The UNESCO Chair on Peace and Tolerance through Languages and Civic Education is headed by Ms.
Natallia Baranova, rector of the Minsk Linguistic University.
There are 5 members of the Chair:
- P.M. Babisnkaya, pro-rector for study process, responsible for application and dissemination of modern methods and technologies in studying;
- T. E. Karpovich, assistante professor of the chair in pedagogics, responsible for dissemination of new strategies in civic education;
- N.A. Kopacheva, English Language Faculty dean, responsible for selection of content and development of curricula;
- V.G. Litvinovich, senior teacher of the chair in pedagogics, head of the project «Lean and Teach the Culture of Peace”.