Facilitating the development of human capital in the Far East is a key prerequisite to delivering on the regional development and prosperity strategy. The Concept for the Demographic Policy of the Far East for the period ending 2025 presupposes a set of measures aimed at increasing the birth rate and life expectancy, reducing the death rate, reducing emigration, increasing the regions appeal to migrants, and creating new jobs in the Far East.
How can businesses and non-profits support the implementation of demographic policies?
Which human capital development tools are most effective, given the specific features of the region?
How can the younger generation be enticed to remain in the region?
What would make the Russian Far East a comfortable and attractive place to live?
Which successful international and regional human capital development practices, including those drawing on the experience of neighbouring countries, could be used in the Russian Far East?
On the eve of EEF 2019 , Alexander Kozlov , minister for the development of the Russian Far East and the Arctic, sat down with us to discuss the results of the past few years and went into detail about the ministry s plans for the near future.