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A meeting was held at the Kazakh National Academy of Choreography with the President of the World Federation of Clubs and Associations of UNESCO Bolat Akchulakov

On December 23, members of the World Federation of Clubs and Associations of UNESCO, under the leadership of the organization’s president, Bolat Akchulakov, visited the regional representative office, which is the Kazakh National Academy of Choreography.

This year, the Kazakhstan Federation implemented a large-scale project – a series of educational webinars, the purpose of which is to develop and support members of UNESCO Clubs in the Republic of Kazakhstan, using modern approaches in education to shape the future creative and scientific potential of the state.

Members of the Kazakhstan Federation covered important topics in webinars, such as legal literacy, environmental culture, preservation of national culture and traditions, professional communication skills, as well as the use of IT technologies in the educational process and international cooperation. According to the organizers, such events contribute to the formation and development of the potential of modern youth.

Today’s meeting is the logical point of a large-scale project. In his speech, Bolat Akchulakov noted that: “UNESCO Clubs’ projects can serve as a powerful tool for developing the creative and scientific potential of Kazakhstan’s youth. In this regard, we propose to implement all the accumulated experience and lay a solid foundation for training future leaders of the UNESCO club movement.”

The regional representative – the UNESCO Club of the Kazakh National Academy of Choreography for the development and popularization of the Kazakhstan Federation, on an ongoing basis conducts information work and events for educational, creative and sports institutions in the city of Astana and the region. Thanks to this work, in November the Federation was replenished with two more members. There are 21 clubs in total.

Today, the Kazakhstan National Federation of UNESCO Clubs unites 190 clubs and 17,000 active members, and has successfully organized about 550 events with the participation of more than 45 countries.