Global Impact Conference
CATALYST OF THE FUTURE
11AM UTC +3
Live streaming 2022
EDUCATION CATALYST OF THE FUTURE
Advancing scientific discoveries, nurturing core values, and catalyzing human potential.
We live in an age of learning economy when, in the global context of growing complexity, the quality of education is the only sustainable competitive advantage.
To keep up with the unprecedented changes the last few years have brought about and meet the demands of the future, educational ecosystems must be redesigned.
GIC 2022 will explore the trends, challenges, and opportunities of education in the years to come and will discuss how we can collaboratively co-create a future that works for all of humanity.
Experts from 20 countries around the world gather at the 2022 Global Impact Conference
to exchange experiences and practices in the development of education. The international conference gathers together more than 30 academics, educators, representatives of the business community, and culture and art spheres from 20 countries: India, China, Russia, Turkey, UAE, Oman, Armenia, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Brazil, Vietnam, Egypt, and a number of Latin American and African states.
“The Expert Council of the CorpMission: Human Research Initiative promotes international collaboration between leading research centers, NGOs and companies in order to attract new supporters of the global sustainable development agenda.”
Global Impact Conference (GIC) is an acclaimed international conference driven by the community of changemakers pioneering sustainable action to reduce socioeconomic gaps and ignite a brighter future for the generations to come.
Having started as an online initiative in 2020, GIC became a platform for bridging dialogue with action to contribute to positive impact in key spheres of social and economic life. Over 100 distinguished experts from almost 30 countries shared their invaluable insights and practices with 750 000 viewers worldwide to help overcome consequences of the COVID pandemic and other challenges.
While GIC 2020 'Energy for Impact’ and GIC 2021 ‘Bridging the Gaps’ laid the foundation, the Global Impact Conference ‘Education X: Catalyst of the Future’ will once again gather its global network together in a hybrid event combining face-to-face discussions with outstanding online experiences.
On December 1, 2022, the Global Impact Conference will bring together visionary business and thought leaders, government and civil society organizations, think-tanks and activists, to inspire collaborative action and pave the road to sustainable change by nurturing core values and revolutionizing educational systems.
The Global Impact Conference is hosted by the Rosatom Corporate Academy, bound by the belief in energizing people with knowledge and creating opportunities for unlimited development.
CATALYST OF THE FUTURE
Online Conference \ 1 Dec 2022 11am GMT+3
Connecting With Humanity: Art, Science, and Business
Online Conference \ 1 Dec 2022 12am GMT+3
Changing Education to Change the World: Impact Team 2050
Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon famously said, “Young people drive change, but they are not in the driver’s seat. I call for giving them the ‘license’ to steer our future.” Younger generations are the main beneficiaries of sustainable development, and building viable, inclusive and technologically advanced global communities requires a revision of the global educational landscape. Experts brought together by GIC and Impact Team 2050 will discuss how young people perceive education in the future, how we can make generational parity the norm, and whether redefining the hierarchy of values will lead to a comprehensive transformation of educational systems.
Online Conference \ 1 Dec 2022 1:50pm GMT+3
In or Out? Trend Watcher, Bioethicist, and Data Journalist on the Future of Work
Air taxis, unmanned subway trains, delivery robots, voice assistants and metaverses: things that used to only exist in sci-fi movies have now become part of our everyday life. By 2050, one in three professions will rely on artificial intelligence. While concerns over rising global unemployment may be justified, one takeaway from the previous three technological revolutions is that innovations don’t really lead to job shortage, but rather necessitate a reconfiguration of the labor market. With routine jobs getting automated, greater significance falls on intellectual labor and creative industries, which still depend on the human mind as their main driver.