On Saturday, November 21, students of the Faculty of History took part in the International Forum "Lessons of Nuremberg", held at the Victory Museum.
The Forum program was extensive and included nine sections. Young historians of RSUH, headed by Dr. Diana Galieva, Deputy Dean for Student Affairs, discussed the main points of the Nuremberg Trial in educational programs and modules having to do with moral and patriotic education. During the discussion, an educational module was presented based on the materials of the project "No statute of limitations", aimed against the falsification of history.
In the second part the students participated in an open dialogue between Mr. Valery Falkov, Minister of Science and Higher Education, and Mr. Alexander Zvyagintsev, Senator of the International Association of Prosecutors. The topic of discussion was youth initiatives in the field of patriotic education and methods for attracting the younger generation to a direct dialogue with participants and witnesses of the events of the Great Patriotic War.