Pronatalism (from Latin "pro" - for + "natalis" - birth ) - a belief, according to which an increase in birth rate is a means of overcoming the threat to public safety associated with depopulation, as well as a means of strengthening the institution of family, and preservation of health and welfare of the population

Foreign speakers:

Gregory I. Brekhman, Doctor of Medicine, obstetrician-gynecologist, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, perinatal psychologist (House of Scientists Haifa, Haifa), "The emotional life of a prenatal child."

Stefania De Angelis, Ph.D., jurist, an expert in the field of legislation of the Russian Federation in the "Research Center "Giorgio La Pira" (Rome). "The Protection of an Unborn in Roman Law."

(In absentia) Ward C. Kischer, Ph.D., professor emeritus of anatomy and cell biology, embryology, University of Arizona, the chairman of American Bioethics Advisory Commission, a researcher of adult stem cells (US), "Final corruption of human embryology. "

Maureen Condic, Ph.D. - associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy (University of Utah, Salt Lake City), "The development of Fetal Pain Perception".

Maria del Pilar Calva Mercado, - a member of the Pontifical Academy for Life (2002-2012), geneticist, professor of bioethics at the University of Anahuac (Mexico). "The concept of "preembryo"- as a reflection of misconceptions about the beginning of human life."

Jennifer Kimball - Director of Culture Of Life Institute ”Prenatal Adoption Across the Globe- Legal and Ethical Challenges".

Olgierd Pankiewicz Ph.D. - Jurist, (Wroc?aw, Poland), "Two decades of abortion compromise – the Polish Paradox”.

Grégor Puppinck Ph.D. - Director of The European Centre for Law and Justice, one of the co-author of The San Jose Articles (Strasbourg), "Abortion in European law: human rights, social rights and new cultural trend."

Zoran Cvorovic Ph.D., Associate Professor, Faculty of Law of the University of Kragujevac - "Prenatal infanticide in the history of Byzantine and Russian law."

Marion Dinand, Fondation Jerome Lejeune, Paris – ”How the Jerome Lejeune Foundation protects the right to life of children with disabilities."

Russian speakers:

Igor Beloborodov, candidate of sociological sciences, adviser to the director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, the chief editor of the portal Demographia.net, (the theme of the report is being discussed).

Belyaeva Elena V., Ph.D. in Law, assistant professor of social and legal disciplines Murom Institute (branch) of Vladimir State University, "Reproductive rights".

Bufeev Konstantin archpriest, Ph.D. in Geology and Mineralogy (Moscow), "The doctrine of the Orthodox Church about the origin of man."

Vertyanov (Valshin) Sergey, PhD in Physics and Mathematics, author of the textbook "General Biology" for 10-11 classes of secondary schools, "Haeckel’s "biogenetic" law and other errors and falsifications affecting the status of the baby before birth".

Davydenko Natalia B., Ph.D. in Medicine, director of the development and introduction of new medical and organizational forms of perinatal care FGBU "Research Institute of Maternity and Child" (Ekaterinburg), "Achievements of the problems and prospects of fetal surgery in Russia."

Duhovich Vladimir, Ph.D., a priest of the ROC (the theme of the report is being discussed).

Ilicheva Irina, doctor of Psychology, professor of Psychology at Moscow State Regional Socio-Humanitarian Institute, "The spiritual development of the child in utero".

Kovalenko Natalya Petrovna, doctor of Psychology, Professor of Theory of Communication Faculty of Journalism of St. Petersburg State University, President of the Russian Association of Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (RAPPM), president and scientific director of the International Academy of Family, "Prenatal child and its resources."

Michael L. Lazarev, doctor of Medicine, Ph. D. in Psychology, Professor of International Academy of Arts and Sciences, head of pre- and perinatal health of children of the Scientific Center of Children's Health, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, "The Harmony of Perinatal Childhood."

Mingazova Elmira Nurislamovna, doctor of Medicine, professor of Kazan State Medical Center, chief specialist of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation in the Volga Federal District (hygiene of children and adolescents), "Protection of the child's life at the earliest stages of development."

Molchanov Alexander, a graduate student, senior researcher at the Department of Embryology, Moscow State University, (the theme of the report is being discussed).

Ponkin Igor Vladislavovich, Doctor of Law, Professor of the Institute of Public Administration and Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service under the President of Russia, Professor of Moscow State Law University. OE Kutafin (MSLA), "Human dignity and human rights of the child in the prenatal stage of development."

Romanovsky George Borisovich, Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of Department of "Criminal Law" Penza State University of Russia, Penza, "Legal problems of definition when the right to life."

Elena Savitskaya Matveevna, Ph.D in Psychology, professor of developmental and educational psychology Volga Region State Academy of social and humanitarian, "Socio-psychological problems of the child's right to life before birth and healthy development."

Pavel Tishchenko, Doctor of Philsophy, head of the bioethics expertise department at the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia), "Beginning of the human in man."