The Second Summer Peace Summit will take place as part of the Global Women Media project. The event will bring together influential women from all over the world. They will discuss pressing global problems. The organisers invite everyone to join the event.
In summer 2019, the IGUMO team headed by Marina Volynkina, Rector of the Institute for the Humanities and Information Technologies, took part in organising and holding the international summit in Brussels. It brought together women leaders from 14 countries. The participants discussed topical issues related to education, social design, and preservation of peace.
The Second Summer Peace Summit will take place on June 26 in online format. Women leaders from different countries will discuss the following topics:
- Loss of values, distrust, and fears: how to bring peace to people’s hearts?
- Consequences of consumerism in our societies. How to prevent it for sustainable growth?
- Deliberate disinformation and lies. Who can stop the misinformation storm?
- Racism: women to stop fighting for race and color.
- Importance of women in all parts of society.
- Better world is interrelated. Constructive cooperation between women of the world.
Marina Volynkina, Rector of IGUMO and co-founder of the Summit, believes that women leaders from different countries should realize global changes, elaborate new senses and live principles in the transformed world. Then they should convey their point of view to governments and the public to start changing approaches. That is the main tasks before the participants of the Summer Peace Summit.
The event will take place on June 26 at 2 pm (Moscow time). The students and lecturers of IGUMO are invited to take part in the event. You will learn a lot of interesting and unique facts from the reports of international speakers.
Read more about the event and its online broadcast on the website created by designers and linguists of IGUMO for the international summit: https://www.p50.global/
Read an interview with Marina Volynkina, Head of the Global Women Media, on the news agency’s website and learn more about the forthcoming summit.
Kristina Danilina, Agency for Relevant Communication students’ business incubator
Translated by Nikolay Gavrilov