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Are we ready to answer global challenges together? Young progressive minds are searching for answers together with famous researchers and opinion leaders.

Speakers

Carl Safina

Zoologist, ecologist, PhD, Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University (USA)

Miguel Brandão

Professor in industrial ecology and life cycle assessment at Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Tejbir Singh Rana

PhD, professor at University of Delhi (India)

Thomas Albert Blees

The Global Energy Prize international award committee member, president of the Science Council for Global Initiatives

Oyewale Tomori

Member of the US National Academy of Medicine, WHO virologist (1994-2004)

Danila Kozlovsky

Actor, director

Daniel Fung

Chairman of UN partner Fund on peace and development, Member of the Upper chamber of Parliament of People's Republic of China

Oliver Stone

Director, producer, writer, Oscar winner

Rodney John Allam

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, the Global Energy Prize laureate

Jane Morris Goodall

Ethologist, anthropologist, UN messenger of peace

Ancha Baranova

PhD, Professor at George Mason University (USA)

Event
program

15:20
Resource
deficit

Miguel Brandão

Professor in industrial ecology and life cycle assessment at Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Thomas Albert Blees

The Global Energy Prize international award committee member, president of the Science Council for Global Initiatives

16:00
Population
growth

Tejbir Singh Rana

PhD, professor at University of Delhi (India)

Daniel Fung

Chairman of UN partner Fund on peace and development, Member of the Upper chamber of Parliament of People's Republic of China

17:00
New
Illnesses

Oyewale Tomori

Member of the US National Academy of Medicine, WHO virologist (1994-2004)

Ancha Baranova

PhD, Professor at George Mason University (USA)

17:40
Environmental
problems

Carl Safina

Zoologist, ecologist, PhD, Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University (USA)

Rodney John Allam

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, the Global Energy Prize laureate

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Broadcast of the conference will take place from 3 pm until 6:30 pm (GMT+3) on December 16, 2020.

To participate in the conference, follow the link by clicking on the "Participate" button in the invitation letter sent to your e-mail. If the site prompts you to enter a key, then in the "key" field under the player window you must enter a unique key from the invitation letter. This will give you access to all actions on the site. After accepting the agreement on personal data processing, you will be directed to the event website.

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During the broadcast, you can take part in the poll. Voting topics will be announced live and duplicated by infographics under the video. A participant can vote for only one item in each voting session. Each voting session is limited in time; votes after the end of the session are not accepted.

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It is recommended to enter the auditorium 20-30 minutes before the start of the event in order to get comfortable with the controls.

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Viewers'guide

Broadcast of the conference will take place
from 3 pm until 6:30 pm (GMT+3) on December 16, 2020.

During the broadcast, you may take part in a poll.
The themes will be announced during the live broadcast and they will be duplicated by infographics under the video. A viewer could vote for one position in each session of the poll announced by the presenter.

See you at the conference!

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Event program

What will the Earth look like 10, 50 or 75 years?
How can we conserve and allocate resources in an era of global population growth?
We need to understand this today.

NEXT 75 is an international conference
dedicated to worldwide problems and challenges
facing all of Earth’s citizens.

14:00 – 15:00
Start of the online broadcast, connection of participants, pre-moderation
15:00 – 15:10
Conference opening. Speech: Elena Shmeleva, head of the Talent and Success Foundation
15:10 – 15:20
Online voting
15:20 – 16:00
BLOCK I: “Resource Deficit”
SPEAKERS:
Miguel Brandão
Professor in industrial ecology and life cycle assessment at Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Thomas Albert Blees
The Global Energy Prize international award committee member, president of the Science Council for Global Initiatives
16:00 – 16:40
Block II: “Population Growth”
SPEAKERS:
Tejbir Singh Rana
PhD, professor at University of Delhi (India)
Daniel Fung
Chairman of UN partner Fund on peace and development, Member of the Upper chamber of Parliament of People's Republic of China
16:40 – 17:00
BREAK
17:00 – 17:40
BLOCK III: “New Diseases and Challenges”
SPEAKERS:
Oyewale Tomori
Member of the US National Academy of Medicine, WHO virologist (1994-2004)
Ancha Baranova
PhD, Professor at George Mason University (USA)
17:40 – 18:20
BLOCK IV: “Environmental Problems”
SPEAKERS:
Carl Safina
Zoologist, ecologist, PhD, Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University (USA)
Rodney John Allam
Nobel Peace Prize laureate, the Global Energy Prize laureate
18:20 – 18:30
Online voting.
18:30 – 18:40
Speech by Alexey Likhachev, CEO of Rosatom State Corporation.
18:40 – 19:10
End of the conference.

Special guests include:
Oliver Stone – Director, producer, writer, Oscar winner
Danila Kozlovsky – Actor, director
Jane Morris Goodall – Ethologist, anthropologist, UN messenger of peace

The conference will be held in Russian and English in a hybrid offline and online format.

Program subject to change.

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About the Conference

NEXT 75 is an international youth conference dedicated to global challenges of the future and problems that we have to solve today.

Choosing a dignified future for humanity is a task shared by all generations. But it is today's schoolchildren and students who will soon have to decide what our world will look like.

What do we all need to prepare for in the next 10, 25 or even 75 years? Where will we live, what air will we breathe, what energy sources will we use? And will there be enough resources and space on the planet for everyone?

2020 has shown how unpredictable the future can be and how vulnerable humanity is to new challenges. But according to scientists, we can and should prepare for many of them. Is there an opportunity to adequately respond to these challenges? Yes, there is. And we want to search for the answers together with you!

Our goal is to engage young people in a dialogue with reputable experts: well-known scientists, public figures and opinion leaders. This is a conversation about paths of human development, about the opportunities that science opens up and the responsibility we have to the generations that come after us. We want young people to have the most complete information about global problems as possible and, most importantly, about science-based solutions to them.

Why us? Our country's nuclear industry has lived by the motto "Ahead of Time" since its foundation. We understand the importance of long-term plans and the value of scientific thought. Today, we are building nuclear power plants that will produce clean, carbon-free energy for the next 80 years. We make scientific discoveries and create advanced technologies for the future because it is important to us what that future will be.

We know, however, that the future is determined not by technology, but by people—and the most valuable resources on earth are human ideas, plans, faith and the desire to make the world a better place. Therefore, we strive to bring together the best representatives of the young generation: caring, talented and progressive-minded people who are still studying today, and will be solving problems on a global scale tomorrow.

Together, we will discuss global climate change, resource scarcity, the threat of migration tsunamis and new pandemics, and much more. Multimedia accompaniment will make discussions of serious topics vivid and exciting. You will be immersed in a three-hour intellectual dialogue, creating new ideas that will change the world for the better.

Join us! See you at NEXT 75—in the future.

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Privacy policy

This “Privacy Policy” (henceforth—Policy) is an official document of the Sodruzhestvo Foundation for Regional Development, located at 107150, Moscow, ulitsa Boitsovaya, floor/c.p/office 3/50/312 (henceforth—Operator), determining the procedure for processing and protecting information about individuals (henceforth—Participant), participating in the Next75 international youth conference (henceforth—Conference).

  1. In the Policy, the following definitions apply.

    1. Personal data: any information relating directly or indirectly to a specific or identifiable individual (subject of personal data) who is a Participant in the Conference.
    2. Personal data operator (Operator): an entity who independently or jointly with other entities (employees or third parties on the basis of special agreements/reservations in agreements) organizes and/or performs personal data processing, as well as determines the purposes for processing personal data, the composition of personal data to be processed and actions (operations) performed with personal data.
    3. Personal data processing: any action (operation) or a set of actions (operations) with personal data performed with or without the use of automation tools. The processing of personal data includes, but is not limited to:
      • collection;
      • recording;
      • systematization;
      • accumulation;
      • storage;
      • correction (updating, changing);
      • extraction;
      • use;
      • transfer (publishing, provision, access);
      • depersonalization;
      • blocking;
      • deletion;
      • destruction.
    4. Automated personal data processing: processing of personal data using computer technology.
    5. Publishing personal data: actions aimed at disclosing personal data to an undefined group of entities.
    6. Provision of personal data: actions aimed at disclosing personal data to a certain entity or a certain group of entities.
    7. Blocking personal data: temporary halt to personal data processing (except in cases where processing is necessary to clarify personal data).
    8. Destruction of personal data: actions that make it impossible to restore the content of personal data in a personal data information system and (or) as a result of which the material carriers of personal data are destroyed.
    9. Depersonalization of personal data: actions that make it impossible to determine whether personal data belongs to a specific personal data subject without using additional information.
    10. Information system for personal data: the sum total of personal data contained in databases and information technologies and the technical means that ensure their processing.
    11. Cross-border transfer of personal data: transfer of personal data to the territory of a foreign state, to the authority of a foreign state, a foreign individual or a foreign legal entity.
    12. Other terms used in the policy and/or in any relation to them are subject to interpretation in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, and if there is no interpretation in the legislation, in accordance with business practices and scientific doctrine.
  2. GENERAL PROVISIONS

    1. The operator presumes that the Party, when providing personal information and other information at the Conference:
      1. is a legally capable person. If the Participant is an incompetent person, consent to the processing of personal data is provided by the Participant's legal representative, who has fully read and accepted the terms of personal data processing defined in the Policy;
      2. provides reliable and sufficient personal data and other information;
      3. acts freely, of their own will and in their own interest;
      4. is aware that the information transmitted at the Conference by the participant about themselves may become available to Internet Participants, may be copied and distributed by such Participants;
      5. is aware that certain types of information transmitted by them to other Participants cannot be deleted by the Participant themselves.
    2. By registering as a participant of the Conference, the Participant unconditionally and fully accepts all the terms of the Policy and provides the Operator with specific, informed and conscious consent to the processing of their personal data and other information on the terms stipulated by the Policy and the current legislation of the Russian Federation. If a Participant does not agree with the provisions of the Policy in whole or in part, they must immediately terminate the registration procedure as a Conference Participant. Registration as a Conference Participant is carried out via the Conference website at: https://next75.com (henceforth—Site).
    3. The Participant's consent to the processing of their personal data and other information is valid until the purposes of processing such personal data and other information are achieved.
    4. For any requests to the Operator, the Participant must use means of communication that personally belong to the Participant (their email address, password, etc.).
    5. Any personal information about the Participant transmitted to the Operator within the framework of the Privacy Policy is perceived by the Operator "as-is" and is not subject to preliminary verification for accuracy. The Participant is personally responsible for the accuracy of the information provided to the Operator.
    6. When disclosing or providing information, the Operator complies with the confidentiality requirements set out in article 7 of the Federal Law of the Russian Federation. 27.07.2006 № 152-FL “On personal data,” и and measures to ensure the security of personal data during their processing, established by article 19 of the Federal Law of 27.07.2006 № 152-FL “On personal data.”
    7. The Operator may also perform automated processing of the information provided by the Participant.
    8. According to point 7, part 4 of article16 of the Federal Law from 27.07.2006 года № 149-FL "About information, information technologies and information protection," all personal data is stored on a server located on the territory of the Russian Federation.
    9. The Operator does not intend to process biometric or other special categories of data.
  3. PURPOSES OF PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA AND OTHER INFORMATION

    1. The purpose of the Policy is to ensure proper protection of information about Participants, including their Personal Data, from unauthorized access and disclosure.
    2. The Processing of personal data is limited to the achievement of specific, pre-defined and legitimate goals listed in the Policy. Processing of Personal Data that is incompatible with the purposes of personal data collection is not allowed.
    3. The Operator carries out the processing of Personal Data and other information in order to fulfill the Operator's obligations to Participants in relation to their participation at the Conference.
  4. LEGAL GROUNDS FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA

    1. The Legal Basis for the processing of Personal Data is a set of regulatory legal acts, pursuant to which and in accordance with which the Operator processes Personal Data, including:
      1. The Constitution of the Russian Federation;
      2. The Civil Code of the Russian Federation;
      3. The Labor Code of the Russian Federation;
      4. The Tax Code of the Russian Federation;
      5. The Federal Law from 08.08.2001 № 129-FL "On state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs”;
      6. The Federal Law “On personal data” from 27.07.2006 № 152-FL
      7. Other regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation and regulatory documents of authorized state authorities;
      8. The consent of the subjects to the processing their personal data.
      9. Local regulations of the Operator.
    2. The Operator undertakes to adhere to the specified legal grounds for processing Participants' personal data, as well as to keep up-to-date the list of legal acts regulating data processing.
  5. PROCESSING DATA

    1. The Party gives unconditional consent to the Operator for processing the following Personal Data:
      1. Surname, name, patronymic.
    2. The aforementioned list of data may be changed at the discretion of the Operator. No written notification of such changes is required. If a participant enters other necessary data to participate in the Conference, it means that they agree to the changes.
    3. The Operator can also process other information provided by the Participants, which includes:
      1. additional data collected during their participation in the Conference, including information on their technical means (devices), technological collaboration with the Conference's technical and software (including the host's IP address, the Participant's operating system, the type of browser, geographical location, ISP, address book data, the data obtained as a result of access to camera, microphone and other devices) and subsequent actions of the Participant at the Conference;
      2. information automatically obtained when accessing the Site using cookies;
      3. information transmitted by Participants when participating in the Conference (including photos, audio recordings, videos, comments).
    4. All Participant data is used by the Operator exclusively for the purposes specified in the Policy and is stored until the Participant withdraws consent or until the goals of processing such personal data and other information are achieved (whichever comes first).
  6. PROCEDURE AND CONDITIONS FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA

    1. The Participant agrees to the publication, public display, broadcast on the Internet, broadcast recording and public display of the broadcast recording received by the Operator during the Participant's participation in the Conference the data specified in paragraphs 5.1.1, 5.3.1 (in terms of data obtained as a result of access to the camera and microphone) and 5.3.3 of the Policy, as well as to their free use by the Operator as part of audio-visual works created and posted by the Operator for information purposes in open access on the Internet.
    2. The provision of Personal Data and other information upon request of public authorities (local authorities) carried out in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation.
    3. At the request of the Participant (withdrawal of consent to the processing of personal data) addressed to the Operator at the address stated in paragraph 1.1 of the Policy, the Participant's Personal Data shall be erased in accordance with the requirements specified in the statement in whole or in part from the database Operator within 10 (Ten) working days provided the termination of participation in the Conference.
    4. the Operator transfers the Participant's data to its employees for the performance of their official duties. In particular, the Operator's employees maintain a register of data records and perform other actions in order for the Operator to fulfill its obligations under the current legislation.
    5. Mandatory checks of the Participant's data are in compliance with the provisions of the Policy not provided. The Operator has the right, but is not obliged to delete the Participant's data and information that violates the Policy and/or current legislation of the Russian Federation.
    6. The condition for ending the processing of personal data may be the achievement of the objectives of processing personal data, the expiry of the consent or withdrawal of consent of personal data subject to the processing of personal data, and identifying illegal processing of personal data.
  7. ENSURING THE SECURITY OF DATA PROCESSING

    1. The Operator takes the technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of Personal Data and other Participant information from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, alteration, blocking, copying, distribution and other unlawful actions.
    2. The Conference software is designed to prevent unauthorized access to information and/or transfer it to persons who do not have the right to access information.
    3. Also, in order to ensure the security of Personal Data and other information, the Operator conducts the following activities:
      1. Threats to the security of Personal data and other information during its processing are determined;
      2. Organizational and technical measures are applied to ensure the security of Personal Data and other information during processing;
      3. The persons responsible for processing the Participant's personal data are appointed from among the Operator's employees;
      4. Information security tools that have passed a conformity assessment procedure in accordance with established norms are used;
      5. The effectiveness of measures taken to ensure the security of Personal Data and other information is evaluated;
      6. Procedures are applied to detect incidences of unauthorized access to Personal Data and other information;
      7. Personal Data and other information that is modified or destructed due to unauthorized access is restored;
      8. Rules for access to Personal data and other information are established, and all actions performed with personal information are registered and recorded;
      9. Only licensed software is used on the Operator's workstations involved in processing Participants' data;
      10. Access is restricted at the technical and organizational level to the Operator's workstations involved in the processing of personal data;
      11. Constant control is exercised over the measures taken to ensure the security of Personal Data and other information.
    4. The Operator is not responsible for the actions of third parties who access Personal Data and other information through unauthorized access to software and equipment of the Conference, as well as other illegal actions committed by third parties which the Operator could not foresee or prevent.
  8. DATA STORAGE POLICY

    1. Personal data is Stored in accordance with the Participant's consent for the period specified in the Policy.
    2. Personal data shall be stored no longer than required by the purpose of their processing. The processed Personal Data is subject to destruction or depersonalization upon achievement of the processing goals or if it is no longer necessary to achieve these goals.
    3. Personal data with different purposes for processing is stored separately within the Operator's information system or, if stored on physical media, within the official duties of the relevant division of the Operator.
    4. An employee of the Operator who has access to personal data in connection with the performance of work duties ensures the storage of information containing personal data, excluding access to them by third parties. In the absence of such an employee, no documents shall contain personal data at their workplace. When an employee goes on vacation, business trip, or other prolonged absence from the workplace, they transfer documents and other media containing personal data to the person who will be assigned to perform such work duties by a local act of the Operator. If such a person is not appointed, documents and other media containing personal data of Participants are transferred to another employee who has access to personal data at the direction of the head of the relevant structural division of the Operator.
    5. When an employee with access to personal data, documents and other media containing personal data is terminated, these are all transferred to another employee with access to personal data at the direction of the department manager and notification of the inspector for data protection.
  9. BACKUP POLICY

    1. The Operator conducts backup of personal data in its architecture in order to prevent information loss in the event of hardware failures; software failures; hardware failures; operating system and application software failures; malware infection; unintentional destruction of information, Participant error; deliberate destruction of information, etc..
    2. Backups create the possibility of moving personal data from one Operator workstation to another, thus removing the dependence of the integrity of personal data on a specific workstation and/or a specific room.
    3. Backup information shall be subject to the following main categories:
      1. Personal data of the Participant;
      2. Information required to restore the Operator's servers and database management systems;
      3. Information of automated systems of the Operator's architecture, including databases.
    4. All backup information is confidential and protected by the Operator in accordance with the current legislation.
    5. The Operator shall appoint a responsible person from among the employees responsible for backing up personal data.
    6. The main tasks of the person responsible for backup are:
      1. Planning for backup and recovery;
      2. Setting the lifecycle and calendar of operations;
      3. Daily review of the backup logs;
      4. Protection of the backup database;
      5. Daily determination of the backup time window;
      6. Creation and maintenance of open reports and reports on open issues;
      7. Consultations with vendors and suppliers of backup software;
      8. Development of backup systems;
      9. Monitoring backup tasks;
      10. Preparation of reports on failures and successful execution;
      11. Problem analysis and solution;
      12. Operations with backups and library management;
      13. Performance architecture analysis;
      14. Review and analysis of backup methods;
      15. Planning for architecture development, defining daily, weekly and monthly tasks.
      16. The person responsible for backup has the right to make suggestions and request the termination of personal data processing in cases of violation of the established information backup technology or violation of the functioning of the backup system.
    7. Backups of personal data are carried out with a frequency of 1 (one) time a month.
    8. The results of all backup procedures are monitored by the person responsible for processing personal data, appointed from among the Operator's employees (data protection inspector), within 5 (Five) business days from the date of performing these procedures.
    9. If an error is detected in the backup system, the person responsible for backup shall notify the Operator's Manager as soon as possible.
    10. Backups are selectively verified at least 1 (One) time a month.
  10. INCIDENT REACTION POLICY

    1. An incident of personal data information security is any unforeseen or undesirable event that may disrupt the activity or information security of the Operator's architecture and lead to leakage of personal data and/or violation of the Policy.
    2. The source of information about the incident to information security may include the following:
      1. Messages from the operator's employees, Participants, and contractors sent to the Operator by email, in the form of memos, letters, statements, etc..
      2. Notifications/messages of the supervisory authority for personal data processing.
      3. Data received by the Operator based on the analysis of logs of information systems and personal data protection systems.
    3. An employee of the Operator who has received information about the incident reports this to the data protection inspector, who registers the incident in the electronic incident management system, assigning it a serial number, recording the date of the incident and its essence. The database of information security incidents is updated as incidents become available.
    4. The Participant whose rights are affected by the incident is notified of the incident by e-mail as soon as possible, but no later than 30 (Thirty) business days from the date of the incident. Within the same period, all possible measures are taken to reduce or prevent further damage to the rights of the Participant.
    5. Incident analysis is performed by the person responsible for data processing from among the Operator's employees, who is responsible for each incident:
      1. Collects and analyzes all data about the circumstances of the incident (emails, log files of information systems, statements of participants and employees of the Operator, etc.);
      2. Determines the extent to which personal data was leaked and the circumstances surrounding the leak;
      3. Identifies persons guilty of violating the prescribed measures for the protection of personal data;
      4. Sets the reasons and conditions that contributed to the violation.
      5. At the end of the incident analysis, issues a report to the Operator's management.
    6. Upon completion of the incident analysis and receipt of the report of the data protection inspector, the Operator makes a decision on punishment of the perpetrators.
  11. FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. The Privacy Policy is a publicly available document. A current version is always available on the Site.
    2. The Operator has the right to unilaterally change the text of the Policy without prior notice to the Participant. In this case, the proper notification of the Participant will be the publication of the new version of the Policy on the Site. The responsibility for timely familiarization with the current version of the Policy lies entirely with the User.
    3. The relations of the parties are governed by the law of the Russian Federation. Acceptance of the privacy Policy by a foreign Participant means that its text is clear to them and they do not need to translate it. If translation is necessary, foreign Users are obliged to translate into the language they need on their own and at their own expense. If there are discrepancies between the Russian-language and foreign versions of the privacy Policy, the Russian-language version takes priority.
    4. All differences and disputes arising in connection with the use of Personal data and other information shall be resolved in accordance with the applicable legislation of the Russian Federation claim in the pretrial order. The deadline for responding to a claim regarding the processing of personal data is 30 (thirty) business days. If the dispute is not resolved in a pre-trial procedure, it is subject to consideration in court in the Operator’s location.