Presentation at EU Science Conference, March 7, 2013


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Nurbek Achilov,
Deputy Chairman of Executive Body,
Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists Association,
Session:"Global Collaboration for Global Capacity Building",
"EU Science Conference: Global Challenges, Global Collaboration",
European Parliament
Brussels, Belgium,
4-8 March, 2013

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Presentation at EU Science Conference, March 7, 2013

  1. 1. International Collaboration for Global Capacity Building European Parliament Brussels, 2013
  2. 2. What are the challenges of global community? Effective management and development of governments Effective management and development of science and research Effective involvement of businesses, NGOs, media, public, unions andetc. Effective involvement of nations, effective education and training Building links between regions: Europe – Central Asia, Europe –Kazakhstan and etc. Science: links, infrastructure, funding, commercialization and etc. Economy: world currency, social security and etc. Integration and barriers: WTO, Customs Union Food Security: climate change, agriculture, agro-business Energy: investment in oil&gas, nuclear, alternative energy sources Ecology: climate, human activity, chemicals, autos Legal and human rights: local laws, rights, courts and other topics
  3. 3. Key points• International collaboration for global capacity building should start on a local level, from changing core principles of government and business responsibilities.• Science is creative work but it needs calculations of budgets and funding of brilliant minds. On a global scale, countries cannot implement collaborative scientific projects without global fund raising institutions.• Global challenges as never before bring countries for effective management of resources and collaboration in science. Finding and exploration of solutions for new and existing problems should be in parallel line.
  4. 4. How countries benefit from collaboration?• Investors choose neither countries or continents. They base their decisions on opportunities and advantages of investing. Therefore, the best research projects and its outcomes find their own investors regardless of country and continent origin.• International collaboration is multi level and multi- side collaboration (what we see and experience now is one level or one side collaboration).• A success in one project or country without collaboration cannot be a success in another project or country (because of cultural, traditional differences, visions and approaches of leaders and etc.)
  5. 5. Medicine Physics and Math Chemistry World Economic Growth Security and peaceEducation and Culture Technology Economics
  6. 6. Who we are? “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association, is a non-profit public organization of legal entities, which was created in June 2008 with the aim to realize the initiative of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A.Nazarbayev on creation of the Eurasian club of scientists, which was announced during Saint- Petersburg Forum in June 2007.Mission:To unite scientists-economists, practitioners, representatives of public andinternational organizations in order to find solutions of economicdevelopment, social progress of the world community.Goals:Create conditions for exchange of ideas, experiences, knowledge in theorganization and administration of socio-economic, political, cultural andbusiness activities.Support attracting potential investors and customers for activation ofinnovation work and realization of social and economic projects. The Association members include international, scientific, academic, financial and public organizations, scientists-economists and practitioners from 107 countries The Association headquarters is located in Astana City
  7. 7. What we do? Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists Association 2. Organization 3. Promotion of Promotion of 1. Research Research of Global Projects Forums and Initiatives ExhibitionsRecommendations Journal JournalRecommendations Astana World G-Global Astana for G-20 and “Eurasian “Eurasian for G-20 and Economic Anti-crisis Communication Nobel International Economic Economic UN Forum Conference platform Club Organizations Review” Review” Topics Topics Exhibition of World of annual of annual G-Global Green Astana EXPO Green Anti-crisis forums forums Venture Economy Economic 2017 Economy Plan and and Fund «Green Bridge» Forum exhibition exhibition
  8. 8. How we devise better ways to coordinate their efforts, share good practices, define thematic priorities, minimise duplication and transaction costs, and maximise impact? G-Global Platform Content International Development for Organizations, Governments, NGO, experts and media, business, investors public Recommendations Astana and World Anti-Crisis Plan Economic Forum
  9. 9. EFFECS OF G-GLOBAL COMMUNICATION PLATFORM Sections of G-Global platformEXPERTS’ REVIEWS DefinePUBLICATIONS Topics Result Astana Recommendations Economic for G-20DEBATES ForumPROJECTSBLOGSPERSON OF THE MONTH Define Topics Result World Draft World Anti-Crisis Anti-crisis Plan of UNEXPERT GROUPS ConferenceONLINE CONFERENCEQUSTIONS AND ANSWERS
  10. 10. How we bring together projects and investors? Kazakhstan organizations and companiesSamruk- NSTH NH Kaznex NIF Akimats Businesses OthersKazyna «Parasat» «Zerde» Demonstration of projects Requests for meetings Organization of Exhibition of G-Global Business Meetings innovation, industrial Organization of Communication In Astana Economic and ITC projects of Exhibitions in AEF Platform Forum AEF EECSA Platform Requests for Requests for Demonstration of meetings, projects services, products projects Foreign Government Foreign Investors: Agencies for Investment, Business community of International funds, Cooperation, foreign countriesorganizations and etc. Trade and etc. 10
  11. 11. How we develop and promote recommendations? contributors stages contributors Formation of expert groups Experts ofInternational experts, Governments, including from EECSA, Astana Development of Research Center of Nobel Club, Recommendations G-20, Madrid Club, G-Global RBWC and etc. Communication Platform Presentation in AEF Review by international experts and scientists Research Research Publication in media and internet Scientific conferences of UN, international organizations Ministerial conferences of UN, ESCAP, WAC and etc. (high level) G-20 Summit, UN Conference, WAC 11
  12. 12. World Anti-Crisis Conference, 23-24 May 2013 WAC Main Directions International Economic Social Development Energy-ecological International Technology (Tech)monetary and financial Development (ED) (SD) Development (EED) Economic Relations system (IMFS) (IER) WAC FormatOpening session with participation of experts and 23 May 2013 Plenary Session Nobel Laureates WAC directions 23 May 2013 IMFS session ED session SD session EED session IER Session Session on WAC Main Tech Committee 23-24 May 2013 Round Table Discussions (Coordination 24 May 2013 and content) Session of Ministers of Session of Ministers of Session of Heads of Banks Finance Economy Round Table Discussion Round Table Discussion Round Table Discussion 24 May 2013 Final Joint Session WAC Final Declaration Main Directions of Draft World Anti-crisis Plan
  13. 13. ASTANA ECONOMIC FORUM Astana Economic Forum, a one of the largest economic forums around Central Asia and the world, is organized by the Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists Association and the Government of Kazakhstan. The forum brings together the world leaders, experts and businesses to find solutions to the demanding issues of the global communities, demonstrate new and up-to-date projects for investors and prepare recommendations for the G-20 countries as an outcome.
  14. 14. VI Astana Economic Forum Agenda and StructurePresentation TracksWe organized Forum agenda into five tracks to help frame the structure of Astana Economic Forum presentations.The intent of the tracks is to help attendees organize presentations they wish to attend in a meaningful way.Track I. Commodity Prices and Global Growth in 2013Commodity price swings have had significant impact on economic growth, inflation, fiscal situation and trade between countries andjeopardize food security for the world’s population, especially among the poorest. Therefore, no serious discussion of global economicissues can be held without at least giving a cursory overview of the commodity prices and trends. Volatility in commodities markets isat the top of the agenda of leading economic and policy making summits and international forums.The program of AEF VI includes a discussion about potential solutions and best policies to confront excessive commodity priceswings, which is particularly challenging in a weak economic environment.This track is designed to help policy makers and private sector representatives share ideas, thoughts and solutions that can helpgovernments and private businesses mitigate adverse effects of global commodities price volatility.Track II. Infrastructure, Innovation and TechnologyInfrastructure is widely acknowledged to be critical for economic success, and infrastructure investments are promoted as leading toeconomic growth, either at the local or national level. This track is designed to engage speakers and audience on topics such asinfrastructure investment and economic growth, innovation, role of public investment in infrastructure, and provide empirical evidencebased on Kazakhstan’s own experience.Track III. Global CompetitivenessThis track will focus on creating a discussion between policy makers, business leaders, and successful entrepreneurs around the issueof competitiveness; discuss theory and practice of competitiveness theory and offer practical solutions to enabling economies achievesustainable growth and long-term prosperity.Track IV. Social DevelopmentSocial development is an important aspect of economic progress. Sustained economic progress is not possible without attending tosocial needs of the population. Likewise, achieving a decent standard of living is not feasible without strong economic progress. Thistrack will address challenges of balancing economic growth with social development.Track V. Financial systems, Risks and Policy responseStrengthening the international monetary and financial system is a top priority on the global policy making agenda, as evidenced byhigh level discussions at G8, G20, BRICS, IMF, World Bank and UN summits.This track focuses on financial and economic issues, and will include providing solutions to the current economic problems,stabilization and structural reforms, alternative investments, the development of financial systems, long-term investing, financialgovernance, and sustainable lending.
  15. 15. May 22, 201309.00-09.25 Greetings on behalf of the organizers of the Forum Morning Coffee, 1st floor, Palace of Independence 250 persons Org: EECSA 09.30-11.00 09.30-12.00 09.30-13.00 09.30-13.00 09:30-18:00 10.00-18.00 09.30-18.00 Sustained development Eurasian Business Innovative models Sustainable Modernization of «ASTEX-2013» Conference of of tourism industry Congress: of sustainable energy strategy public services: Exhibition and bachelors,09.30-11.00 PI 200 persons Kazakhstan’s development of for the future of efficiency for Conference masters and Organizer: MINT Art gallery, №1, accession to the territories sustainable Pyramid PhDs 2 floor Kazakhstan WTO: interests and PI 150 persons development PI 100 persons 2000-2500 ENU facility business Org: Nur Otan PI 250 persons Org: KNANS, persons 100Persons opportunities Press center, 1 floor Org: APS 14:30-16:00 PI 250 persons Parasat Org: MTC Org: ENU Global Ceremonial Organizer: Oval Hall, 1 floor unemployment: Hall, 1 floor11.30-13.00 integrated solutions Atameken PI 200 persons Art gallery, №2, 2 Org: MLSC floor Art Gallery, №1, 1 floor 14:30-18.30 14:30-18:00 14:30-16:00 11:30-16:00 Generation Global: II Congress of Creation of II Central Asian youth initiatives for partnership innovative clusters Congress of sustainable between business PI 150 persons business woman14.30-16.00 development Org: MEBP PI 500 persons and state Press center, 1 PI 200 persons , PI 250 persons Org: CA congress floor Org: USEU Org: MEBP, of business Art gallery, №1, 2 Art gallery, №2 woman 2 floor 16.30-19.30 3 floor floor Prospects of development transport and16.30-18.00 communication system of Kazakhstan PI 300 persons Org: MTC RK Art Gallery №2 2 floor Available Halls : Oval Hall from 14:30 – 18:00, Third Floor from 10:00-18:30
  16. 16. May 23, 2013 Solemn Opening/ Plenary session Astana Economic Forum and World Anticrisis Conference PI Congress Hall ,3000 persons Org: EECSA 13:00-14:20 Employment in developing markets Restoran 1 floor PI 250 persons Org: EECSA 14.30-18.00 14.30-16.00 14.30-16.30 14.30-16.00 14.30-16.00 15.00-18.00 Enterpreneurship in The main result of the Prospects for The global reserves of Kazakhstan and InnovationalKazakhstan: Challenges emerging markets of and Opportunities socio economic survey agricultural oil and geopolitical Congress development in terms Brazil, South Africa PI 200 persons of Asia and the Pacific risks PI 300 persons of accession to the WTO and Indonesia Org: JSC “Damu” Ocean PI 280 persons PI 200 persons Org: MINT RK, Press Center PI 200 persons PI 300 persons Org: Kazenergy, BG Org: Embassy of 3 floor 1 floor Org: MAC RK, KazAgro Казахстан Brazil, SAR, Org: ESCAP UNO Art Gallery №2 Art Gallery №1 Ceremonial Hall, Indonesia 2 floor 2 floor Oval Hall, 1 floor 1 floor 16.30-18.30 17:00-19:00 16:30-18:30 16:30-18:30 Contemporary world Human capital is the Kazakhstan is a Development and operation of local self trends of corporate resource of future platform for Governance system in governance PI 70 persons scientific research Poland – experience for PI 200 persons Org: MEBP of alternative Kazakhstan Org: JSC Samuruk energy PI 150 persons Art gallery 2 floor Org: Embassy of Kazyna PI 280 persons Poland Art Gallery №1 Org: Kazenergy Ovall Hall, 1 floor 2 floor Ceremonial Hall, 1 floor 14:30-18:00 World Anticrisis Conference Sectional events Pyramid, Atrium, 2 floor 700 persons Org: Government, EECSAAvailable Halls: no Halls
  17. 17. May 24, 2013 09:30-11:00 09.30-11.00 09.30-13.00 15.00-18.00 09:30-18:00 Ensuring stability of the Green economy – a new National policy. Intellectual property paradigm of the Innovational financial system in the context of external risks sustainable Social modernization congress Ptotection in and challenges development in the healthcare PI 300 persons Internet: challenges10.00-11.30 PI 250 persons PI 150 persons Org: MEP RK PI 200 persons Org: MINT RK, and prospects Org: MF RK 09.30-17.00 Art Gallery №1 2 floor Press Center Org: MPH RK 3 floor PI 280 persons Astana Invest 1 floor Art Gallery №2, 2 floor Org: MJ RK 2013 Ceremonial Hall, 1 PI 500 persons 11.30-13.00 14:30-16:00 floor Org: Mayor’s Regional integration: Industrial revolution- challenges and prospects of transition to “green office of Astana, creation CES12.00-13.30 economy” Астана PI 200 persons PI: 70 persons Innovations Org: NB RK Art Gallery №1 Org: MEBP, ERI ½ Congress Hall 2 floor Press Center 1 floor 14:30-16:00 14.30-16.00 Macroeconomic Development and transformation of14.30-16.00 analysis, parametric economy through the regulation and public prism of fair competition policy PI 200 persons PI 200 persons Org: ACP RK Org: KNTU Art Gallery №2, 2 floor Art Gallery №1 2 floor 16.30-18.30 Dialog of leaders Palace of Independence 700 persons16.30-18.30 Org: EECSA ½ Congress Hall 10:00-16:00 World Anticrisis Conference Sectional events Pyramid, Atrium 2 floor 700 persons Org: Government, EECSA 20:00-23:00 Concert for participants of the Forum Available Halls: Oval Hall from 09:30-16:00, 3rd floor from 09:30 – 11:30
  18. 18. Contact PersonNurbek AchilovDeputy ChairmanExecutive BodyEurasian Economic Club of Scientists AssociationTemirkazyk 65, Astana City 010004, KazakhstanOffice 116Tel.: +7 7172 70 18 32Mob.:+ 7 701 940 29 78E-mail: nurbek2020@gmail.comWeb:,
  19. 19. Thank youfor your time and attention! Welcome for Cooperationwith Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists Association 19