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People-Centered Approach and Youth Participation in BRICS: A Case of BRICS School

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International Research and Educational Program “BRICS School” took place in Moscow on 5–10 October 2020.


About the Authors

E. Gladun
Tyumen State University
Russian Federation

Elena Gladun - LL.Lic, Professor, Public Administration Department, Tyumen State University.
6 Volodarskogo St., Tyumen, 625003.

Reon C.A. van der Merwe
University of Cape Town
South Africa

Reon C.A. van der Merwe - Masters in International Relations, Department of Political Studies, University of Cape Town.
Rondebosch, Cape Town, 7700.


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For citations:

Gladun E., van der Merwe R.C. People-Centered Approach and Youth Participation in BRICS: A Case of BRICS School. BRICS Law Journal. 2020;7(4):177-186.

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