Ostrovsky Award

On May 22, 2018, the Government of Moscow issued Resolution No. 461-PP «On the establishment of the Moscow Mayor Prize named after N. Ostrovsky

The founder of the Prize is the Moscow Government.

The organizer of the competition is the Department of Culture of the city of Moscow, which oversees the organization and conduct of the competition.

The operator of the competition is the State Budgetary Institution of Culture of the city of Moscow «State Museum — Cultural Center» Integration named after NA Ostrovsky, is authorized by the organizer of the competition for holding events related to the selection of the Prize winners.

Participants in the competition for the Awards can be persons with disabilities and other citizens who provide comprehensive assistance and support to people with disabilities, registered at the place of residence or at the place of stay in the city of Moscow, who have reached the age of 18 and have outstanding achievements in accordance with the nominations.

The 2020 bid campaign began on June 1 and will run until September 1st. You can familiarize yourself with the terms of participation in the competition and the requirements for competitive applications below.

All questions can be asked by phone. 8 495 650-37-90 or email premiya@tverskaya14.ru

The winners of the competition will receive a set of awards and a cash prize of 150,000 rubles each.

The appearance of the award set — a medal and a badge — was chosen during the discussion within the framework of the Active Citizen project and agreed with the Chairman of the Heraldic Council under the President of the Russian Federation — State Herald Master G.V. Vilinbakhov.

The main goals of the Moscow Mayor Prize. N. Ostrovsky — drawing attention to persons with disabilities; encouragement for achieved results and motivation for new ones; search for talented persons with disabilities; comprehensive help and support; education of children and youth on the example of high achievements of persons with disabilities; broadcasting successful practices for the socio-cultural integration of people with disabilities into society.