1 year 7 months

Yurii Litovchin, Rector and President of the Humanities Institute of Television and Radio in Moscow, reflects on his time at the Student Television Network conference in Atlanta, GA. 

2 years 7 months

Cleve Mormon was as unlikely an entrepreneur as they come. Opportunities were limited in the segregated Mississippi Delta where he lived in the 1950s, and Mormon, like other African Americans, was expected to earn his living by picking cotton.

2 years 7 months

Through exchanging ideas, both American and Russian child protection advocates are learning from each other how to better secure the rights of children.

5 years 6 months

The US-Russia Civil Society Partnership Program (CSPP) announced that it will award Linkage Grants to six partnership projects. The US-Russia Civil Society Partnership Program (CSPP) was launched in 2011. The program is sponsored by the US Agency for International Development and implemented by Eurasia Foundation (USA) in partnership with the New Eurasia Foundation(Russia). The CSPP is the follow-on to the two US-Russia Civil Society Summits held in 2009 and 2010, during which Russian and US civil society organizations recognized the need for greater collaboration. The ultimate goal is to create sustainable mechanisms for the delivery of recommendations from citizens to policymakers, leading to greater cooperation and meaningful improvement in the lives of citizens.

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