Mikhailov & Partners to Support G(irls)20 International Summit

On 16th June 2013, as part of the education stream of the G(irls)20 international summit, which will take place in Google’s Moscow headquarters from 15th to 19th June, a master class on Media and Communications will be given by Ellen Pinchuk, International Projects Director at Mikhailov & Partners. Ellen will share her expertise in media relations with the summit participants, examining the latest trends on the Russian and global information scenes and explaining how to build relationships with various target audiences.

The summit has been held every year since 2010 on the eve of the Group of Twenty (G20) meeting to help develop a new generation of leaders amongst women through educational and entrepreneurial programmes.

In the course of the year, an expert commission comprising 21 representatives of both commercial and non-commercial organizations selects young women from around the between the ages of 18 and 20 on a competitive basis, assessing their analytical abilities, commitment, leadership qualities and awareness of the issues to be discussed at the summit.  The delegates include representatives of the G20 countries and one envoy each from the European and African Unions.

“We support this event because we believe it is genuinely important for the development of leaders of the future. Mikhailov & Partners has unique experience and expertise in the sphere of humanitarian technologies and we are willing to share our knowledge with the young generation of active and open people. I am confident that this knowledge will help the summit delegates to create and come forward with projects that will be in demand all over the world,” said Juliana Slascheva, President of Mikhailov & Partners.

One of the issues to be discussed at the summit is how to promote innovative ideas for the growth and development of NGOs, companies and countries, implementation of which will enable girls and women throughout the world to unleash their leadership and business qualities. These ideas will be subsequently submitted for review by the leaders of the G20 countries.

This year, for the first time, there will be a discussion of the future of digital technologies. The programme of training courses will also include master classes from Google, Caterpillar, System Capital Management, Nike Foundation, Carrera y Carrera, and others.

 

 

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