The International Scientific Conference «The Education System as a Sphere for Strengthening the Traditional Large Family»

The International Scientific Conference «The Education System as a Sphere for Strengthening the Traditional Large Family»

On the 7th of December the International Scientific Conference «The Education System as a Sphere for Strengthening the Traditional Large Family» was held at RUDN University.

Organizers: RUDN University, Charitable Foundation for Enlightenment, Spiritual Development of the Personality «Prosvetitel», Synodal Department of Religious Education and Catechism of the Russian Orthodox Church, St. Andrew the First Called Foundation, with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.The conference was attended by representatives of federal and regional government bodies, representatives of education authorities of different levels (federal, regional and municipal), representatives of religious and public organizations, the scientific community, including participants of the near abroad - Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, media representatives. The conference was devoted to such issues as the anthropological crisis, the crisis of family relations, strategies for the development of education, the new categories «family-oriented education», «family anthropology», «anthropological approach in education» and others. The participants recognized the importance of forming a common view of society, the family, the educational system as a set of interrelated phenomena, and discussed issues of human development through the interaction of different educational institutions.

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