Taimyr to host Indigenous Minorities’ Youth Forum
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Taimyr to host Indigenous Minorities’ Youth Forum

July 05, 2022

Young people from 18 to 35 years old are invited to participate. Applications must be submitted before July 15.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The fourth Taimyr Indigenous Peoples’ Youth Forum will be held in Dudinka from 6 to 10 August. Young people from 18 to 35 are invited to participate.

The Taimyr administration’s press service explained:

“Participants can be both Taimyr indigenous peoples’ representatives and any youth leaders who are involved in the state, national and youth policies’ implementation in the Krasnoyarsk region”.

A package of documents must be sent to the e-mail molskmnt@mail.com by July 15 to participate in the forum. It includes a questionnaire, a passport’s copy, a photograph and a PCR test (if necessary). Selected participants will receive a personal invitation.

The forum is organized by the Taimyr Indigenous Peoples’ Association with the Nornickel Company’s support. The program includes discussions and the thematic platforms’ work. Ethnotourism and the cultural traditions’ preservation will be discussed. Last year, one of the forum’s topics was digitalization.

Earlier we told that the Nornickel will help to build an ethnic site in Hatanga Bay.

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Text: Ekaterina Elkanova. Photo: Denis Gaskov

July 05, 2022

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