Under High Patronage of H.R.H. Princess Léa of Belgium

If there is anything certain about our future, it’s that technological progress will rapidly be creating change of a dimension mankind never before experienced. This will provide tremendous opportunities for global prosperity and world peace – but also huge risks! Some experts speculate that, in less than 20 years, we will have a “singularity”, meaning that computers and the human brain may have the same capacity. This fosters many fears, exceeding today’s fears, about Artificial Intelligence (AI) that most jobs will soon be gone. However, others are saying that AI is only based on algorithms without a conscious mind. Machines follow mere logic, not knowing what – or why – they are doing something and – of course – without questioning the ethics of what they are doing. They conclude that man will always be on the driver’s seat. Unfortunately, this does not reduce related fears in our societies. All innovations can be used either for good or bad. That’s nothing new to learn – other than that, in the past, the outcome often was random.

These innovation cycles can’t be stopped or reverted! However, if we want our future to be good, we need to tackle the fear. This can only happen through information that is available to be accessed by and debated within the wider public. Understanding takes away fears and leads towards action – in a positive sense!

That’s where the Living Tomorrow's Art platform comes in by creating sustainable partnerships to inform and to discuss innovation across borders and stakeholders and launch initiative.


The exhibition is devoted to the future of Art and Humanity and one of the main ideas is the humanitarian aspects of the Art uniting different countries from around the world.

Artists: Sarah Fabergé, Koen Vanmechelen, Frederik De Wilde, Gary James McQueen, Fred Eerdekens, Peter De Cupere, Panamarenko, Nick Ervinck, Sergey Dozhd, Ulrike Bolenz, Liudmila Norsoyanand, Louisa Burnett-Hall, Kaixuan Feng, Michael Lewis - Anderson and Concetta Spitaleri.
Curator: Barbara Dietrich.

We are honoured to invite you to the open cultural dialogue ‘Summer Peace Summit. Vision for Future’ taking place in Brussels on 28 June 2019. This is the meeting of women leaders from all over the world, which is intended to develop and continue the ideas voiced at the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum.





Opening summit

12.15 - 14.00


On Charity and Project Peace Chocolate
Princess Léa of Belgium (Belgium),
Her Royal Highness, Princess of Belgium

Role of Culture and Art in Preservation of Peace on Earth
Barbara Dietrich (Belgium),
Editor-in-Chief of the Diplomatic World Magazine,
Supervisor of the Living Tomorrow Art Space

Prospects of Solution of Gender Issue for Sustainable Development
Gülden Türktan (Turkey),
Founder and the First Chair of W20 – Women 20 of G20, 2015

Role of Women in Harmonious Development of the World
Anastasia Ptukha (Russia),
Ph.D., rector of the Academy of the All-Union Society of Inventors and Rationalisers

Soft Power of Women Leaders: Influence Tools
Carol Kinsey Goman (the USA),
Ph.D., author of ‘Body Language for Leaders’, LinkedIn Learning's video course (over 2 million views)

Resource Exchange for Sustainable Development
Cornelia von Wülfing (Germany),
Paramount-Queen of SASADU Traditional Areas, Ghana, Volta Region

Peace Museum as Part of Culture of Peace
Pick Keobandith (Laos and France),
Founder and International Director of Inspiring Culture

Cultural Heritage and Patrimony. Restoration, Preservation, and Sharing
Nupur Tron (India),
Founder and Director General of Foundation Frison Horta

Children Are Our Future
Vanda Gagiano (Republic of South Africa),
Honorary President of Free State Women Agricultural Union in South Africa

Role of Media and Education in Preserving Peace and Harmonious Development
Marina Volynkina (Russia),
Ph.D., head of the Eurasian Women’s Community web-portal

14.00 - 15.00


15.00 - 17.30


Topics for discussion:

1. ‘Education in Preservation of Peace’

On the necessity of searching and increasing the scale of bringing up and education practices aimed at peaceful dialogue, cooperation, creativity, and development.

2. ‘Social Responsibility of Media’

On the role of positive, motivating, and objective information in preserving peace and harmonious development.

3. ‘Power of Horizontal Communication’

On the significance of communication of not only heads of states
and governments but also development of communication at all level for preservation of peace and strengthening of understanding between countries and nations.

4. ‘Formation of the Image of a Modern Woman’

On the importance of creation of a harmonious image destroying old-fashioned stereotypes. On the equal access to mathematical, engineering, financial, and other fields of knowledge, the role of women in science and advance industries, etc.

5. ‘Finance as a Resource for Building a Balanced Society’

On increasing the role of social markers of success of states, business, organisations, and institutions.

17.30 - 18.00



Opening of the exhibition of contemporary art with participation of famous artists from different countries

Possibility to follow the Art Inspiration Tour @ Living Tomorrow