The Kazan Institute of Federalism took place in preparation of XVI Economic Forum as the partner participates. The Forum was held on September, 6-9, 2006 in Krynica Zdroj (Poland).
Each year the Economic Forum in Krynica Zdroj brings together decisionmakers, experts and political, economic and cultural leaders. They gather to discuss challenges that the modern world faces. By sharing experiences and exchanging opinions, they facilitate making decisions and undertaking projects crucial for both international interregional cooperation.
Among participants of last year's XV Forum there were presidents of Lithuania and Poland, and also prime ministers of Slovakia and Poland.
The Forum was in the form of plenary sessions and numerous debatable seminars. The Kazan Institute of Federalism conducted preparation of a seminar on a theme «The Future of the Russian federalism» where politicians and political scientists from Russia, Italy and the USA took part. The leader of a seminar – director of scientific programs of the Kazan Institute of Federalism Rafael Khakimov. Working languages – Russian, English and Polish.
Conditions of participation in work of the Forum, and also any other additional information on a meeting in Krynica Zdroj you can find on an official site of the Forum.
On September, 7, 2006,The XVIth Economic forum, Krinica-Zdruj, Poland
Plenary session «Society»
Hall: Pijalnia Gіуwna, Tadeusz
Debatable seminar «The Future of the Russian federalism»
Director of scientific programs, the Kazan Institute of Federalism, Russia
Chairman of the committee of State Duma of the Russian Federation on affairs of Federation and a regional politics, the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Russia
The president, Institute of a modern politics, Russia
Giovanni Di Stazi
Former chairman of the Congress of local and regional self-managements, the Council of Europe, Italy
Donna L. Bahry Barlett
The head department of Political Science, Penn State University, the USA