Проекты

Karelian and Vepsian Online Course
#Language Online Courses, # языковые курсы онлайн, # карельский язык, # вепсский язык, # Karelian language, # Vepsian language Beginning of the project: 2016

Karelian and Vepsian Online Course

Karelian and Vepsian languages is now possible to study online. The project is an effort to promote indigenous languages and get them closer to the people.
Finno-Ugric peoples of Karelia towards sustainable development
#финно-угорские народы, # устойчивое развитие, # finno-ugric peoples, # sustainable development

Finno-Ugric peoples of Karelia towards sustainable development

Through this project Centre Young Karelia promoted Finno-Ugric languages and cultures among the population of the Republic of Karelia, as well as analyzed the current status of health of Finno-Ugric peoples. The project was closely linked to the preparation for and participation in the VII World Congress of Finno-Ugric Peoples by the Karelian, Vepsian and Finn delegations. The World Congress held in Lahti, Finland in 2016 was devoted to the theme: Finno-Ugric Peoples Towards Sustainable Development. 

Indigenous peoples’ and ethnic minorities’ cooperation and networking increase facility in the Nordic countries and Northwest Russia
#Устойчивое развитие, # Арктика, # коренные народы, # sustainable development, # Arctic, # Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous peoples’ and ethnic minorities’ cooperation and networking increase facility in the Nordic countries and Northwest Russia

The project aims at the exchange of experience and mutual training of indigenous peoples' organizations in the Arctic.

Finno-Ugric Peoples of Karelia: Development of Civic Diplomacy and Strengthening of Internal Capacity
#карельское движение, # съезд карелов, # karelian movement, # karelina congress

Finno-Ugric Peoples of Karelia: Development of Civic Diplomacy and Strengthening of Internal Capacity

The project seeks to build capacity and expertise of NGOs and civil movements of indigenous Finno-Ugric peoples of the Republic of Karelia for them to be able to more efficiently participate in relevant regional, interregional and international processes.