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Russian authorities have approves grants regulations for All-Russian Youth Projects Contest.

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Russian authorities have approves grants regulations for All-Russian Youth Projects Contest.


22.09.2017

Russian Government building ("White House")Russian authorities have approved grants regulations for All-Russian Youth Projects contest. The corresponding document is published on the official Russian Government’s website.

Teens and kids public associations, RF citizens from 14 to 30 years old can apply for a grant.

That said, grants budget for individuals will be from $1,700 to $5,200, and organizations can receive up to $34,500, marked in explanatory note to the document.

Federal Agency Rosmolodezh is youth projects' contest organizer. Beginning from this year it's declared annual.

Russian government plans to support about 1300 projects pursued for self development, continuous interaction between nationalities and religious confessions. Besides, grants are intended to support creative youth.

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