Russia and NATO in the third decade of the 21st century. Challenges and prospects for cooperation
NATO - Russia forum is the first forum NATO in Russia that gathers young researches, politicians and International relations experts.

The event is initiated by the Academic Mobility Center with support of NATO Headquarters in Brussels and NATO Information Office to Moscow.
Safeguarding global security
Increase knowledge, awareness and understanding of NATO's longstanding role in safeguarding global security among young people of Russia and NATO member countries
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Showcase NATO as an Alliance for the 21st century, relevant to all generations
Overcoming stereotypes
Broaden awareness of young people about mechanisms of NATO's work, its contribution to new global security challenges, possibilities of NATO-Russian cooperation
NATO - Russia Youth Summit
Develop a roadmap for organising NATO - Russia Youth Summit, strengthening the Academic Mobility Center concept of young ambassadors
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Participants criteria
All potential participant have to meet following requirements:

  • Citizenship of Russia or NATO member country
  • Must be from 18 to 30 years old
  • Be fluent in English (at least B2 level is required )
  • Be interested in learning NATO, NATO-Russia relations, as well as in researches, reports and work for government department
Participant's conditions
All participants are provided with double-room hotel room
All participants are provided with three meals per day with additional coffee breaks during the event
Participants are covering their travel expenses by themselves. There is no any reimbursement provided