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Forum Programme

19.09.2019

10:00-11:30


Forum opening. Plenary session «Lifelong learning. The right of access to education for older persons».

Public Events Hall , 5th floor

 

Contributors:

  • Lyudmila PiskunovaDeputy Chairman of the Union of Pensioners of Russia, Deputy Chairman of the Commission on Social Policy, Labour Relations, Trade Union Interaction and Veteran Support of the RF Civic Chamber
  • Valery Ryazansky, Head of the Social Policy Committee with the RF Federation Council
  • Dirk Jarre, EURAG President
  • Vsevolod Vukolov, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the RF
  • Vladimir Lukin, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, PhD in history, professor
  • Marat Sudants, Government Entreprise "Resource Centre for the Development of Social Communicaion", Director, Department of Labour and Social Protection of Moscow Government
  • Vladimir Shabalin, Member of the Acedemy of Science of Russia, President of "REAVI" Medical University,  Honorary President of the Russian Association of Gerontologists and Geriatricians
  • Lyubov Mishina, Chairman of Kazan Branch of the Union of Pensioners of Russia, overseer of Third Age University
  • Pavel Kalvach, PhD in medicine, professor, Czech Republic – «Five reasons why to enforce and strengthen links of EURAG with the Russian Union of Pensioners»

Head of plenary session:

  • Julia Gryaznova, communication management consultant, Executive Director of the Russian PR Association, professor of the Integrated Communication Department of the High School of Economics
11:30-12:00


Coffee break
12:00-13:45


Thematic section 1. Healthy lifestyle. Longevity. Quality of life

Public Events Hall  1, 1st  floor

 

Moderator:

  • Julia Gryaznova, communication management consultant, Executive Director of the Russian PR Association, professor of the Integrated Communication Department of the High School of Economics

Contributors:

  • Jozica Puhlar, Slovenia – «Implementation of the Slovenian active ageing strategy»
  • Vaike Pahn, Estonia – «Learning for the aged – a subject of research and development in Estonia»
  • Monique Epstein, France – «Empower seniors to be e-included, they will become active and creative citizens and change society!»
  • Pavel Kalvach, PhD in medicine, professor, Czech Council for the Elderly, Czech Republic – «Failures of memory, cognition and concentration: be prepared»
  • Olga Tkacheva, Chief Geriatrician of the RF Ministry of Health, PhD in medicine, Director of the Russian Research and Clinical Centre of Gerontology  
  • Natalia Martynova, Leading advisor, Public health department, Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation
  • Darya Khalturina, member of the “Council on Public Health and Demography”, sociologist, demographer, public actor, advocates for the government policy and social development to increase life expectancy starting from preventive medicine and up to development of innovative bio-technologies
  • Tatyana Drozdova, co-founder of “Young-Old: New Aged” festival
  • Ekaterina Ukharskaya, “Mertspharma” company
12:00-13:45


Thematic section 2. Information technologies: inclusion and development, or self-isolation?

Public Events Hall  2, 1st  floor

 

Moderators:

  • Andrey Selsky, autonomous NGO “Digital Economy”, head of “Staff and Training” section
  • Oleg Poletaev, autonomous NGO “Digital Economy”, head of communications

Contributors:

  • Miroslav Vajs, EURAG Vice-President, Czech Republic – Lifelong learning and its influence on the quality of society
  • Sergey Spivak, Russian Association of Electronic Communications, head of “Staffing and training” cluster, founder of i-guru digital agency, head of Independent Centre of digital specialist certification - RDC.center, developer of self-employment training program for the elderly, textbook author
  • Vladimir Cherepanov, head of IT projects of the Interregional Social Charity Foundation ‘Quality of Life’
  • Marina Shalashova, Director of Lifelong Learning Institute of the MCU
  • Albina Bikbulatova, vice-rector on methodology and inclusive education of the Russian State Social University, PhD in technical science, assistant professor
  • Liliya Shcheglova, “School 21”, director on practice and partnership (programming, Sberbank)
  • Natalya Shushlina, head of special projects of ‘Rostelecom’ (‘Internet ABC’ program – teaching older generation people to work with computer and in internet)
  • Sergey Mardanov, director on co-operation with institutions of higher education, Mail.ru Group
  • Alexander Zorin, regional policy director, NGO "Data Economy"
  • Lyubov Dukhanina, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma on Education and Science
  • Konstantin Levin, deputy head of the ‘Federal Methodology Centre on Financial Literacy’ HSE
  • Ekaterina Kurasheva, co-founder of “Young-Old: New Aged” festival
12:00-13:45


Thematic section 3. Future challenges: active ageing requires preparation

Public Events Hall , 5th floor

 

Moderator:

  • Pavel Luksha, Professor, Director of corporate training programs of Skolkovo Moscow School of Management

Contributors:

  • Gediminas Kuliesis, Lithuania – «Lifelong learning in Lithuania: challenges and future prospects»
  • Dana Steinova, EURAG Secretary General, Czech Republic – «Lifelong Learning Centre in Prague – a unique self-financing project”
  • Pavel Kalvach, PhD in medicine, professor, Czech Council for the Elderly, Czech Republic – «Failures of memory, cognition and concentration: be prepared»
  • Maria Morozova, Helena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation General Director, Head of the “Older Generation” section of the Council on Social Patronage with the RF Government
  • Tatyana Komissarova, HSE dean of the Higher School of Marketing and Business Development, founder of the “Active life for the elderly” project, creator of over55.moscow Web-site
  • Svetlana Kraychinskaya, “Agency for the Development of Professional Communities and Work Staff “Young Professionals” (Worldskills, Russia), deputy director general on staffing – Academy director
  • Helena Bryzgalina, head of the chair of educational philosophy of the Philosophy Faculty of the Moscow State University
  • Mikhail Klarin, PhD in pedagogy, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education
  • Anatoly Prokhorov, Principal of the School of Inner Adulthood, chief expert of the HSE Education Institute, “Kikoriki” animated series art director.
13:45-14:30


Coffee break
14:30-15:30


Final general session

Public Events Hall , 5th floor

 

Summing up the discussions in the three sections: moderator reports. Forum closing.

Head of plenary session:

  • Julia Gryaznova, communication management consultant, Executive Director of the Russian PR Association, professor of the Integrated Communication Department of the High School of Economics

Contributors:

  • Rosemarie Kurz, Austria – Lifelong learning in retirement in Europe
  • Peter Rudolf Hansen, Denmark – Training opportunities for pensioners in Denmark
  • Roland Gruender, Switzerland – Lifelong learning as a way to stay in the market
  • Dieter and Mechtild MassinLife experience and stories of European pensioners
  • Pavel Luksha, Professor, Director of corporate training programs of Skolkovo Moscow School of Management
  • Helena Topoleva-Soldunova, Director of the Social Information Agency NGO (SIC), Head of the Committee of the RF Civic Chamber on Social Policy, Labour Relations and Quality of Life of the Citizens