During the entire reporting period with the children in Tiskadi, Naujenes and Ludza district orphanage, as well as a shelter, and social services center in Rezekne worked teachers. in every one of these institutions there are children representing a variety of nationalities. During the activities, teachers discussed the traditions of different nationalities – what is common for Latvians, Russians, Belorussians, or any other nationalities.
During this reporting period, using non-formal education methods Latvian language and ‘latvian history and geography lessons were provided for out of family care institutions living minority students, resulting in a deeper understanding of our country's fundamental values and the need for a cohesive society.
During this reporting period, there were such films finished:
- Movie about volunteering principles and its meaning in creating intercultural communication, discrimination, human rights, as well as society integration problems and its long term solutions in Russia
- Short film about intercultural communication, discrimination, human rights as well as society integration problems and its long term solutions in Belarus.
- Intercultural communication;
- the variety of culture
- Society integration
- celebrations of different nationalities – Russians, Belarussians, or any other.
"Independent women's social center" from Russian Federation working visit to Latvia, during which all the participating non-family care institutions were visited – met all participating teachers and children.
Together with the partner organizations' Independent Women's Social center "work group" and the active members from Projekts Videoatmiņa and Latgale minority non-governmental organizations we participated in the workshop on the need for building a cohesive society.
Prepared (September) information on the activities of the project and published in the websites in www.videoatmina.lv www.saulesberni.org, as well as actual information prepared and posted in English.
Video films on the activities of the project in the Russian Federation and Belarus, placed on YouTube, Vimeo, as well as in websites www.videoatmina.lv www.saulesberni.org.