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In the Tyumen educational colony, a working meeting was held on the implementation of the “Agrocivilization” project on the basis of the correctional institution.

The event was attended by the Ombudsman for the Rights of the Child in the Tyumen Region Andrei Stepanov, the head of the Tyumen educational colony Alexander Larchikov, the deputy chairman of the commission on juvenile affairs and protection of their rights under the Governor of the Tyumen region Maria Moreva and other representatives of the authorities.

The meeting discussed the mechanism of interaction between local governments, representatives of civil institutions in the implementation of the “Agrocivilization” project on the territory of the Tyumen educational colony.

The project to popularize rural life “Agrocivilization” is the development of the Agrarian University of the Northern Trans-Urals, later the Tyumen branch of the presidential library joined it. The essence of the project is to tell teenagers in a playful way and in simple language about non-urban professions and village life.

Based on the results of the working meeting, a decision was made to conduct master classes in landscape design at the correctional institution, provide seedlings of flowers and vegetable crops, create an alpine slide, a mini-pool in an educational colony, consultations and create a project for the selection of flower crops to create a rabbit and flower beds.

At the end of the event, the children’s ombudsman held a personal reception in the video-conference mode, which was addressed by two pupils.

Note that today in the Tyumen educational colony there are 49 juvenile convicts from the Tyumen, Kurgan regions, as well as the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.

Press service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Tyumen Region

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