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Meeting Russia is one of a kind public diplomacy program for aspiring leaders. It brings together bright individuals of diverse backgrounds: some are coming from academia, analytical centers, media and private sector, whereas others represent governmental institutions of their respective countries.
The three-day program held in Moscow focuses on Russia’s relations with the United States and the European Union as well as more generally addresses Russian foreign policy issues. Participants are given a unique opportunity to get a grasp on Russia’s internal dynamics and approaches to positioning itself internationally through meetings with senior officials, top experts and by exchanging views with their peers.
Meeting Russia seeks to facilitate productive dialogue among the new generation of leaders and draw attention to the critical points in Russia’s relations with the United States and the European Union.
This year, Meeting Russia will again be conducted in Moscow. Save the dates: September 23-27. Check if you fit our requirements and apply!
age: 25-35 years old
citizenship: USA, countries of Europe, Canada
occupation: representatives of governmental, civil society and research institutions whose professional interests lie in Russian studies and foreign policy
We cover your accommodation in Moscow, meals and transport expenses in the days of the program. There is also an option of a partial travel cost reimbursement, although its maximum amount cannot be above 270 US dollars or 250 euros.
How to apply:
The application procedure consists of filling out the form below along with sending a CV and a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindly take a careful look at the criteria we apply to your motivation letters.
The letter should not exceed two pages. Keep in mind that the purpose of this document is to demonstrate the relevant educational and/or professional background you possess and make it clear why you think this program would be of use and interest to you. We will assess written pieces based on their clarity and consistency.
Find the application form here.
Applications are accepted until August 1.