October, 7
Hall 1
October, 7
Hall 2
October, 6
Hall 1
October, 6
Hall 2
2 days
of business program with coffee-breaks
30 speakers
from 5 countries
500 participants
+ live broadcast
Venue
Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation,
Moscow, Russia
Miusskaya square, b.7 k.1
5 REASONS TO TAKE PART IN
BRICS SCIENCE POPULARIZERS FORUM
ABOUT
High level event
The Forum is a joint project of the Russian National BRICS STI Council and the Commission of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation for higher education and science development. The Forum is held with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO.
Experience and training exchange
It is a communication platform for sharing experience in popular science projects implementation and mechanisms, technologies and tasks of science popularization
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Humanistic
mission
The purpose of the forum is the development of the scientific and educational potential of the Russian regions and the BRICS countries through the development of a system for popularizing scientific knowledge and scientific activities with taking into account regional characteristics.
Community
development
Popularizers of the formal, natural and social sciences, researchers, journalists, volunteers from all over Russia and the BRICS countries will gather at the forum to solve common problems and develop cooperation.
Involvement
Participation in the development of popularization in the interest of sustainable development and a positive transformation of our world.
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Speakers
Wednesday 6, October
Program
12:30 - 14:00
Registration & welcome coffee
Opening Session. Welcome remarks
14:00 - 14:40
14:40 - 15:00
Break
15:00 - 16:20
The role of scienсe popularization in the S&T development of the BRICS countries.

Hall 1
Types and sources of support for popular science events.

hall 2
Break
16:20 - 16:35
Round table discussion. Experience in state regulation of educational activities in BRICS countries.
Hall 1
Mass interactive formats (science festivals, science competitions, announcements, dictations, exhibitions).
hall 2
16:35 - 17:55
18:00 - 19:30
Edutainment
cocktail (For OFFLINE participants)
Thursday 7, October
program
Round table discussion. Science popularization support: national and international survey and request of communicators.
hall 1
Features of off-line event formats.
hall 2
13:30 - 14:20
Break
14:20 - 14:30
Round table discussion. Engaging scientists in the science populariza- tion. Benefits and cost avoidance.
Hall 1
Field science popularization: expeditions and study-tours.
Hall 2
14:30 - 15:20
15:20 - 15:30
Break
Round table discussion. Science popularization and global challenges: Rear guard of resistance (Climate, Pandemics, Bioethics, etc).
Hall 1
Remote formats of science popularization: Photo, Social Networking, Audio and Video Content.
hall 2
15:30 - 16:20
16:20 - 16:30
Break
Round table discussion. Universities and science communication. Breaking an ivory tower.
hall 1
Civic science and science volunteers. How to involve society in scientific and educational projects.
hall 2
16:30 - 17:20
16:30 - 17:20
Summing up the results.
Closing ceremony.
Organizers:
The International Center for Innovations in Science, Technology and Education (ICISTE) — is an expert organization for international science and technology cooperation issues including the monitoring of the international joint projects, performs the functions of the Secretariat of the Russian Council for # nbsp; scientific, technical and # nbsp; innovative cooperation of the BRICS countries.
Commission on development of higher education and science of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation — an advisory structure that performs the functions of examining state legislative initiatives of normative legal regulation in # nbsp; the field of science and higher education
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