Gaidar Forum – Russia and the World – National Development Goals and Global Trends

When attending the Gaidar Forum in Moscow, housed by the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, an outstanding Italian politician Franco Frattini, President of the Institute for Eurasian Studies and Foreign Minister in two cabinets, gave an interview to Invest Foresight in which he touched upon economic and political hardships in the present day relations between Europe and Russia.

Gaidar Forum – Russia and the World – National Development Goals and Global Trends Moscow, 15-17 January, 2019

The field of international educational cooperation plays a key role in the process of modernizing international relations in the context of the current political and economic situation. Due to active globalization processes, the field of educational cooperation is becoming cross-border. Due to the increasing problems of a global nature, there is an urgent need to create a single platform of highly qualified international personnel to counter new threats. Therefore, creating educational programs and training the modern generation of professionals is an urgently needed cooperative task for each state. Russia, following the global development vector in this area, is actively integrating into the context of global trends in the field of educational cooperation.

At the section, experts from different countries will discuss pressing issues in the field of international educational cooperation, consider the experience of international cooperation, as well as major world development trends in the fields of science, culture, and education.

Issues for Discussion:

  • Joint educational programs as a basis for international cooperation between universities 
  • Experience and implementation prospects for humanitarian cooperation programs 
  • Intergovernmental cooperation in preparing high-skilled specialists 
  • Political influence on promoting international cooperation in education 
  • “Educational” diplomacy and its role in addressing international conflicts 

IGOR BARTSITS, Director, Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service, RANEPA

GRIGORY TRUBNIKOV, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
MIKHAIL SHVYDKOY, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cultural Cooperation.
VLADIMIR UZUN, President, Management Company Prosveshcheniye JSC.

JANUSZ ADAMOWSKI, Dean, Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book studies, Warsaw University.
PAULINE DÖLL, Head, Department for Economy, Agriculture and Innovations, Attache for Innovation, Technology and Science, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Russian Federation.
FRANCO FRATTINI, President, Institute for Eurasian Studies.
IGNACIO GARCÍA-VALDECASAS, Chargé d’affaires, Minister-Counselor of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain in the Russian Federation.
ANDREA GIANOTTI, Director, Institute for Eurasian Studies.
ANDREAS HOESCHEN, Director, Moscow Office of the German Academic Exchange Service.
AURELIO LLANES VILLANUEVA, Education Attache, Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain in Moscow.
ARTEM MALGIN, Vice-Rector, MGIMO-University.
MARINA PEREKRESTOVA, Deputy Director, Directorate of Sputnik Multimedia Centers in CIS and Baltic States, Rossiya Segodnya Information Agency.
ANDREA PRENCIPE, Rector, Guido Carli University of Social Studies (LUISS).
MATILDE PILAR SÁNCHEZ FERNÁNDEZ, Vice-President for International Relations and Cooperation, Carlos III University of Madrid.
VANESSA SCHERRER, Vice President for International Relations, Science Po.
PAVEL SHEVTSOV, Deputy Head, Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States Affairs, Compatriots Living Abroad, and International Humanitarian Cooperation (Rossotrudnichestvo).
IGOR SINYATKIN, Director, CampusFrance Office in Moscow.
PASQUALE TERRACCIANO, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Italy to the Russian Federation.
GIULIO TREMONTI, President, The Aspen Institute; former Minister of Economy and Finance of the Italian Republic.
EMMANUEL TRIC, President, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
REGINA VERONICA MARIA “RENÉE” JONES-BOS, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the Russian Federation.
JERKE VERSCHOOR, Director, Netherlands Education Support Office in Moscow.

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