protective. According to him, what Russia will become in the future now depends on working with young people.

“The program we are talking about, and all the work - it is, of course, broader than just this program - should not be of a protective nature. It must be modern and forward-looking,” the president said at a meeting with government members (quote from website Kremlin).

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, in turn, said that 71% of Russian youth give priority to creating a family. According to her, work on instilling traditional family values ​​in young people will be carried out “from school.” Starting from the new school year, Russian schools will have a special subject for this – “family studies.” It is planned to be introduced into the program as part of “Conversations about Important Things” or extracurricular activities.

Today, April 4, Vladimir Putin via video link opened youth educational center in the new historical and archaeological park of Sevastopol. He said that similar facilities appeared in 12 regions of the country.

About the Year of the Family in Russia - in the material of Kommersant “Russians are turned into family”.

Evgeny Belousov

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