June 2, 2020 – The Russian Mentors Association has launched a free non-formal education platform where mentors and experts post video lecture lessons in which you can learn the truth about life in Russia.
One of the channels (Russia through the eyes of foreigners www.nastavniki.com/@ByForeigners) is the stories of those who visited Russia, studied culture and even received education at Russian universities.
Another is related to how families and children honor the memory of the ancestors who defended the country in World War II, in which the USSR and its countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Georgia, others, won the main victory over Nazi Germany, losing more 26 million defenders. Recall that the United States was also in the Union with the USSR in this war, it was the union and friendship of different nations that allowed the victory of evil.
On the special Rossotrudnichestvo channel www.nastavniki.com/@rossotrudnichestvo you can find out about the Victory Roads campaign, which covers historical events in Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other cities that the Soviet military freed from the Nazis, bringing their lives at the cost of their lives peace to Europe.
The film about the worldwide movement “Immortal Regiment”, whose members are descendants of the victors who defeated the Nazis, is open for viewing. They carry portraits of their ancestors on a special day. Respect and memory for mentors and defenders in Russia and other countries are reflected in this action.
An interesting video about why UK children learn Russian www.nastavniki.com/v/pgKGqw
On the channel of an ordinary house of culture, you can learn about how to raise children in Russia – respect parents, remember the defenders of the country, and live in such a way that there is no war. Educators and children read poetry and sing songs about peace and love for the motherland www.nastavniki.com/@MBU_Dom_kultury_Pokrov
The Russian Mentors Association invites foreign organizations engaged in educational activities, as well as Russian compatriots to cooperate! Let’s keep memory together, share knowledge and teach future generations friendliness!