The focus of the discussion was on environmental issues. The event was moderated by Kseniya Gaverdovskaya, Senior Adviser of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO.
The participants shared their experience, plans, and thoughts about the training programme during which they were able to obtain new knowledge and they visited the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Republic of Tatarstan.
Summing up the meeting, Kseniya Gaverdovskaya spoke in details about the work of UNESCO in Russia. She also thanked Nella Pruss, National Coordinator of the UNESCO ASPnet in Russia, Member of the Commission of Russia for UNESCO, and the University of Management “TISBI” for organizational work and support of new projects.
The UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) was established in 1953 to build peace in the minds of children and young people. It connects more than 11,500 schools in 193 countries and promotes the ideas of UNESCO for peace, intercultural dialogue, sustainable development and quality education.