9th Hanseatic Conference

9th Hanseatic Conference

Organizer: Hanse Parlament and Baltic Sea Academy

Date, venue: 17. – 19. February 2014,

Handwerkskammer Hamburg, Holstenwall 35, 20355 Hamburg

 


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2014

 

13.00  Parallel project Workshops

 

19.00  Visit St. Michael's Church and dinner in the in the Crypt, Englische Planke 1, 20459 Hamburg

 

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2014

 

09.00  Parallel project Workshops und general assembly of members of the Hanseatic Parliament and Baltic Sea Academy

 

13.00  Lunch and Registration

 

14.00  Welcoming address and introduction

 

"Innovative SMEs by Gender and Age“, Dr. Jürgen Hogeforster, Hanse-Parlament

 

Greetings of the Hamburg Senat, Detlef Scheele, Senator for Labour, Social and Family Affairs and Integration of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

 

Greetingsof the Hamburg's economy, Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Schmidt-Trenz, Chief Executive Officer of Hamburg Chamber of Commerce

 

”Promotion of women’s businesses in Lithuania”, Algimanta Pabedinskiene, Minister for Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania

 

Questions to the speakers

 

15.15  SEKTION I:Powerful economy with women and the elderly in the Baltic countries

 

Moderator:Dr. Max Hogeforster, Chairman of the Hanse-Parlament und Baltic Sea Academy

 

Brief presentations

 

“Factors of development of companies owned by women”*, Prof. Dr. Bogusław Plawgo, Bialystok Foundation of Professional Training

“Women Employment Trends and Related Factors: the Case of Lithuania”*,Prof. Dr. Vytas Navickas Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences und Dr. Viktorija Stasytyte Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

 “Past, present, future: evolution of female entrepreneurship in Russia”, Dr. Ekaterina Lashkova, Saint-Petersburg Institute of Postdegree Education

“Small and medium business in the Republic of Belarus: gender factors”, Prof. Dr.Andrei Prarouski,Brest State Technical University

 

Questions to the speakers

* The presentation contains the results of the project „Innovative SMEs by Gender and Age“

 

 

 

16.15  Coffee break and international exchange of experiences

 

16.30             Work in the form of round tables: significance of women and older people for SMEs

Introduction and discussion of results as well as Best Practices

 

17.30  Brief presentation and discussion


           “From quantitative to qualitative aspects of work: Overeducation and the Gender Pay Gap in Germany”*, Dr. Christina Boll, Hamburgisches WeltWirtschaftsInstitut

           

19.30  Dinner the restaurant “Parlament”, Rathausmarkt 1, 20095 Hamburg

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2014

 

 

09.00  SECTION II:Effective promotion of women and the elderly in BSR

 

           Moderator:Dr. Jürgen Hogeforster

 

Brief presentations

“Sweden – challenges on the labour market; skills supply”*, Anders Bergström, Norden Association, Stockholm

 

“Conditions for the best practices’ transfer”*, Dr. Marzena Grzesiak, Gdańsk University of Technology

 

“Promotion of female and elderly entrepreneurship - Training for trainers and advisers”*, Sirpa Sandelin, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Pori/Finland

 

“Business activities of women from Poland using the example of Start-up Programms in the West-Pomerania region “, Dr. Magdalena Kotnis, University of Szczecin

 

Questions to the speakers

 

10.00  Work in the form of round tables: Promotion of women and older people for SMEs

Introduction and discussion of results as well as Best Practices

 

11.00  Coffee break and international exchange of experiences

 

11.30  SECTION III: Political strategies for innovative SMEs by Gender and Age

Moderator:Dr. Max Hogeforster

 

 

*  The presentation contains the results of the project „Innovative SMEs by Gender and Age“

 

 

Brief presentations

 

“Age, Gender and Innovation - Strategies to improve employability and work ability of women and older people in the Baltic Sea Region”*,Alexander Frevel, Work und Future, Hamburg


           “Building the socially responsible employment policy in Baltic states”*, Dr. Anicetas Ignotas, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences

 

“How do institutions from Pomerania province support professional activity of persons aged 50 years and more?”, Dr. Anita Richert-Kaźmierska, Gdańsk

University of Technology

“Regional development support for optimal development of the human capital and competence by means of gender and educational policy”, Dr.Albina Volkova,

Saint-Petersburg State university of Economics

Questions to the speakers

 

12.30  Lunch and international exchange of experiences

 

13.30  Work in the form of round tables: Political staregy program

Introduction and discussion of results as well as Best Practices

 

14.30  SECTION IV:Women creating the future in the Baltic region

 

Moderator: Dr. Max Hogeforster

 

Brief presentations

 

“The awareness and creating enterprising postures amongst women as the factor of the economic development of the Baltic Sea Region”, Dr. Michał Igielski,Gdynia Maritime University

 

„The craft – women's time“, Dr. Krzysztof Bondyra, Institute of Sociology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

 

“Outwork and high added value of handicraft in ethnografical dolls production of LATVJU LIETAS“, Ieva Dāboliņa, businesswoman, Riga

 

 „Memorandum of Understanding  in  Support  of  Sustainable Quick- Iga  Project  Results”*,Guntra Kaufmane, State Education Centre, Latvia

 

Questions to the speakers

 

Presentation of the Memorandum of Understanding„Promotion of innovative SMEs through women's entrepreneurship as well as through higher employment among women and older people in Northern Germany“

 

Signing of Memorandum of Understanding for North Germany

 

16.00  Final discussion and final words, Dr. J. Hogeforster

 

16.30  Closing of the ninth Hanseatic Conference with coffee and cake