In the Republic of Tatarstan, a project is being implemented to publicly formulate goals and objectives.
“The Great Ethnographic Exam,” is an educational project that introduces the culture of the peoples living in Russia, and also allows one to assess their general level of ethnocultural literacy.
The Consolidated Electronic Catalog of Tatarstan Libraries (https://kitap.tatar.ru) has crossed its millionth milestone!
More than 1.9 billion rubles will be allocated to regions for updating libraries, replenishing book collections, as well as purchasing equipment for children's theaters.
New Rules have been adopted by a resolution of the government of the Russian Federation which says that cultural institutions can make agreements to lease state or municipal property without bidding.
At the behest of the President, Russia has developed a program for involving Russian youth in the cultural life of the country.
From October 15 to November 14, 2021, the All-Russian Population Census will be held in Russia.
By a decree of the President of the Russian Federation, on August 9, 2021, the Order For Merit in Culture and Art and the Medal For Works in Culture and Art were created.
The mobile application, “NEB Light,” based on the National Electronic Library, was released, and is available, free of charge, on the App Store and Google Play.
The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation would like to announce the second all-Russian competition “Libraries: PROmovement,” in which employees of the central and municipal libraries of the Russian Federation can participate.
From April 5th to June 30, 2021, applications are being accepted for participation in the all-Russian competition, “Librarian of the Year - 2021,” founded by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, organized by the National Library of Russia, and co-organized by the St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture.
The Association for the Development of Financial Literacy announced the holding of an all-Russian competition for projects in the field of financial literacy development.
On March 13, 2021, a very important document for the library industry was approved - the Strategy for the Development of Library Science in the Russian Federation until 2030.
A resident of the Aktanysh district, Nakiya Shaikhieva-Karamova turns ninety on March 6th.
In February 2021, in the Volga Federal District, the information campaign, “Special Look - Online,” will commence.
he State Russian House of Folk Art, named after V.D. Polenov, has started, in all regions of the Russian Federation in 2021, the All-Russian initiative, "Folk Culture for Schoolchildren."
The Commission under the President of the Republic of Tatarstan for the preservation and development of the Tatar language has created a video series about famous figures who have left a deep mark on the history of the Tatar people.
On November 11, 2020, a notable event took place in the cultural life of the Kukmorsky municipal district of Tatarstan, the Central Library was opened after major repairs.
The All-Russian competition, "Most Well-Read Region," was created by the Russian Book Union, with the support of the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications, in order to identify the most significant achievements and experiences, encourage the contribution of regions to the development of literary life in the country, and to support success in increasing the accessibility of reading for our citizens.
Voting has begun for the best work of the finalists of the FormART street art festival.