Lifelong Learning within All-European Framework: Perspectives, Challenges, Professionalism

Organization: Belarusian-Russian University

Venue: Belarusian-Russian University

Location: Mogilev, Belarus

Event Date/Time: Apr 02, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT +2:00 hours) End Date/Time: Apr 03, 2013 / 5:00 am - (GMT +2:00 hours)
Registration Date: Apr 01, 2013 Time: 05:00:00(GMT +2:00 hours)
Early Registration Date: Mar 31, 2013 Time: 21:00:00(GMT +2:00 hours)
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 14, 2013 Time: 17:00:00(GMT +2:00 hours)
Paper Submission Date: Mar 28, 2013 Time: 17:00:00(GMT +2:00 hours)
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Centre for International Relations (Minsk, Belarus), Continuing Education and Professional Development Department (CEPD) within Belarusian-Russian University (BRU) (Mogilev, Belarus) with close cooperation of International Association of Belarusian and Russian universities of bordering regions and International Association of Slav Universities host the 4th Annual Scientific Forum: Lifelong Learning within All-European Framework: Perspectives, Challenges, Professionalism.

The Forum involves two stages: 

  1. Educational trade-fair DIDAKTA 2013 visit February 19-23 (Cologne, Germany)
  2. Research Workshop at BRU (Mogilev, Belarus)



The visit to the Didakta trade-fair 2013 is guided by the Centre for International Relations (Ministry for Education, Belarus). A delegation of Belarusian and Russian ministers and other officials accompanied by experts in the field of education alongside the univeristies' representatives will participate in the workshops within the Didakta and conduct some bilateral meetings with their European colleagues. 

Dear Sir or Madam,

On behalf of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus we have been organising the visit of Belarusian delegation to the educational trade-fair Didakta for over 10 years already. During those trips we have been able to establish close contacts with numerous establishments for education in Europe, sing important bilateral agreements and strengthen the whole scale of relations between Belarus and United Europe. Previous year saw active cooperation of our colleagues from the Russian Federation in enriching the event with their vast educational experience.

We are glad to attract potential partners: European universities, communities of research and practice, NGO's - to arrange a meeting and a discussion later this February with the Belarusian delegation on the main challenges in European education.

Hope you will consider this request and  be will be able to further our relation on a better higher level.

Kindly yours,

Alexander Samulitch, Director of Centre for International Relations      



Dear colleagues,

We are happy to invite you to the largest research event on Lifelong Learning in Belarus. It will bring together academic educators, experts and other prospective authors from a variety of European states: Germany, Belarus, Russia, etc. The Forum will promote scientific, cultural and educational practices of European collaboration, will discover and present the latest best findings in this field, share progressive concepts, inventive solutions, promote joint-thinking and assist the development of the common European education framework.

With kind regards,

Prof. Siarhei Samartsau, Continuing Education and Professional Development Department Head, Belarusian-Russian University

The BRU's CEPD department organises the Research Workshop on April 2-3, 2013. The registration for the Workshop is free of charge. The contributions will be published in the proceedings of the “Lifelong learning within All-European framework” Workshop. The scope of the discussions reaches topical issues of contemporary education as the most permanent value of modern society. This year's event is focused on the technology enhanced learning experiences within higher and further education. Thespectrum of the Workshop has been widened to the following topics, which were introduced at the 1st Forum of the Union of The Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation on May 22-25 2012:
  • New values of education
  • Lifelong Learning Policies
  • Continuing education and professional competencies
  • Quality control and assurance in continuing education
  • Information and communication technologies in Education
  • Innovations in modern education
  • Commercialisation of Research at universities
  • Structure of Lifelong learning
  • Slavic states Higher Education Area in all-European frameworks
  • Strategies for sociocultural advances in education
  • International and interregional relations integrating science, education, culture, business

For detailed information on the topics of the Workshop as well as on the event dates and submission guiding lines, please refer to the event BROCHURE.

* The organisers provide international visitors with all assistance in their visit to Belarus (visas application, travel and accommodation).



CEPD BRU  prospekt Mira 43, a.420 IPK  Mogilev 21200  Belarus

Phone: +375295457754, +375222226960  Fax: +375222250830  E-mail:,


Centre for International Relations  Korolya 12-10  Minsk 220004  Belarus

Phone: +375172265577, +375172008735, +375172008249, +375172004254  Fax: +375172005019  E-mail:



prospekt Mira 43


Belarusian-Russian University
prospekt Mira 43
Continuing Education and Professional Development Department
Belarusian-Russian University

Exhibits included


To participate in the Workshop we kindly ask an author to submit at the host address the following checklist of items:
  • Printed copy of the article; the panel has the right to proofread and edit the articles submitted;
  • A copyright form, signed by one author on behalf of all of the other authors of the paper;
  • Author’s personal information.
The volume of the Proceedings will have been published by the second part of the forum and either will be handed to a contributor or sent at the address stated in the application.   The documents are to be submitted to the panel by e-mail:,   Author Instructions   The page limit is strict, 6 pages maximum for papers submitted. Microsoft Word for Windows. All Margins: 20 mm; Times New Roman, 14 pts; single spacing, centered, indentation 1,0 cm. Brussels / Universal decimal classification is in left upper corner; next line: Title of the paper, centered, Bold capitals; blank line, Author (-s), Place, Institution; blank line; indentation, Italics, Abstract (English) 3–7 lines to summarise the article, blank line and body text. The figures might be either vector graphics (*.cdr) or bitmapped graphics (*.jpg). Tables are not allowed in a landscape design. References are required if any citations or quotations in body text, square brackets. Page references in the footer are not allowed.   Author’s personal information
  1. First name and given names
  2. The title of the article
  3. Academic title
  4. Country, place, Institution
  5. Position
  6. Postal address
  7. Office phone incl. country and local codes
  8. Home phone incl. country and local codes
  9. E-mail


! The date above is filled out for every single author in a separate file, e.g. JohnSmith_info_Mogilev.doc   To participate in the visit to Didakta 2013 an application is required. Please, contact the organizers for a sample application and further details.