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Conference Sections

Section 1. Information Society: Education, Ethics, Law

With the advent of new communicative areas of activity in society, there is a need to
rethink moral and ethical standards. Key issues remain universal unhindered access to
information, mutual respect and respect for human rights, the fight against cybercrime, and the
creation of a fair and multicultural information society. Ethical and legal aspects of the
information society are the priority in the activities of UNESCO.

ALLA KANKE — Moderator

Director of Higher School of Business of the State
University of Management, PhD in Economics, Associate
Professor

ROSLIK ANASTASIYA — Co-Moderator

Programme Director of «Boiling Point» of the State
University of Management

Section 2. Digital Wave: Truth and Post-Truth

The globalization of the economy, the technological development of the media, the active
use of social networks allow us to talk about the transition of society to a new information state.
The huge flow of information created by the digital society is characterized by a low percentage
of true statements and facts. The blurring of the boundaries between fiction and truth,
falsification of data, and the pretentious interpretation of historical events give rise to the
phenomenon of post-truth.

PAVEL TERELYANSKIY — Moderator

Senior Researcher, Research Institute of Digital
Transformation of Economics of the State University of
Management, Editor in Chief «E-Management», Doctor
of Economics, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Professor

FARHAD IBRAHIMOV — Co-Moderator

Graduate student of RAS Primakova, Researcher of the
UNESCO Chair “Societal, Legal and Ethical
Frameworking of Knowledge Societies (information
society)” of the State University of Management, Expert
of Valdai Discussion Club

Section 3. Smart Nations: Industrialization, Innovation, Infrastructure

The concept of Smart Nations, a balanced management system for transnational social
and economic systems, requires the creation of a new infrastructure for the integration of
innovations in a modern industrial setting. Infrastructure changes in social and economic systems
lead to an improvement in the quality of life of the population through the integration and
creation of environmentally friendly and energy-efficient industries.

EKATERINA KAMCHATOVA — Moderator

Head of the Department of innovation management,
State University of Management, associate Professor,
Doctor of Economics

VICTORIA DEGTYAREVA — Co-Moderator

Deputy head of the Department of innovation
management, State University of Management, associate
Professor of the Department, Ph.D. in Economics

Section 4. One second: gender equality, access to education for girls and women

A necessary condition for social progress and sustainable development is gender equality and
providing of equal opportunities for women and men to exercise the fundamental rights and
freedoms enshrined in the UN Human Rights Declaration. Gender equality in access to education
for girls and women implies significant shifts in the structure of employment in the digital
economy, significantly expanding the opportunities offered by international organizations and
associations to women.

MIKHAIL NACHEVSKY — Moderator

Head of the Design and Training Laboratory «Digital
Economy and High Technologies» of the State University
of Management, Research Teacher

EVGENIA VORONINA — Co-Moderator

Head of the Project Office of the National Programme
«Digital Economy» of the Analytical Center under the
Government of the Russian Federation

Gusman Mikhail Solomonovich

First Deputy General Director of TASS, Chairman of the Russian Committee for the UNESCO International Programme for the Development of Communication

Du Toit Jaco

Programme Specialist Section for Universal Access and Preservation Communication and Information Sector UNESCO

Borisov Alexey Nikolaevich

Vice President of the World Federation of the UN Associations, Head of the UNESCO Chair of MGIMO

Chukov Roman Sergeevich

Chair of the Board of the “Russian Center for Promotion of International Initiatives”