Moscow. March 21. INTERFAX – Special program “Football without discrimination”, which is part of a larger project in preparation for the world Cup 2018 will present on Wednesday at the Moscow Jewish Museum and tolerance centre.
On the same day we will start a Russian lesson “Football without discrimination”, which participants will be students from across the country, including 11 cities-organizers of the championship, reports the Federation of Jewish communities of Russia.
Moscow schoolchildren will take part in interactive lessons in the tolerance Center, the most technologically advanced Museum in the capital. The lesson includes three sessions for mixed-age audience. The purpose – increase of level of knowledge in the field of humanistic values and to reduce the risk of extremist and discriminatory action on the part of youth in preparation and holding of the world Cup events and at the end of it.
Later on Wednesday, will be held the ceremony of awarding the winners of all-Russian contest of young artists “Football without discrimination” and will open the exhibition with works of the winners. The contest is timed to the International day for the elimination of racial discrimination (21 March). A key objective is to attract the attention of Russian youth and society in General to the issues of creating an environment free from discrimination, through the promotion of humanistic values of sport and football in particular.
Participation in the competition was attended by young artists aged 15 to 30 years from 27 cities of Russia – from the Baikal region to Kalmykia. They presented their work in three categories – “Soccer stereotypes”, “Football opens up opportunities” and “Football unites continents”.
The winners will come to Moscow from Kazan, Saratov, Krasnodar, Barnaul, Nerchinsk, Great Novgorod, St.-Petersburg, Elektrougli, Togliatti.
In addition, within the stock women’s national team of Russia on football will hold a master class for the winners and participants of the all-Russian lesson.