Uchitelskaya Gazeta is an independent pedagogical title issued weekly every Tuesday since 1924 (online since 1995). Uchitelskaya Gazeta is a cofounder of two major pedagogical contests in Russia – Teacher of the Year and The Best Schools of Russia.
Moskva Doverie is the first Moscow socially oriented TV channel, which broadcasts since November 1, 2006 at the 11th cable TV channel. Its key goal is to help the audience adapt to the new realities, improve quality of living and feel comfort at any age. Being the international capital of the country, Moscow serves as the kind of a driving force for new technologies, information and culture: the majority of new ideas and trends are born here rather than elsewhere. This city hosts particularly important events and acts as a place to live or visit for prominent people who impact the country-wise experience.
Moskva 24 is a Moscow-based informational and knowledge TV channel, broadcasting round the clock. Its key objective is to inform about any events in Moscow in as much details and as promptly as possible. A special feature of Moskva 24 is a large portion of live streams that cover various events of the city life starting from activities by authorities and prefectures, and through to clubs, music venues and exhibitions.
Instituto Cervantes is a Spanish state organization established in 1991 to teach Spanish language and promote Spanish and Latin American culture. Its centre is based in Madrid and in Alcala de Henares (Madrid), Miguel de Cervantes’ native town. The Institute branches out with 40 centres in 4 continents, and is operated by Spanish and Latin American representatives of science, culture and literature. Instituto Cervantes in Moscow cooperates with museums, art galleries, theatres, publishing houses and other cultural organizations from Russia, Spain and Latin America.
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