Eurasian women's community
web portal is aimed at:
- bringing women’s organisations to the shared communication platform, including business communities, non-governmental & non-commercial organisations, and women-oriented organisations;
- promoting society, business and creative activities and encouraging their appreciation and support by community members;
- attracting mass media and social interest in the activities of women’s organisations
- encouraging mass media to develop a positive image of women thus contributing to a positive outlook on our country from the foreign world.
The site contains:
- a roster of women’s organisations participating;
- an information agency;
- a universal interactive event schedule;
- a feedback page of questions and answers ;
- educational events;
- polls and surveys.
Skolkovo Innovation Centre hosted the international conference Intellectual Property in the New Technological Order. Scientists, representatives of patent offices, and experts in intellectual property from different countries joined the event as its participants. One of the sessions was dedicated to the topic of global trends in the field mentioned. Professor Lyudmila Novoselova, Doctor of Law, President of the Intellectual Property Court, discussed controversial issues and conflicts in patent rights and copyrights.
On the 1 February, Novosibirsk Regional Office of the Federation of University Women held its Annual Meeting. Nadezhda Boltenko, Chairperson of Women’s Union of the Novosibirsk Region and a member of the Federation Council participated in it.
The mass media are often called the fourth power. It is obvious because they influence the public opinion and thus form worldviews of every person. Our agency consciously took the responsibility to deliver only positive news from all spheres of activity to the society.
It is believed that the Europeans and Japanese can hardly see eye to eye with each other due to the difference in their mentality. However, our interviewee not only achieved mutual understanding and created a business with her Eastern colleagues, but also managed to borrow some principles of Japanese long living to put them into practice in Russia. It turned out that health improving procedures contributed positively to appearance.
On February 1, Skolkovo Innovation Centre hosted the opening of the international conference Intellectual Property in the New Technological Order. It attracted scientists, representatives of patent offices, and experts in intellectual property from different countries as the event’s participants. They exchanged experience, shared effective practices, and discussed problems related to digitalization and technocracisation having influence on intellectual property.
How to have a long and interesting life? How to look young and beautiful? The open creative section Beauty Laboratory at the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum will answer to these questions. One can also have an individual consultation there. Modern technologies related to a healthy lifestyle and long living will be presented at the session ‘Active Longevity: Modern Technologies and Women’s Initiatives’.
How to make difficult professions more attractive? What is the feature of income distribution in Russia? Why women work three shifts per day? Natalia Khoroshiltseva, assistant professor at the Department of Labour and Personnel Economics at MSU, expert in labour organisation, answered these questions in her interview with the EWC journalists.
We often hear that women choose either career or family. However, should one choose but not combine? The EWC journalists interviewed Maria Serpukhovaya, postgraduate student of the Department of Labour and Personnel Economics at MSU, to discuss this issue.
Anna Wohlthat is the CEO of the WP German Med CARE company, economist in the field of healthcare, and mother of four children. She has her own business in Russia and in Germany and her own winery. In addition, now she is finishing studying at the SKOLKOVO business school. The EWC journalists interviewed her and found out how Anna managed to build her business and what features it had.
Labour economics is a science field that explains and lets one predict people’s behaviour in working life. It is equally important for common members of companies and CEOs. It is essential even for those who have enough money not to work at all. Tatyana Razumova, head of the Department of Employment and Labour Relations of Moscow State University, told us more about that interesting field.
"Eurasian women's community"web portal works as an information agency voicing Eurasian Women’s Forum.
Our news feed comprises the most topical messages of our participant’s blogs selected by the press centre.
The most important news will be translated into English to inform the world community of the activities of Russian women’s organisations.
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(8th of December 2016 Moscow)
Roundtable conference on the topic of International Cooperation of State Authorities and Public Organizations in the Sphere of Healthcare of Women and Children
(25th of November 2016 Moscow)
International forum «Women’s Dialogue. Infinity Charity.»
(17th and 18th of November 2016 Ufa)