EVENT: Last Call for RSVPs: Generation Next: Emerging Civic Leaders in Russia Today [Washington, D.C., Wednesday, June 26, 2013, nearly full]

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Date:  Mon, 24 Jun 2013
Kennan Institute <kennan@WILSONCENTER.ORG>
Subject: Kennan Institute – Last Call for RSVPs

Kennan Institute/Wilson Center

Last Call for RSVPs

Our June 26 half-day conference cosponsored with the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, Generation Next: Emerging Civic Leaders in Russia Today, is almost full. If you wish to attend, make sure to respond today so we can accomodate you. The conference will convene six rising Russian leaders to discuss their experience of how young Russians participate in the public dialogue today. You can RSVP here http://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/rsvp?eid=27772&pid=108

Generation Next: Emerging Civic Leaders in Russia Today
June 26, 2013 // 8:30am ­ 12:30pm

Young people in Russia continue to find methods to stay engaged in civic life even as new roadblocks are put in their way. This half-day conference will bring a cross-section of young Russian civic and social leaders to Washington, DC and give them the opportunity to articulate how young people participate in the public dialogue in Russia today. U.S. audiences rarely get to hear directly from the post-Soviet generation, so this conference will allow for a very unique and valuable exchange of views. Cosponsored by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.

This event is open to the public but reservation is required. Please RSVP.

Event Sessions:

8:30am­9:00am: Registration

9:00am­9:10am: Welcoming Remarks

9:10am­10:40am: Panel 1: Law and Society: A New Generation Joins the Struggle

Dmitri Bartenev, Legal Advisor, Mental Disability Advocacy Center
Anna Sevortian, Independent Expert and Former Director, Human Rights Watch
Stanislav Stanskikh, Research Associate, Government Auditing Faculty, Moscow State University

10:40am­10:50am: Break

10:50am­12:20pm: Panel II: The Economic and Social Aspirations of Generation Next

Sergei Kiselev, Executive Director, Yaroslavl Region Economic Council
Ekaterina Kravchenko, Senior Journalist, Vedomosti
Alexandra Yatsyk, Associate Professor, Institute of Mass Communications and
Social Sciences, Kazan University

12:20pm­12:30pm: Closing Remarks

Location: 6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center

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