05.09.2022

Conference ‘Creating a Healthy Society in the Far East and Arctic’


The Roscongress Foundation’s Healthy Life project will hold the Conference ‘Creating a Healthy Society in the Far East and Arctic’ as part of the Forum’s business programme on the opening day on 5 September. The Conference programme consists of two thematic pillars: ‘Demographic Development of the Country – Strategies for Preserving the People of the Far East and Arctic’ will focus on the demographic agenda in the Arctic region and the Far Eastern Federal District, increasing the birth rate, as well as strengthening family health and traditional family values. The second thematic pillar ‘Human Health as the Top Priority: Guidelines for Developing Medicine in the Far East and Arctic’ will focus on the quality, accessibility, and safety of medical care.


05.09.2022

EEF Junior Forum


The EEF.Junior Forum brings together proactive high school students from across the country, world business leaders and prominent government officials around the issues of participation of the younger generation in the development of the Far East and strengthening the socio-economic potential of Russia.

EEF.Junior programme.


05.09.2022

"Teaching History in the Countries of the East" Exhibition

05.09.2022

Creative Business Forum


A business event that brings together world leaders in the creative industry, creative visionaries as well as representatives of business and government to discuss key issues facing the creative economy.
The goal of the Forum is to spur the development of creative industries in Russia and present their achievements at the global level by using the best world practices and organizing a constructive dialogue between the government, business, and the creative community.
Programme of the Forum


05.09.2022
10:00–12:00

Building A, level 5, conference hall 4

Plenary session

International Scientific Conference of the Russian Historical Society

Teaching History in Eastern Countries

Welcome Remark:
Sergei Naryshkin — Chairman, Russian Historical Society

Moderators:
Nikolay Kradin — Director of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Council of the RIO Branch in Primorsky Territory
Efim Pivovar — Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Member of the Council of the Russian Historical Society, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, President of the Russian State University for the Humanities

«Sub-section 1»: China:
Valentin Golovachev — Candidate of Historical Sciences, Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Svetlana Dudarenok — Doctor of historical sciences, Ph.D. in philosophy, professor, leading researcher, Department of Socio-Political Studies, Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnology of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Darya Ivanova — Ph.D. in history, associate professor, researcher, Department of History and Archaeology, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Viktor Larin — Doctor of historical sciences, professor, academician, Russian Academy of Sciences; vice chairman, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, chief researcher, head, Center for Global and Regional Studies, Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnology of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Gao Mingyue — Post-graduate student, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Vera Perminova — Ph.D. in history, researcher, Department of China, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, associate professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication, Faculty of International Economic Relations, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Polina Rysakova — Ph.D. in sociology, associate professor, Department of the Theory of Social Development of Asian and African Countries, Faculty of Asian and African Studies, Saint Petersburg State University (online)
Bai Xue — Post-graduate student, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Chu Tiange — Post-graduate student, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Amir Khisamutdinov — Doctor of historical sciences, professor, Department of History and Archaeology, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Jang Jianhua — Doctor of historical sciences, professor, History Institute, Beijing Normal University, vice president, Chinese Association for the History of Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia (online)
Li Yan — Post-graduate student, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University

«Sub-section 2»: Kazakhstan:
Akmaral Batalova — filmmaker and journalist, observing the Syrian crisis (online)
Zukhra Berdigozhina — teacher of the 1st (advanced) level, history teacher of the highest category, General Education School №32, Almaty, curator, Museum of Military and Labour Glory, General Education School №32, Almaty
Samat Yeskaliev — Ph.D. in history, associate professor, head, Laboratory of Social Sciences and Humanities, Altynsarin National Academy of Education (online)

05.09.2022
13:15–16:00

Building A, level 5, conference hall 4

International Scientific Conference of the Russian Historical Society

Teaching History in Eastern Countries

«Sub-section 1»: Vietnam:
Dinh Ngoc Bao — Ph.D. in history, associate professor, leading lecturer, Hanoi National University of Education, director, Pedagogical Education Publishing House, Hanoi National University of Education
Yevgeny Vlasov — Acting Vice-Rector for International Relations, Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU)
Nguyen Xuan Truong — Ph.D. in history, leading expert, Department of Secondary Education, Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam
Natalia Shafinskaya — Ph.D. in political sciences, adviser to the rector, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, head, Directorate for Unified Education Programmes, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

«Sub-section 2»: India:
Ajay Kumar Dubey — Ph.D. in international studies, professor, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University

«Sub-section 3»: Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea:
Aleksandr Vorontsov — Ph.D. in history, head, Department of Korea and Mongolia, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
In Uk Kang — Doctor of sciences in archaeology and ethnology, professor, Department of Archaeology of Northern Eurasia and East Asia, College of Humanities, Kyung Hee University (online)

«Sub-section 4»: Mongolia:
Bayarmaa Khadbaatar — doctor of historical sciences, lecturer, Department of History, Mongolian State University of Education (online)
Evgeny Lishtovanny — doctor of historical sciences, professor
Evgenii Nolev — Ph.D. in history, senior researcher, The Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology, and Tibetology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences; executive secretary, Buryat Republican Branch of the Russian Historical Society (online)
Marina Tsyrenova — Ph.D. in pedagogical sciences, associate professor, Department of World and Domestic History; director, Institute of Continuing Education (Ulan-Ude), Dorzhi Banzarov Buryat State University

«Sub-section 5»: Pakistan:
Shahid Siddiqui — Ph.D. in applied linguistics, professor, dean, Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences and Media Studies Art and Design (online)

«Sub-section 6»: Thailand:
Jiraporn Ruampongpattana — Ph.D. in history, associate professor, Department of History, Faculty of Social Sciences, Srinakharinwirot University

«Sub-section 7»: Japan:
Valery Deryugin — Ph.D. in ecology, associate professor, Department of History and Archaeology, School of Arts and Humanities, Far Eastern Federal University
Svyatoslav Polkhov — Ph.D. in history, senior researcher, Center for Japanese Studies, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (online)

«Sub-section 8»: Other:
Oksana Fedirko — doctor of historical sciences, associate professor, leading researcher, Department of Socio-Political Studies, Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnology of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Aleksandr Chubaryan

05.09.2022
15:00–16:00

Building D, level 5, conference hall 13

Infrastructure as a Growth Driver – China’s Experience


Infrastructure investments have underpinned China's economic development in recent decades and have driven the growth of social welfare. High-speed highways, multi-level flyovers, and unique bridges have become the hallmark of China's modern urban landscape. The boom in domestic construction has created an industry of high-tech full-service contractors and manufacturers who supply all the necessary equipment. Today, the Chinese contractors feel ‘cramped’ within the national market and are actively expanding into foreign markets (Latin America, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, and Africa). The first major projects are already underway in Russia. How much added value can Chinese construction companies add to the Russian economy? How similar is their experience in Russia to that in other countries? What challenges do Chinese construction companies face when implementing projects in Russia? And what can state authorities and financial institutions do to support such projects?


Moderator:
Andrey Dobrynin — Managing Director, Acting Director of Investment Activity Department, Sberbank

Panellists:
Song Liang — General Director of the Russian branch of China Energy Engineering Corporation Limited / Gezhouba LLC (CGGC) (online)
Eugeny Markin — Executive Director, Russian-Chinese Business Council
Nikolay Stetsko — Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Primorsky Krai
Zhao Xiaojiao — General Director, KitayStroy LLC
Li Jinwei — Manager of the 5th Engineering Division, China CAMC Engineering (online)
Luo Erxi — General Director, Sany Russia (online)

05.09.2022
16:00–17:30

Building B, level 7, conference hall 12

W20, APEC, and BRICS Women Partner to Build a Socially Oriented Economy


In July of 2022, Women 20 (W20) Summit was conveyed under the presidency of Indonesia. Delegates elaborated recommendations on the advancement of the status of women which will be handed over to the G20 leaders. The recommendations encompassed steps on facilitating women’s economic integration, action in the fields of education and healthcare as well as measures to support women-led MSMEs and rural women. Priority issues on the agenda of other international associations, such as APEC and BRICS, coincide with the W20 agenda in many areas. Recognizing the potential of women’s contribution to the economy, these institutions are working on measures to restore economic ties between the participating countries, measures to engage women in labor markets and establish an inclusive environment to create opportunities for unleashing the leadership potential of women. How is it possible to consolidate the efforts of the W20, BRICS and the International Club of Winners and Participants of APEC’s International Competition for Women’s Projects (APEC BEST AWARD) to promote initiatives on women empowerment globally, including within the framework of the Eurasian Women’s Forum? What solutions are necessary to unite the actions of international institutions, governments, business and civil society?


Moderator:
Aleksandra Boldyreva — Executive Director, Russian Donors Forum

Panellists:
Ganbold Baasanjav — Director, United Nations ESCAP East and North East Asia Office (online)
Gohar Barseghyan — Director of the Integration Development Department, Eurasian Economic Commission
Kirill Barsky — Acting Head of the Department of Diplomacy, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Narnia Bohler-Muller — Divisional Executive, Developmental, Capable and Ethical State, Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC); Head of South African Delegation, The Women 20 (W20) (online)
Galina Karelova — Deputy Chairman, Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation (online)
Victoria Panova — Vice Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Russian Sherpa, The Women 20 (W20) (online)
Aleksandra Ryabykh — Co-founder, Association of Women in the Nuclear Industry Foundation
Uli Silalahi — Chair, W20 Indonesia; Chair, Department of Economy and International Relations, National Council of Women Indonesia (KOWANI) (online)

05.09.2022
16:00–17:45

Building D, level 5, conference hall 16

Prospects for Russian Cybersecurity Solutions on the International Market


The rapid development of the information security industry in Russia could spur cooperation in this area with friendly countries. Russia is among the world’s top information security developers, has faced and continues to face major attacks on key components of its digital infrastructure, and has demonstrated that it has full-fledged working solutions to protect industrial and civil elements of its IT infrastructure. What is the current situation with cybersecurity around the world, and what is the current assessment of the cybersecurity market of friendly countries? Are there prospects for Russian information security solutions? What volume of target markets can Russian companies expect to receive?


Panellists:
Elena Martynova — Deputy Head,The Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr)
Artyom Sychev — CEO Advisor, Positive Technologies