The Young as a Driver of Socio-Economic Development in an Era of Change
This year, more than 20 million Gen Z’s entered Russian schools and universities. They are definitely not the same as the generation born in the 1990s. What will they be in ten years, how can they change the country, and how are they different from previous generations? Today, sociologists from different countries agree that since the middle of the 20th century there was at least four generations of young people with their unique features and characteristics. What should be done for young people so that they do not lose those unique features? What projects are there for the younger generation? How to involve young people in solving socially significant issues of the country?
Artem Metelev, Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Youth Policy; Head, Platform DOBRO.RF
Vadim Glushchenko, Director, Center for Global IT-Cooperation
Dmitry Zemtsov, Vice Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Alexey Komissarov, Director General, ANO Russia – Land of Opportunity
Alexey Likhachev, Director General, State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
Natalia Malinova, Commercial Director, VTB Arena; General Director, Exhibition Center Dynamo Museum
Ksenia Razuvaeva, Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Front row participants
Yulia Korneeva, Head of Ultrasound Diagnostics Directorate, RP Canon Medical Systems
Oksana Kosachenko, President, Sistema Charitable Foundation
Ekaterina Kudashkina, General Director, CATRISSO
Nikolay Myshyakov, Member of the General Council, All-Russian public organization "Business Russia"
Alexey Rvachev, Director, Center for Assistance to Young Professionals