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Stories Light Now
free online conference
27 international experts on storytelling and narrative will share how to use stories
to illuminate the present moment and the Now inside us, for us and between us

Join us online from the 15th till the 17th of May!
Register for free
Now more than ever the world needs people who can Light up the Now with their Stories
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Surely this has happened to you: you are simply sharing a story about your past, and your listener suddenly says: "Now it's all clear, I know exactly what I need to do!"
A good story doesn't just tell us about the past, it illuminates the present. Like a beacon, it helps us see options that we have even if we thought there are none. It lights up the Now and we find the way.

You are already telling such stories every day, simply because you are human. But lately the world seems so dark that it is becoming much more difficult to light up the Now with stories.
That is why we have gathered leading international experts on storytelling and narrative. Together we will explore how to illuminate the world with stories more purposefully, consciously, confidently and help others and yourself find the right path!
For three days we will be exploring
how Stories Light Now
Stories can Light the Now for us.

When instead of demanding compliance to a new strategy a leader openly shares, how and when this strategy came to be, it suddenly becomes clear to his team why it is important to act upon it. We will explore how to illuminate the present moment to help people around you find a safe path in the dark.

Stories can Light the Now between us.

They say that the enemy is someone whose story you are not ready to really hear yet. We will explore how telling and listening to stories helps people resolve conflicts, see through the half-truths that divide us and remain human, even when the darkness tells us not to.

Stories can Light the Now inside us.

When you remember a moment when you acted with dignity even though you paid the price for it, your soul lights up and it becomes a little easier to act the same way again. We will explore which stories it is important to remember and share Now to highlight your real principles, values, virtues and ideals.
Learn more about the story behind this conference from the founder of Historia Academy and the host, Artem Mushin-Makedonsky:
We will explore how stories light Now with the help of the
leading international experts and story practitioners
Anjali SharmaАнджали Шарма  копия
Anjali Sharma
Founder of Narrative: The Business of Stories
Annette SimmonsАннетт Симмонс
Annette Simmons
Author of the most well-known books on business storytelling
Bruce PereiraБрюс Перейра
Bruce Pereira
Leadership Coach, and Storytelling Strategist
David DrakeДэвид Дрейк
David Drake
Founder & CEO of The Moment Institute
Geoff Mead Джефф Мид
Geoff Mead
Founding Director of Narrative Leadership Associates
Howard DrakesГовард Дрейкс
Howard George Drakes
Story practitioner and diligent student of story
Kat-Koppett
Kat Koppett
President of Koppett consulting company
Екатерина ЖорнякEkaterina Jorniak  копия
Ekaterina Jorniak
Co-founder of the Center for Narrative Psychology and Practice (Moscow)
Laura PackerЛора Пакер
Laura Packer
Founder of ThinkStory organizational storytelling consultancy
Lilly BikbovaЛилия Бикбова 2
Lilly Bikbova
Coach, facilitator, entrepreneur, founder of “No More Shadows” project
Madelyn BlairМэделин Блэйр
Madelyn Blair
Executive coach, author, tv host
Mark SchenkМарк Шенк  копия
Mark Schenk
Managing Director of Anecdote International Pty Ltd
Mary Alice ArthurМэри Элис Артур  копия
Mary Alice Arthur
Story Activist & author of 365 ALIVE! Find your voice. Claim your story. Live your brilliant life
Murray NosselМюррей Носсел
Murray Nossel
Co-founder of Narativ communication consultancy
Paul CostelloПол Костелло
Paul Costello
Founder of the Washington’s Center for Narrative Studies
Rain BennettРэйн Беннет  копия
Rain Bennett
Co-Founder and CCO of CaptureFully
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Ralph Weickel
Expert on Positive Organizational Change
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Shawn Callahan
Founder at Anecdote consulting company
Soundari MukherjeaСаундари Мукхерджа
Soundari Mukherjea
Organizational Consultant, Business Storytelling Coach
Steve BanhegyСтив Банеги
Steve Banhegyi
Business storyteller, consultant, multimedia and narrative designer, beekeeper
Susanne EvansСюзанн Эванс  копия
Susanne Evans
Organization change consultant, researcher and podcaster
Terrence GargiuloТерренс Гарджуло
Terrence Gargiulo
Founder of Makingstories.net
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And more awesome speakers
from different countries will share their knowledge
‘Do you think anyone would put a lighthouse out?,’ said Moominpappa. ‘You can depend on it that the
lighthouse is working all right. There are some things one can be absolutely sure of: sea currents, the
seasons, the rising of the sun, for example. And that lighthouses always work, too.’
Tove Jansson, Moominpappa at Sea
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Join us online

15-17 of May

Conference webinars will take place from 09:00 till 12:00 and from 17:00 to 21:00 Moscow time for all three days. Between 12:00 and 17:00 you can either take a break or join special workshops.

Conference recordings will be available 2-3 weeks after the end of the conference. And we will also have simultaneous translation for all speakers!

You can check you the detailed schedule of the conference below.
Conference schedule
The schedule is in Moscow time, you can
check the timing against your time zone here:

the 15th of May
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the conference. Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the conference. Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
The description is going to be presented soon
10:00 - 10:40
Soundari Mukherjea: «Less is more. Using stories to shed light and overcome organizational angst»
10:00 - 10:40
Soundari Mukherjea: «Less is more. Using stories to shed light and overcome organizational angst»
If Maslow were to redo his hierarchy of needs today, he would probably place “Time” right on top! 

Our email inboxes are stuffed, we are struggling to cut through the noise – still, we find it difficult to remove things or say no.

This carries over at an organizational level – we “add” on to our processes, procedures, tasks - processes go out of date and become useless – yet they remain, not as necessary processes but as habits. 

The result – silo-ed activity, push back, misunderstandings, re-work and duplication. 

All these create obstacles for creativity and productivity, damaging health and overall, undermining efforts and outcomes while blocking meaningful communication. 

What can leaders do to shed light and lead change using stories?
10:40 - 11:20
Ralph Weickel: «Nurturing our Best Selves through curiosity and generative questions»
10:40 - 11:20
Ralph Weickel: «Nurturing our Best Selves through curiosity and generative questions»
Learning who we are at our best is a long journey as our best evolves through experience and time. Learn how curiosity can accelerate that journey and asking oneself generative questions will highlight the qualities of our best selves. Bring your curiosity and the vision of your best self and journey our journey in discovering your Best Self.
11:20 - 12:00
Lilly Bikbova: the topic is being specified
11:20 - 12:00
Lilly Bikbova: the topic is being specified
The description is going to be presented soon
12:00 - 13:00
Break until 13.00
12:00 - 13:00
Break until 13.00
13:00 - 16:00
Artem Mushin-Makedonskiy: «Zoom-workshop: Stories Light Now»
13:00 - 16:00
Artem Mushin-Makedonskiy: «Zoom-workshop: Stories Light Now»
The description is going to be presented soon
16:00 - 17:00
Break until 17.00
16:00 - 17:00
Break until 17.00
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:10 - 17:50
Rain Bennett: «Being Different is Better than Being Better: Shine a Light on Your Hidden Story»
17:10 - 17:50
Rain Bennett: «Being Different is Better than Being Better: Shine a Light on Your Hidden Story»
Success leaves clues. And we all want to be successful, right? So what do you do? You emulate those in your field that are what you consider successful. And you compete with them.

But when you do that, you stop being creative. You stop being yourself. And that is a futile exercise, because every human is different. 

We can never be the same. So our paths to the top are not the same. You have a unique way that you were meant to impact the world. And that unique way is determined by your story.

Plenty of people out there have your skills. Many of them more skilled than you’ll ever be. But no one has your story. So use it wisely.
17:50 - 18:30
Laura Packer: «Helpers and Heroes: Sharing Stories of Compassion, Action, and Hope from Traditional Sources»
17:50 - 18:30
Laura Packer: «Helpers and Heroes: Sharing Stories of Compassion, Action, and Hope from Traditional Sources»
Stress, conflict, and despair are unfortunate parts of the human condition, not just modern afflictions. Our oldest stories and the folk canon are rife with stories of darkness, but they also offer hope in the form of unlikely heroes and necessary helpers. 

This talk is a quick review of how sharing stories of both darkness and light is fundamentally human, and offers some examples from traditional sources that you can use to invite the light back in. We’ll cover a few myths and folktales, discuss their use and misuse, metaphors found in these stories, and how we all have the capacity to be helpers and heroes.
18:30 - 19:10
Paul Costello: «Shedding Light by Asking the Right Questions - Start with «Where?»
18:30 - 19:10
Paul Costello: «Shedding Light by Asking the Right Questions - Start with «Where?»
Simon Sinek says "Start with why", but he is actually starting with "Where" when he says "Start." He raises an interesting question. Where we start the story, or the initiating question goes unnoticed but it is crucial.

This experimental session will explore three pathways, and ask participants to focus on a current challenge: climate change, war, the economy, and then take three unfolding paths.

We will explore where WHY takes us. Why climate change? We find a Reason/s. Next, what HOW engineers for us. How do we fix this problem? We find a Solution/s. As we know with climate change, we know the reasons and we know the solutions but they have not won the day. We are still way behind in curbing emissions.

Did we ask the right question? Are we telling the story the right way for action? What if we ask WHERE? Where are we? In the middle, in between. In between what? What is the field of possibility and limit in which we find ourselves? Asking where places us into relational space, and exposes borders, patterns and proximities that

How and Why are not interested in. Where adds amplitude to our too narrow schools of inquiry. Inspired by Australian indigenous models of stories as maps, we will demonstrate a different method of inquiry, to show that when we have lost our way, we don't need more whys and hows. We cannot negotiate ourselves out of our dilemmas. We need to learn a new set of navigation skills that storywise is pioneering.
19:10 - 19:50
Murray Nossel: «Can storytelling change the world? One year later»
19:10 - 19:50
Murray Nossel: «Can storytelling change the world? One year later»
At last year's conference, Murray Nossel explored the the question "Сan stories change the world?" by describing his project with the US State Department harnessing the power of storytelling to address gender based violence in El Salvador.

This year, Murray will once again enter into a dialogue with Artem Mushin-Makedonskiy examining research findings based on the project's implementation and exploring how lessons learned will inform its current application in a New York City community and future adaptation for Mexico's educational curriculum.

Audience reflections and questions will be welcomed.
19:50 - 20:30
Ekaterina Jorniak: the topic is being specified
19:50 - 20:30
Ekaterina Jorniak: the topic is being specified
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the 16th of May
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the third day of the conference. Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the third day of the conference. Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
The description is going to be presented soon
10:00 - 10:40
Annette Simmons: «Illuminating the Middle Ground»
10:00 - 10:40
Annette Simmons: «Illuminating the Middle Ground»
In a highly competitive environment, some people mindlessly accept that Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” - deception, surprise attacks, and disregarding harm – offers viable strategies. Yet, war stories destroy trust, suppress information and prompt resource hoarding. But polarization is not inevitable. Shining a light on basic human paradoxes reveals how opposites are often better understood as two connected values in tension.

Telling stories that reveal the nature of paradox proves how connected opposites really are –paradoxes that toggle back and forth rather than cancel each other out – and shifts the frame from a battle into an opportunity to collaborate and manage paradoxes more efficiently: individual and collective, structure and freedom, universality and specificity.

Once it is clear both sides are “right,” your group can find strategies that harvest the best of both points of view and shift to a more collaborative narrative.
10:40 - 11:20
Steve Banhegyi: «Healing, Change and Storytelling»
10:40 - 11:20
Steve Banhegyi: «Healing, Change and Storytelling»
“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease”, Voltaire (1694 – 1778).

This presentation looks how we move from symptoms and sickness to healing using storytelling. When it is dark, there will be a light somewhere if you look for it.

Narrative medicine is not something you’ll easily find and if you do, information is sparse. But would it surprise you to know that the techniques employed by both Western allopathic medicine and traditional healers (such as sangoma, inyanga, shaman) make extensive use of narrative techniques? And that most practitioners are unaware that much of their work is based in storytelling?

Narrative medicine refers to an eclectic combination of art and science used to heal the mind / body complex using storytelling. No practitioner does it quite the same way and because narrative medicine skills are not formally taught, they are learned intuitively and through emulation to the extent that many healing practitioners use narrative medicine without realizing it. Narrative medicine engages skills related to listening to stories, transforming the stories and re-telling stories the narrative medicine patterns identified are similar in African traditional healers in the South Sotho and Zulu traditions, South American shaman and cuarando as well as Western-trained doctors.
11:20 - 12:00
Anna Ermyagina: the topic is being specified
11:20 - 12:00
Anna Ermyagina: the topic is being specified
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12:00 - 13:30
Panel discussion: the topic and speakers are being specified
12:00 - 13:30
Panel discussion: the topic and speakers are being specified
The description is going to be presented soon
13:30 - 17:00
Break until evening
13:30 - 17:00
Break until evening
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:10 - 17:50
Terrence Gargiulo: «Searching for Now: Illuminating the Optics of Stories as Lighthouses»
17:10 - 17:50
Terrence Gargiulo: «Searching for Now: Illuminating the Optics of Stories as Lighthouses»
The storms are ensuing. You intuit distressing calls for help from all directions. What if you have no clear radio signal to hear these SOS calls? What if you can’t communicate directly with lost heaving ships? And what if the vessels in peril are dependent upon you?

It’s time to climb the winding stairs to the watch room of your storied lighthouse. Light your lamp, begin scanning the seas, and trust in its illuminating power.

This two-part session:
- Unpacks the illuminating optics of storied lighthouses, and
- Provides case-based examples, techniques and tools
17:50 - 18:30
Susanne Evans: «The power of story to illuminate the hidden in organizations»
17:50 - 18:30
Susanne Evans: «The power of story to illuminate the hidden in organizations»
Organization change can be messy. But it doesn’t have to be.

Much of what matters takes place under the surface, and overlooking these hidden factors - as most change programs do - too often results in failure and frustration. What’s the answer? More thoughtful conversation, inquiry and more compelling storytelling, some of our most fundamental human tools, which enable leaders to understand more fully what is happening under the surface in their organization and have better communication and engagement with their teams.
18:30 - 19:10
Kat Koppett: «Eliciting Stories. How to Listen as a Storyteller»
18:30 - 19:10
Kat Koppett: «Eliciting Stories. How to Listen as a Storyteller»
Having strong conscious storytelling skills, helps us not just tell better stories, but also to support others in identifying, crafting and shifting their own narratives. Listening with a storytelling lens allows us to more deeply understand and empathize with others, and to support them in articulating and sharing their values, goals and intentions. 

In this interactive session, you will receive tools to help you organically key into others narratives in order to connect, coach and act as an ally.
19:10 - 19:50
David Drake: «Working in Narrative Moments»
19:10 - 19:50
David Drake: «Working in Narrative Moments»
In this session David will explore how to be fully present to what emerges in key moments when people are sharing their stories. Through some experiential practices, you will learn how to see so much more of what is right in front of you as people tell their stories, how to work within their narrative material, and how to liberate the potential from growth that is present in that moment. This approach is based on my experience that often the fastest way to move forward is to stand still — with CAKE (compassion, acceptance, kindness, and engagement).
19:50 - 20:30
Ekaterina Jorniak: the topic is being specified
19:50 - 20:30
Ekaterina Jorniak: the topic is being specified
The description is going to be presented soon
the 17th of May
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the third day of the conference.Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
09:00 - 10:00
Opening of the third day of the conference.Getting to know the speakers of the morning part
The description is going to be presented soon
10:00 - 10:40
Anjali Sharma: «Finding The Direction in the Dark: Unveiling the Power of Stories in an MNC's Journey»
10:00 - 10:40
Anjali Sharma: «Finding The Direction in the Dark: Unveiling the Power of Stories in an MNC's Journey»
In this talk, Anjali shares the transformative power of storytelling in navigating uncertainty and adversity. 

Drawing from the inspiring tale of a multinational corporation that harnessed the force of narrative to galvanize its workforce toward success. Through personal experiences and professional insights, Anjali shares the rationale behind her strategic decisions, offering invaluable lessons for leveraging storytelling as an unconventional yet potent tool for driving excellence. 

Stories become beacons of hope, guiding us through the darkness towards a brighter tomorrow.
10:40 - 11:20
Shawn Callahan: «From Fog to Focus: The Lighthouse Effect of a Strategy Story»
10:40 - 11:20
Shawn Callahan: «From Fog to Focus: The Lighthouse Effect of a Strategy Story»
: In a world shrouded in strategic fog, a global food company attempts to illuminate its path yet leaves 40 leaders lost in darkness. Discover how a co-created strategy story pierced through the strategic haze, transforming overwhelming data into a beacon of clarity. 

This talk reveals the power of storytelling in elucidating strategic choices, proving narratives are not just tales but lighthouses guiding us through the now.
11:20 - 12:00
Mark Schenk: «Everyday Storytelling»
11:20 - 12:00
Mark Schenk: «Everyday Storytelling»
Abstract language is a huge barrier to understanding and communication. It contributes to the oceans of misunderstanding and misinformation we face across the globe. If you believe that little things can make a difference, then everyday storytelling is for you. It’s easy to focus on the big stories for big occasions; everyday storytelling is about using tiny stories every day. If we all do it, we can help change the world.
12:00 - 13:00
Break until 13.00
12:00 - 13:00
Break until 13.00
13:00 - 16:00
Mary Alice Arthur: «Questions Light Now: A playful way to find answers to the questions that matter most»
13:00 - 16:00
Mary Alice Arthur: «Questions Light Now: A playful way to find answers to the questions that matter most»
Thirsty for answers? Consider this: What if getting to where you want to be in life is less about answers and more about the questions you ask?

Finding clarity and connection helps to strengthen us through emergent times. The fastest way to do this is to work with our stories to find a powerful question that can open new doors. Both storytelling and the art of asking questions are leadership skills you need now. 

Join Story Activist Mary Alice Arthur to explore this powerful partnership and find new wisdom. This will be a very active and participant-centered workshop, offering you the opportunity touring your question to The Flow Game. You’ll discover a playful way to work with what really matters.
16:00 - 17:00
Break until 17.00
16:00 - 17:00
Break until 17.00
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:00 - 17:10
Opening of the evening part, getting to know the speakers
17:10 - 17:50
Bruce Pereira: «From Toxic to Thriving: Using Story Exceptions to Develop Adaptive Leaders and Cultures»
17:10 - 17:50
Bruce Pereira: «From Toxic to Thriving: Using Story Exceptions to Develop Adaptive Leaders and Cultures»
Stories can be powerful in how we make sense of and create meaning in organizations, and in developing more adaptive leaders and organizational cultures. Leaders often get stuck in the ways that they make sense of themselves as a leader, and the world around them. This is further complicated by the role that organizational culture plays in creating systemic meaning.

In this session I will offer a narrative approach that I use with leaders to help them identify the stories that are keeping them stuck, and ways to reframe those by exploring exceptions to those stories. By looking for story exceptions, leaders can begin to create new and more adaptive approaches to leading, at both the personal and systemic level.
17:50 - 18:30
Madelyn Blair: «Stories, Reality, and Quantum Physics»
17:50 - 18:30
Madelyn Blair: «Stories, Reality, and Quantum Physics»
This talk will explore why stories are central to our understanding and meaning of the world we live in and how they actually help to form that same world.

This will be a multimedia event. Come prepared to watch, listen, and tell. Fear not. There will be minimal theory and practical examples.
18:30 - 19:10
Geoff Mead: «Listen to the Light: Uncovering the Hidden Gifts of Story»
18:30 - 19:10
Geoff Mead: «Listen to the Light: Uncovering the Hidden Gifts of Story»
Great stories impart their wisdom to those who listen with an open heart, an open mind, and a willingness to change in response to what they learn. How can we ‘listen to the light’ of generative stories so their hidden gifts can guide us in troubled times? 

This session will invite you into new ways of encountering and listening to stories. It will include a practical activity, so please give yourself time and space to listen without distractions and have something to write with.
19:10 - 19:50
Howard George Drakes: «ǃke e꞉ ǀxarra ǁke. "People who are different meet". Light in the dark»
19:10 - 19:50
Howard George Drakes: «ǃke e꞉ ǀxarra ǁke. "People who are different meet". Light in the dark»
Time upon a once there was a land at the bottom middle of a map. As far as those who studied could tell, this was the Cradle of Humankind. Home to us all. It was also a land that gave gifts of the concepts Apartheid (separateness) and Ubuntu (togetherness) to the world. A land where light and dark lived shoulder to shoulder.

Perhaps the grandest irony of the land was captured on the coat of arms. A motto.

ǃke e꞉ ǀxarra ǁke

A wish? A caution? Observation?

“People who are different meet”. And where people gather there is story. This invocation to together is gifted us by the ǀxam, a grouping of the San (Bushmen).

The cruellest irony is that the last of the ǀxam tongue left this land and life before the year was 1920, when diverse people came together to fight as humanity had never done before.

So come with me, into the dark, that we may different see the light.
20:00 - 21:30
Panel discussion: the topic and speakers are being specified
20:00 - 21:30
Panel discussion: the topic and speakers are being specified
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This conference will be especially useful for you if you are:
Team Leader
Team Leader
A leader is someone who makes everything clear to others. Clear what to do and why it is worth doing it this way. Clear where to go and why it is important to go in that direction. Story is the most natural tool with which a leader creates and spreads clarity.

The speakers of our conference are consultants, most of whom has been helping leaders clarify what is happening with stories for more than 15 years. In their speeches, you will definitely find something valuable to help you work with your team.
Company Founder and CEO
Company Founder and CEO
Today, many people say the phrase "planning horizon" with a grin. Nevertheless, creating a vision of the future remains the main task of those who are at the helm. And the key to creating a vision is the ability to talk about the past and the present so that the path into the future lights up in front of the team.

And this is far from the only task of a top manager that can be solved with stories - we will share many more at the conference.
HR and Internal Communications
HR and Internal Communications
If the leader creates clarity within his team, HR clarifies what is happening and illuminates the Now between different teams, helping people from different "floors" of the company see each other as allies, not freeloaders.

We will explore how stories help us see the common denominator, overcome organizational anxiety, and truly hear our people and see new ways of working together.
Consultant, team work coach, mediator
Consultant, team work coach, mediator
Helping others gain a clear vision of the present, the future, each other, the market, customers – all this is the daily work of consultants and facilitators, in which story can become a reliable support.

We will not be talking about selling more goods with stories or running ads on social networks with the help of storytelling. Instead, you will hear presentations from consultants and experts who work with teams through stories every day. They will use specific cases and examples to share how to use stories to create clarity for clients.
Psychologist and psychotherapist
Psychologist and psychotherapist
Each of us is the author of his own life. But sometimes the quill we use to write our story falls out of our hands – we feel that everything becomes dark and there is no way out. At the conference, you will see presentations by professional narrative therapists who will share how stories help highlight options for action and illuminate a safe path in complete darkness..
A person who wants to clarify the Now
A person who wants to clarify the Now
Story is a universal tool, and many of the practices gathered at this conference are applicable both at work and in personal life. We believe that everyone will find a speech to their taste and will be able to see how to use stories to illuminate the Now.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why is participation free? What's the catch?
Why is participation free? What's the catch?
There is no catch. We just believe that the more people find out that story is powerful tool for good, the more work we as story practitioners will have in the long run, even if we don't rush to sell our products to every conference guest (yes, there will be no sales either at the conference or after it).

This conference is our gift to everyone who wants to accept it. We have been giving it for five years in a row and are inspired to see how afterwards people begin to seeing stories as a useful tool, using it for good and changing the world for the better.
Some speakers are from Russia, but I don’t know Russian, what should I do?
Some speakers are from Russia, but I don’t know Russian, what should I do?
Listen anyway! We will have simultaneous translation, and you will be able to listen to either the n interpreter or the speaker, both during the broadcast and when viewing recordings.
I can't connect every day, will there be recordings?
I can't connect every day, will there be recordings?
Yes! Participate as much as you can, and three to four weeks after the end of the conference you will receive unlimited access to recordings!
How do I connect to the conference?
How do I connect to the conference?
After registration, you will receive an email with a link and instructions for connecting. If you haven't received it, check the spam or email us welcome@historia.academy.

The conference itself will be held on the MTS Link platform, you can connect to it from your computer or download the application to your phone – all instructions about this will be in the email you receive after registering.
I have another question about the conference, where should I write?
I have another question about the conference, where should I write?

If you have any questions, please contact us at welcome@historia.academy, we will be happy to help! If you have a question, a wish or a suggestion personally to the conference host, you can contact Artem via Telegram or WhatsApp.
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Let's illuminate the world
with stories together!
Looking forward to seeing you at the conference from the 15th till the 17th of May!
Join us at Stories Light Now