The U.S.-Russia Youth TV Bridge increases collaboration among U.S. and Russian youth through video production.
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Eurasia Foundation's U.S.-Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE) program is launching a new effort focused on forming linkages and promoting joint activity between partners addressing disability i
From the U.S. to Russia, the Social Expertise Exchange brings young journalists together within the Youth TV Bridge Project to learn, share, and grow together as professionals and as people.
Lee Giat, Florida native and videographer, recounts his eye-opening experience with SEE at the Volga Encounters Youth Media Festival.
Student Network Television CEO Nancy Loucas travels to Russia to attend the Volga Encounters Festival with the winners of the SEE's 30-second video competition.
Jacki Romey, a retired educator and President of the Student Television Network Board of Directors, reflects on her time in Cheboksary, Russia.
Yurii Litovchin, Rector and President of the Humanities Institute of Television and Radio in Moscow, reflects on his time at the Student Television Network conference in Atlanta, GA.
Cleve Mormon was as unlikely an entrepreneur as they come. Opportunities were limited in the segregated Mississippi Delta where he lived in the 1950s, and Mormon, like other African Americans, was expected to earn his living by picking cotton.
Through exchanging ideas, both American and Russian child protection advocates are learning from each other how to better secure the rights of children.