August 10, 2005

EVENTS: International Festival of Children's Art, Television and Press (UKRAINE)

International Festival of Children's Art, Television and Press will be held in Slavutich (UKRAINE) on 16-19 September.

The motto of the festival that stayed unchanged all 12 times the event was held is "I want to see the world happy". The aim of the festival is to involve young people in social, cultural, and economic life, and to use the media as the means to disclose the lifestyle of youth nowadays. It is also intended to strengthen professional, cultural and friendship contacts between the children of different countries.

Young journalists, cameramen, photo-reporters, editors and journalists of children's publications, television and radio-programmes, as well as art ensembles and performers from different countries of the world, including Uzbekistan will participate in the international forum.

Slavutich City Council, Energoatom, Ministry of Power Engineering of Ukraine, Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station, Youth Politics State Committee, Ministry of Culture and Art of Ukraine, and National Television and Radio Company are organising the event.

The topic of the 12th International Festival is "Let's unite the world against evil!" Participants will have to prepare home task on the topic "Cities, and countries are child's friends!" All those who will compete for the first prize are preparing the task, which is determined through toss-up. The general subject of this round is life and history of Slavutich city.
Chris Schuepp
Young People's Media Network - Coordinator
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