Are you aware of the threats on In­ter­net?

Train­ings for stu­dents, par­ents and teach­ers will be or­ga­nized with the sup­port of Az­er­cell

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Let’s make the In­ter­net safe for our kids – this is the ma­jor goal of the train­ing pro­gram “Safe In­ter­net and dig­i­tal cit­i­zen­ship” ini­ti­ated by “Az­er­cell Tele­com” LLC. The pre­sen­ta­tion of this im­por­tant pro­gram was held on Septem­ber 25, 2018, with the ac­tive sup­port of Az­er­cell. Ni­garShikhlin­skaya, the head of Cor­po­rate Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Unit of Az­er­cell wel­comed the guests and noted that, dur­ing the aca­demic year of 2018-2019, the train­ings will be or­ga­nized for stu­dents, par­ents and teach­ers in the schools of the cap­i­tal city and the re­gions. These train­ing events are aimed to re­al­ize com­pre­hen­sive pro­gram with par­ents and chil­dren, aim­ing to iden­tify the chal­lenges that the stu­dents may face amid the ex­pan­sion of the high­speed In­ter­net and ris­ing In­ter­net us­age and to elim­i­nate such threats.

Vahid Mur­saliyev, CEO of Az­er­cell LLC, un­der­lined the im­por­tance of cy­ber­se­cu­rity and sig­nif­i­cance of this is­sue for the com­pany, de­spite the fact that Az­er­cell is a provider of high-speed mo­bile in­ter­net and en­cour­ages the use of mo­bile in­ter­net. He pointed out that, dur­ing its op­er­a­tion, Az­er­cell has al­ways placed a high pri­or­ity on the pro­tec­tion of chil­dren and there­fore, is pleased to act as an ini­tia­tor an­dor­ga­nizer in such ac­tions.

Vi­dadiBaghi­rov, Deputy of Ed­u­ca­tion De­vel­op­ment Pro­grams Sec­tor of the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion and FaigAghayev, Head of le­gal ed­u­ca­tion, sci­en­tific-an­a­lyt­i­cal, in­for­ma­tion, and in­ter­na­tional re­la­tions de­part­ment of Om­buds­man In­sti­tute em­pha­sized the im­por­tance of en­sur­ing the safety of chil­dren on the In­ter­net and the sig­nif­i­cance of this Project, ini­ti­ated by Az­er­cell.

The mes­sage of Gream Pol­lak, the Di­rec­tor of Teach­ers’ De­vel­op­ment Cen­ter was also broad­casted at the cer­e­mony.Chi­nara Nur, the trainer of the cen­ter made an in­ter­est­ing pre­sen­ta­tion on Safe In­ter­net Use not­ing that these train­ings will pro­vide prac­ti­cal tips for safe in­ter­net us­age, and touched upon the ways to no­tice the threats out­side the school and im­por­tant is­sues as to how to fight them back. The trainer also men­tioned that the chil­dren will be taught about tech­niques and skills for avoid­ing those type of dam­ages through group works and use­ful in­ter­ac­tive games.

The video-roller, re­flect­ing videoshots taken dur­ing the pre­vi­ous events and video survey on the opin­ions of the in­hab­i­tants from Baku about in­ter­net safety were demon­strated af­ter the speeches. The Pre­sen­ta­tion ended with the an­i­ma­tion film, fea­tur­ing the theme.

At the end of the event, the par­tic­i­pants were awarded 2-month sub­scrip­tion to Az­er­cell Plus Se­cu­rity Pro­gram which in­cludes “Uni­ver­sal Pro­tec­tion”, “Pro­tec­tion for An­droid” and “Parental Con­trol” ser­vices. These ser­vices pro­vided un­der the project co-im­ple­mented with Kasper­sky lab­o­ra­tory two years ago may en­sure the safety of both users and their chil­dren and the pri­vacy of com­mu­ni­ca­tion in so­cial me­dia.

No­tably, since the last year Az­er­cell­has con­ducted train­ing events on cy­ber­se­cu­rity for school chil­dren, teach­ers and par­ents at sec­ondary schools of Baku. Such train­ing events are planned to be or­ga­nized in the re­gions of the coun­try dur­ing this year.

The leader of the mo­bile com­mu­ni­ca­tion in­dus­try, the largest tax­payer and the big­gest in­vestor of the non-oil sec­tor of Azer­bai­jan Az­er­cell Tele­com LLC was founded in 1996. With 48% share of Azer­bai­jan’s mo­bile tele­com mar­ket Az­er­cell’s net­work cov­ers 80% of the ter­ri­tory (ex­clud­ing 20% of the oc­cu­pied ter­ri­to­ries) and 99,8% of pop­u­la­tion of the coun­try. Cur­rently, 4,5 mil­lion subscribers choose Az­er­cell ser­vices.

Azer­bai­jan's bal­let dancer Timur As­garov will per­form as Oberon.

Timur As­garov is a grad­u­ate of the Baku School of Chore­og­ra­phy. He per­formed at the Azer­bai­jan State Aca­demic Opera and Bal­let The­atre and the Na­tional Aca­demic The­atre of Opera and Bal­let named af­ter T.G. Shevchenko in 2008-2011.

Since 2011, As­garov has been work­ing in the Mari­in­sky The­atre. He is the win­ner of the "Spirit of Dance" in the cat­e­gory "Ris­ing Star" by Bal­let magazine in 2012, prizewin­ner at the 11th In­ter­na­tional Bal­let Dancers' and Chore­og­ra­phers' Com­pe­ti­tion in Moscow in 2013, and re­cip­i­ent of the Azer­bai­jan Pres­i­den­tial Youth Prize for Cul­ture in 2013.

As­garov was rec­og­nized as the best male dancer in duet nom­i­na­tion of the In­ter­na­tional Bal­let Com­pe­ti­tion and con­test of chore­og­ra­phers that took place at the Bol­shoi The­atre in 2013.

His reper­toire in­cludes Giselle, The Sleep­ing Beauty, La Bayadère, Swan Lake, Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, Car­men-Suite, The Leg­end of Love, Le Cor­saire and Chopini­ana.

With the Mari­in­sky Bal­let, As­garov have toured around Europe, Asia and Amer­ica.

A Mid­sum­mer Night's Dream, a com­edy play by the English poet, is be­lieved to have been writ­ten be­tween 1590 and 1596. Por­tray­ing the events sur­round­ing the mar­riage of the Duke of Athens, Th­e­seus, and Hip­polyta, it in­cludes the ad­ven­tures of four young Athe­nian lovers and a group of six am­a­teur ac­tors who are con­trolled and ma­nip­u­lated by the fairies who in­habit the for­est in which most of the play is set. The play is one of Shake­speare's most pop­u­lar works on stage and is widely per­formed across the world.

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