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03 February 2020
A film festival will take place at the UN headquarters with the support of the Gorchakov Fund
Partners
03 September 2018
The 7th International Youth Festival of Students Learning Russian will take place in Bulgaria
Fund’s News
12 October 2017
The Gorchakov Fund will organize its research and education program at WFYS in Sochi
Partners
11 September 2017
The Russkiy Mir Foundation and Sustainable Development of Bulgaria are organizing an international festival of students-Russianists
Fund’s News
26 July 2017
You are invited to the sessions of the Gorchakov Fund at the XIX WFYS! Call for applications!
Fund’s News
09 February 2017
XIX World Festival of Youth and Students: a major historic event is being prepared!
Fund’s News
31 January 2017
The Gorchakov Fund took part in a presentation of the Festival of Youth and Students at the VI ECOSOC Youth Forum
Fund’s News
20 September 2016
The V European Student Festival will bring together youth from 17 countries
Fund’s News
16 August 2016
The 1st Russian-German Youth Forum of Russian Culture. Call for applications
Partners
08 August 2016
Call for applications to participate in All-Russian Festival of Energy Savings
Fund’s News
08 February 2016
The 19th World Festival of Youth and Students will be held in Russia in 2017
Fund’s News
09 November 2015
A Russian delegation in Cuba will submit an application for hosting a youth festival
Fund’s News
06 October 2015
A festival of Russian culture FEELRUSSIA will be held in Lyon
Fund’s News
25 September 2015
Participants of the festival “You can!” made a video about the “Caspian School- 2015”
Fund’s News
25 September 2015
Winners of the international festival “You can!” will receive awards in Astrakhan
Fund’s News
10 September 2015
The Gorchakov Fund supported the International Youth Festival of TV Ideas “You can!”
Fund’s News
28 July 2015
Winners of the festival “Russia is a country of common senses” will be announced in Moscow
Fund’s News
14 July 2015
The international festival of Slavic cultures took place in northern Estonia