Projects
Lead the next season (fall 2019 – spring 2020) of Youth TV Bridge with students from Russia and get an all-expenses paid trip to Russia for your team!
Projects
Disability Partnership TV Season 1 participants Jack Harrison and Joel Pletcher speak about their experience traveling to Russia and producing online series about inclusion.
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US-Russia collaborative documentary "Under One Sky," created by students of the Loyola University Chicago and the Moscow-based Institute of Contemporary Art, premiered in Washington, D.C.
Fellowships
SEE invites professionals from the U.S. and Russia seeking to establish collaboration with international partners in pursuit of solutions to important social issues to apply to the Independent Professionals (INP) Initiative.
Projects
Learn more about the new anchor team of Disability Partnership TV Season II from this blog by Karina Bakitova. Karina Bakitova is a student journalist from TV studio “Kadr” in Novotroitsk, Russia, and is a participant in Eurasia Foundation’s Disability Partnership TV project (DPTV).
Projects
From Texarkana to Novotroitsk, the new anchor team comes together to produce the second season of Disability Partnership TV! See who they are and learn more about each student here!
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New season, new team! Curious about the eight high schoolers that will lead the next season of Youth TV Bridge and visit Moscow during the FIFA World Cup events? Find out who they are here.
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Nikita Kulikov, SEE's Youth TV Bridge season one participant, opens up about his experience working on this collaborative project and traveling to the Student Television Network Convention in the U.S. Read Nikita's full story in his blog!
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