Evseev Vadim, Panova Tatiana, Osipov Vladimir


UDC 321

Аnnotation. The article analyzes the development of the political potential of youth by methods of political tourism. It is supposed to formalize political tourism in the form of a project on the formation of youth political potential, which is based on the political values of Russian and European youth. The role of youth parliamentarism, as well as other public institutions of participation of young citizens in the life of the state Methodology is considered. The socio-logical analysis of the values of youth deputies was used to identify the alignment in the political consciousness of the ideas of all three classical ideologies – conservatism, liberalism and socialism. Conclusions. Youth organizations defending the rights and promoting the initiatives of young people at the regional, State and international levels are widely spread. Today, political tourism is the basic platform for student exchange of future political scientists, for speeches of famous politicians in universities of other countries and serves humanitarian purposes in general.

Keywords: Decree of the President of Russia, Socio-political competencies, Youth Policy, Political educational tourism, international program ERASMUS, cooperation, EU, CIS.


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