Ministry of Social Policy of the Sverdlovsk region

 Federal State Autonomous Institution of Higher Education

 “Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin”


 LLC “Institute of Design Management and Competitive Strategies”


 Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin announces an All-Russian scientific-practical conference with international participation on December 12-13, 2019


 Formation of inclusive culture in organizations “

 Conference location: Ekaterinburg, Ural Federal University.

 The goal of the conference:

involvement of representatives of science and public to search for effective solutions in the field of interaction between society and people with disabilities hereafter called inclusion, social inclusion and inclusive culture forming the establishment of scientific and business relations between scientists and specialists, the exchange of scientific and practical achievements, the discussion of the future for integrating research results into real public practice.

 We invite participation in the conference from:

Scientists and specialists in the field of philosophy, sociology, psychology, education, medicine, valeology, physical culture and sports, state and municipal government, social security;  higher education teachers, students, graduate students;  representatives of state and local government bodies;  representatives of the business community;  representatives of public organizations and associations operating in the field of adaptive physical culture and sports, social welfare;  participants and coordinators of inclusive programs;  organizers of social projects that provide services to people with disabilities and their surroundings;  representatives of volunteer organizations.

Conference topics

  •  History and philosophy of Inclusivity (inclusive  culture)
  •  Inclusion in the context of the modern world: legal and sociocultural meanings
  •  Innovations in the social sphere: from inclusive social projects to inclusive services.  Including collaboration with people with disabilities.
  •  The culture of inclusion in the global world
  •  International cooperation and UN institutions in the field of inclusive culture
  • Extability – a new way to understand the hidden talents and abilities of people.
  •  Extractability: the question of diagnosing the unique abilities of people with disabilities
  •  Organization and support of social projects
  •  Inclusion as a new form of communication
  •  Problems of inclusion for the young people
  •  Interagency interaction and support of the activity of representatives of various social groups
  •  Labor market: professional self-determination of people with disabilities
  •  Problems and prospects for the development of inclusive education
  •  Problems and prospects of training and retraining of employees of autonomous non-profit organizations providing services to people with disabilities and their environment
  •  Assessment of the quality of work of NGOs related to the rehabilitation and socialization of people with disabilities and other socially excluded groups
  •  Innovative approaches in the field of recreational and adaptive physical culture
  •  Valeology: methodology and methodology for studying public health
  •  Problems of recovery of human health by means of physical culture
  •  Inclusion in sports

Conference Program Committee:

Thomas Kraus, initiator of congresses of people with disabilities;  (Berlin, Germany)

 Ayal Bloch, Professor at David Ellin College (Jerusalem, Israel)

Silvia Stiglik, Professor at David Ellin College (Jerusalem, Israel)

Marc Ofran, Vice-President of the French Association of the Blind of Valentin Hauy (Paris, France)

 Samvel Rostomyan, Chairman of the Armenian National Federation of Invalid Sports (Yerevan, Armenia)

 Rano Muhibulloevna, organizer of the Second Tajik Congress of People with Disabilities (Dushanbe, Tajikistan)

 Vlada Khmelevska, founder of the non-commercial organization “Extrability Latvia” (Riga, Latvia)

Petter Holm, Head of International Projects, Association of Curative Education and Social Therapy of the Nordic Countries (Bergen, Norway)

Tatiana Lubushkina, Head of the Department of disability affairs of the Ministry of social policy of Sverdlovsk region Ekaterinburg, Russia)

Oleg Kolpashchikov, President of the White Cane  autonomous non-profit organization (Yekaterinburg, Russia)

 Konstantin Barannikov, General Director, Institute of Management Design and Competitive Strategies, LLC (Ekaterinburg, Russia)

 Yulia Galaguzova, Head of the Department of Pedagogics, Ural State Pedagogical University ”(Ekaterinburg, Russia)

Dania Akhmetova, Vice-Rector for Continuing Education, Kazan Innovative University named after VG  Timiryasov (Kazan, Russia)

 Yulia Shumova, Associate Professor of the Department of Management and Law of SUSU, President of ANO “TSVIRIT” (Chelyabinsk, Russia)

Roman Aranin, Head of the “Kovcheg” Kaliningrad Public Organization of Disabled Persons (Kaliningrad, Russia)

  Ekaterina Isaevskaya, Deputy Director – Head of the Financial and Economic Service, Head of the Branch (Kinel-Cherkassy) of the Medical Academy “Togliatti Medical College” (Kinel-Cherkassy, ​​Samara Region, Russia)

 Alexandra Lazareva, President of the ANO “WHITE  Cane Sevastopol” (Sevastopol, Russia)

 Nadezhda Belkova, Chairman of the Interregional Public Organization of Disabled People “Pilgrim”, Member of the Commission on the Affairs of People with Disabilities under the President of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia)

Albina Bikbulatova, Vice-Rector for Methodical Work and Inclusive Education of the Russian State Social University (Moscow, Russia)

 Olga Zavitaeva, Director, GAU DPO SO “Regional Personnel Center for State and Municipal Administration” (Ekaterinburg, Russia)

 Vera Simakova, General Director of the ANO NPSPO  “Blagoe delo” (“Verkh-Neyvinsky, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia)

Evgeny Shurmanov, Vice-President of the Russian Student Sports Union, Acting  Director of the Institute of Physical Education, Sports and Youth Policy URFU

 Nina Serova, Head of the Department of Service and Health Technologies, URFU

 Oleg Okhotnikov, Head of the Department of Personnel Management and Psychology,  URFU

Fairuza Ismagilova, Professor, Department of General and Social Psychology, URFU

 Victor Gail, Head of the Department of Theory of Physical Culture, URFU

 Anastasia Burkova, Deputy Director for Education, Associate Professor, Department of Service and Health Technologies, URFU

 Dmitry Narkhov, Associate Professor of the Department of Organization of Work with Youth, Director of the Center for Science and Innovation, Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy, URFU

 Lyudmila Boyarskaya, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory of Physical Culture, URFU

 Marina Spirina, Professor, Department of Physical Education, URFU

 Conference format:

Plenary session.  Reports of leading speakers.

Discussion session.  Sections:

  1. Extrability: theory, methodology and practice of study.
  2. Social projects in the sphere of inclusion: initiation, organization, implementation.
  3. Professionalization of citizens with disabilities: from self-determination to employment.
  4. Physical culture and sport: inclusion, adaptation, rehabilitation.
  5. Citizens with disabilities and power: the verge of interaction.
  6. Citizens without disabilities in inclusion.
  7. International projects in inclusion
  8. Law and social institutions of inclusion

Stand presentations


  1. Walking in the dark.
  2. “Wheelchair” – movement, creativity, dancing.
  3. Art without limits.
  4. We do not hear – it does not mean we can not.
  5. Inclusive project: technology creation and implementation.
  6. Inclusive games for young people.
  7. The quality of the work of NGOs operating in the field of inclusion

The program will be published on the website of the Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy

 According to the results of the conference in the first quarter of 2020, an electronic collection of conference materials (ISBN, DOI) will be published.

 The collection will be in the electronic archive of UrFU ( and included in the scientometric database of the RSCI.

 Registration of participants and submission of materials:

Please send your thesis and registration forms to the email below:

The registration form is on the website of the Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy and attached to the letter.

Registration of theses – in accordance with the technical requirements (attached to the letter, example on the site IFKSiMP)

 The languages of the conference are  Russian and English.

 Form of participation in the conference:

Personally – participation in conference events, presentation of oral or poster presentations (as decided by the Program Committee), publication of abstracts of the report;

Personally- participation in the events of the conference without a report;

In absentia – publication of the main points of reports.

Important dates:

October 1 – end of reception of the conference main points

October 15 – announcement of the plenary speakers

November 1 – the end of the review of incoming materials.

November 15 – announcement of the conference program.

December 1 – the end of registration of participants without reports (listeners).

December 12–13 – conference.

 Coordinates of the organizing committee

620000, Ekaterinburg, st.  Mira, 19,

Institute of Physical Education, Sports and Youth Policy.

Tel / Fax: +7 (343) 375-97-61;


 Conference Director:

 Shurmanov Yevgeny, acting  Director of the Institute of Physical Education, Sports and Youth Policy of the Ural Federal University


Tel .: +7 (343) 375-97-61

+7 (343) 375-94-47

 Executive Secretary:

Narhov Dmitriy, Director of the Center for Science and Innovations, Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of the Organization of Work with Youth at the Ural Federal University


Tel .: +7 (908) 91 08 329

 Moskvina Maria, coordinator of social projects of the White Cane NGO


Tel .: +7 (912) 29 00 046

Technical requirements for the main points of the report

 Requirements for participants submitted materials for publication in the collection (see example):

 The article should be submitted in Russian or English *

 UDC code – assigned by the URFU Regional Scientific Library;

 DOI code is assigned to the collection by the Publishing House of the Ural Federal University;

initials and surname of the author (in Russian and English);

article title (in Russian and English);

abstract in English (no more than 1000 characters including spaces. The goal of the research, the methodology, the specifics of the research, the main results – novelty, conclusions);

keywords in English (no more than 7);

abstract in Russian (no more than 1000 characters including spaces. The goal of the research, the methodology, the specifics of the research, the main results – novelty, conclusions);

keywords in Russian no more than 7;

author’s mark;

text of the article in Russian or English.  Text structure:

Introduction  Description of the problem.

Formulation of the problem.  Research methodology.



References – in order of citation;

transliteration (site, option BNG) and translation into English of the list of references, see sample;

information about the authors: the full name of the educational (scientific) institution, the place of work of the author, position, academic degree, academic title.  For students and postgraduates – indicate the course and level of education (bachelor, master, specialist, graduate student) (in Russian and English);

The total amount of material submitted should not exceed 6 pages (maximum 15,000 characters, including spaces).

 * If the text of the article is written in English, then all other components of the article are given only in English.

The text is printed in Microsoft Word 2007 or later, Times New Roman font (in Russian or English);

font size – 16, line spacing – 1.0; margins – 2 cm, indent 1.25 cm;

graphic materials are embedded in the text;

tables (no more than three): sequentially numbered, to the right above the table, heading above the table, alignment  the center.  The font size inside the table is 14 points.

Images: a full-color image is allowed, quality – at least 300 dpi, in graphs, diagrams – 12-14 font size, available data editing; sequentially numbered, center alignment;

automatic hyphenation;

the list of references in the original language should be  given at the end of the text in order of citation;

References should be given in square brackets [3, p.  255–256], where the first digit denotes the number of the cited work from the list of references, the second – the page numbers.

 Materials that do not meet the specified requirements are not accepted.

 Scientific articles must be unique (at least 70% uniqueness in the anti-plagiarism system).  Reference type materials are not accepted for publication.

Technical requirements for the design of stand presentations.

 Poster size: 841 mm (width) × 1189 mm (height) –

A0 format.

Orientation: portrait (vertical).

The text should be well read from a distance of 1 m.

Recommended font sizes:

– title – not less than the 60,

–The text of the poster is not less than 20

Required design elements:

the initials and surname of the authors – in Russian and (or) in English;

email address (for contacting the author);

full name of organization

the title of the report  in Russian and (or) English;

text of the report.


Introduction  Description of the problem.

Formulation of the problem.  Research methodology.



Literature.  Links.

If necessary – illustrations (photos, charts, graphs).

If necessary – gratitude, information about the implementation.

Some additional recommendations:

It is often convenient to divide the entire poster space into several horizontal or vertical sections in order to place separate blocks of the report (such as: abstract, goals and objectives of the work, experimental material, research results, discussion of the results, etc.);

Your poster presentation will be much easier for perception if the material in it is located so that it is logical to read it from left to right and from top to bottom;

various excretory effects (color, background, font size, framing, lines of different thickness) usually help to better and faster navigate the presented material;

too many excretory effects can lead to the opposite result, making it difficult to understand your stand;

It is better to prepare copies of the poster in A4 format (flyers, booklets) as handouts.