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Monday, 13 April 2015 05:49
alt4-8th April: Mr Sanjmyatav Yadamsuren, Member of Mongolian Parliament, former Minister of Labor of Mongolia visited Moscow and Sochi by invitation of the FIDE President H.E. K.N.Ilyumzhinov. CIS commission discussed about the possibilities to promote FIDE student membership in Zavkhan province and further cooperation plans. During his stay in RUssia he visited the Chess Museum in Moscow, attended Aeroflot Open Blitz tournament and took part in the Closing ceremony of the Woman World Chess Championship in Sochi. Mr Ya Sanjmyatav is the organiser and initiator of the "Mongolia - 9999" chess tournament where 10000+ junior chess players played in Zavkhan province, Western Mongolia.
Breaking News
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 11:13
It is rumoured that Presidents Obama and Putin will make a joint presentation to the United Nations, demanding that chess in schools be made mandatory in every country on earth. Assuming the vote passes, the new course will be introduced into schools exactly one year from today.

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Introducing chess in Russian schools
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 10:51
2015 0317 1A press-conference dedicated to cooperation of the Sistema Charity Fund and the Non-profit Partnership Chess in schools aimed at introducing chess into the Russian school curriculum and increasing the role of chess in general education took place at the Women's World Chess Championship press centre on March 17.

It was attended by the FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, legendary former World Champion Nona Gaprindashvili, the President of the Sistema Charity Fund Tatiana Gvilava, and the Chairman of the Non-profit organization Women in Business Galina Roketskaya.

The Chess in schools project in Russia was initiated by the FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and approved by the Russian President Vladimir Putin. It includes developing school textbooks and teachers' manuals as well as organizing scholastic chess tournaments. Apart from that, cooperation with the Russian Ministry of Education and other relevant institutions in necessary for introducing chess into the curriculum.

ACES Europe - Gala Awards
Saturday, 22 November 2014 15:29
aces logofide delegation brussels croppedA delegation from FIDE was present on November 19th at the Annual Awards Gala of ACES Europe which was held in the European Parliament (Brussels). Torino received the flag of European Capital of Sport 2015 from Cardiff 2014. Flags were also presented to the European Capitals of Sport for 2016-2018: Prague (Czech Republic), European Capital of Sport 2016; Marseille (France), European Capital of Sport 2017; and Sofia (Bulgaria), European Capital of Sport 2018.

FIDE's collaboration with ACES Europe has been in the area of European CiS towns and municipalities. A friendly meeting between the two parties looked at ways of deepening the relationship.

The FIDE delegation consisted of CiS Commission Chairman Kevin O'Connell, ECU Educational Commission Chairman Jesper Hall, CiS Commission Consultant (ADHD & special needs education) Luis Blasco de la Cruz (right to left here) and CiS Commission ACES consultant Alessandro Dominici.

London Conference - New Game designs
Saturday, 22 November 2014 12:43
logo london chess and maths 2014The Conference incorporates an Open Competition to design a new game using a chessboard and pieces. An independent expert jury will decide the best game. The winner of the best game will be awarded a prize of £500.

Initial Submissions

Initial submissions should be no more than 300 words plus images (example).

Send your submission to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Deadline for submissions: 25th November 2014.

Suggested hint - make it simple, perhaps using a subset (or subsets) of the chessmen.

Probably best that it be good for primary age school children; perhaps even better it you can design something that would work with pre-schoolers.
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