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Trainings Dedicated to International Volunteer Day Being Organized in Stepanakert

At the initiative of the Ministry of Culture, Youth Affairs and Tourism of the Republic of Artsakh, on the International Volunteer Day, trainings entitled “Volunteering in Artsakh,” “Volunteering Issues” and “Design of Social Programs” are being held in Stepanakert.

Trainings Dedicated to International Volunteer Day Being Organized in Stepanakert

Trainings Dedicated to International Volunteer Day Being Organized in Stepanakert

STEPANAKERT, DECEMBER 4, ARTSAKHPRESS: The trainings are conducted by the Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology and Social Work of North-Caucasus State Technical University and one of the coordinators of the North Caucasus Volunteer Movement, Valery Mitrophanenko.

The trainings are conducted in Russian. The representatives of various departments of the Republic of Artsakh , members of NGOs and volunteers attend the trainings.

In an interview with “Artsakhpress”, Gayane Grigoryan, Deputy Minister of Culture, Youth Affairs and Tourism of the Republic of Artsakh, noted that the organization of such events shows that the culture of volunteer work in Artsakh is developing.
She noted that the courses will include topics related to volunteer activities, problems, ways of solving them, as well as the development of volunteer work.

Grigoryan informed that in 2018, an event was organized for volunteers in the Russian city of Stavropol and thanks to Valery Mitrophanenko Artsakh also had an opportunity to attend the event.

“During the event, young volunteers from Artsakh got acquainted with their counterparts who were engaged in volunteer works in different countries. Afterwards they participated in trainings and gained experience and skills."


“The result of the practice was evident during CONIFA Euro 2019 and the the 7th Pan-Armenian Summer Games. In 2019, the volunteers were able to fulfill their mission. I must say that for years we have involved volunteers in various events, but this year their role was obvious. About 500 young people involved in volunteer work,” said Grigoryan.


     

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