Business • 17 May, 2018

Experts to discuss modern trends in NGO development at AEF: Global Challenges Summit 2018

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For the first time at the Astana Economic Forum, key aspects of the current global trends in the development of the civil sector, its new challenges and opportunities will be discussed.

On May 18, within the framework of the AEF: Global Challenges Summit 2018, the panel session "Future of Civil Society. New civic activity."

The separate panel session on the development of civil society was held at the initiative of Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Religious Affairs and Civil Society. If earlier only the economic aspects were considered at the AEF, this year the forum site will host the discussion of the modern trends of development of non-governmental organizations.

The panel session will be attended by NGO representatives, political scientists, experts from both the near and far abroad, and from all regions of Kazakhstan.

Famous experts will tell about current trends in the development of NGOs, social entrepreneurship and forms of civic activity in Kazakhstan. Among them are heads of the Center for Applied Research "Talap," Rakhim Oshakbayev, Center for Analysis of Social Problems Public Fund, Meruert Makhmutova, Center for Studies of Civil Society and the Nonprofit Sector NRU Higher School of Economics, Irina Mersiyanova (Moscow), Rector of AlmaU University, Gulmira Kurganbayeva, political scientist Sayasat Nurbek and others.

The participants will also be presented with implemented innovative projects and best practices in the sphere of civil society.

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