KreNI conference is the first and most influential creativity festival in southeastern Serbia gathering innovative creative professionals and experts from all over the world. KreNI conference is about creativity of young people and their engagement in society. It is empowering young people and including them in mapping and solving some problems in their surroundings.
Potential of creative industries in Nis is going to be presented in order to raise awareness about the role that this part of Serbia can have in the global development of creative industries using the experience of foreign experts. Are you creative and innovative person who want to make our city a better place for living? Welcome to the KreNI board!
MAIN PROGRAM - AGENDAView Full Program
10.00 - 10.15
Official opening of KreNI6 - welcome speeches- Snezana Andric, President of the Young Ambassadors
10.15 - 11.30
12.00 - 13.00
13.00 - 14.00
15.00 - 17.00
Design Session #1 (participants only)KreNI speakers working with selected participants.
10.00 - 12.00
Design Session #2 (participants only)KreNI speakers working with selected participants.
12.00 - 15.00
Team formation and ideas development (participants only)Challenges will be mapped and creation of solution will start
11.00 - 13.00
Mentors time (participants only)Mentors will work with teams on ideas development.
13.00 - 17.00
Final preparation (participants only)Preparing ideas for presentation
10.00 - 10.10
10.10 - 11.20
Ideas presentation in front of juryJury: N.E. Yahel Vilan, Ambassador of Israel, Biljana Dakić Đorđević, Director of Trag Foundation, Olivera Kostić, Project Manager of EU Pro Project and Joachim Waern, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Sweden
11.20 - 12.20
12.20 - 12.30
Conclusion and closing of KreNI6
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Even before the current crisis, the global economy was growing at a slower rate than in previous years notwithstanding improvements in labour productivity and unemployment. The pandemic has abruptly and profoundly disrupted it, pushing the world into a recession. The unprecedented shock to the world’s labour markets is expected to result in a decrease of around 10.5 per cent in aggregate working hours in the second quarter of 2020, equivalent to 305 million full-time workers. Small and medium enterprises, workers in informal employment, the self-employed, daily wage earners and workers in sectors at the highest risk of disruption have been hit the hardest.
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Aspects of the prevailing global economic environment have not been conducive to rapid progress on Sustainable Development Goal 9. While financing for economic infrastructure has increased in developing countries and impressive progress has been made in mobile connectivity, countries that are lagging behind, such as least developed countries, face serious challenges in doubling the manufacturing industry’s share of GDP by 2030, and investment in scientific research and innovation remains below the global average.