Maksim Burianov

Global Shaper, Moscow Hub, Global Shaper, World Economic Forum

Maksim Burianov - UN SDG 16 Ambassador to Russia for the period from 2020 to 2021. Maksim is an active supporter of sustainable development in all spheres of life. Member of the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum. He is an active participant in the Davos Lab project from Global Shapers.

The lead of the "Global Digital Human Rights for the 4IR" and director of the Global Law Forum. Expert of the International Telecommunication Union of the United Nations (ITU UN) Youth Council in the CIS and participant of the Generation Connection project. Also, Maksim is interned at the UN ITU (in the development of innovations and startups in Eurasia). Researcher of global processes and risks. He is the winner of international scientific competitions in the field of jurisprudence, integration processes (Eurasia, CIS), and digital technologies (GovTech, industry 4.0)

Maksim is a lawyer, an active fighter for human rights, and the author of the concept of global digital human rights. Expert in the field of digitalization of law, global education, and global law. He is a supporter of fair global governance for the transition to the sustainable development of civilization.
http://maxlaw.tilda.ws/globaldigitalhumanrights
Researcher at the Liberty of Conscience Institute, since 2017. Researcher of global processes and risks, an expert in the field of digitalization and human rights - http://maxlaw.tilda.ws/ and http://maxlaw.tilda.ws/declaration_of_global_digital_human_rights .

Maksim Burianov has about twenty scientific publications and reported at more than 50 international conferences (Moscow State University, MGIMO, HSE, RUDN University, and other universities on) scientific topics: global law, global governance, sustainable development, global digital human rights for 4IR, the risks of digitalization, approaches to solving global problems. I am the winner of the international competition "Legal culture-the basis for the harmonious development of the individual and society".
I am a leader in adapting legal systems and creating the right climate for entering the era of Globalization 4.0 and 4IR.

I am engaged in the theoretical and scientific development of global law and global governance, global digital human rights.
I am a laureate of international legal competitions "legal culture": 1. Problems of modern education in the field of training of lawyers of the new millennium. The power of law vs the right of power. State, law and legal culture in the context of globalization; 2. Actual aspects of international legal relations in the field of human rights.
Main ideas:
•For positive participation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is to create global law to shape future global governance for sustainable development and the realization of human rights. The fundamentally important point is that we should not reduce growth (not zero growth) but create the conditions for bridging the gap between global processes and move in step with the goals of sustainable development.
• Human rights are the central concept of the modern understanding of the law, emerging global law and knowledge economy in order to maximize the use of human capital to respond to global problems. Human rights and their maximum realization should become the purpose of modern law and should be deduced from the essence of man and due to his emergent characteristics.
•A person must become the protagonist of global processes. The fourth industrial revolution is gaining momentum: blockchain technology, the Internet of things, bio-engineering, neurotechnology, and AI is already significantly affecting modern life, changing the mind about what it means to be human. To do this, it is necessary to create Human Rights 4.0 - Global Digital Human Rights for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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