Alley of human values
Alley of human values
Alley of human values September 10, the Alley of human values was open in the RUDN University square. From this day you can relax and think about something beautiful in this place with 6 benches. The benches symbolize the best human qualities: love, friendship, inspiration, abundance, sincerity and
Alley of human values September 10, the Alley of human values was open in the RUDN University square. From this day you can relax and think about something beautiful in this place with 6 benches. The benches symbolize the best human qualities: love, friendship, inspiration, abundance, sincerity and courage. Together, these qualities make us happy, ready to do good and smile. We hope and believe that this Alley will be associated with many traditions not only for a big Russian peoples ' friendship University family but also with all Muscovites. The benches were installed by a group of activists of Leadership program-86 ("Leader class" educational centre) with the support of the Department of psychiatry, narcology and psychotherapy (RUDN University Faculty of Refresher Training of Health Care Workers), RUDN University Center of active programmes to promote youth employment and the Department for work with students.
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