I. Situation in Russia
1.1 State of affairs in the Russian society, lack of internal stability and situation in small business as a result of inaction of Russian laws and Constitution.
1.2 Historical role of private ownership in Russia and Russian specificity. Benefits of property restitution for today's entrepreneurship in Russia.
1.3 Russian phenomenon of "property redistribution" (1917-2002). Parallel standards and dual laws in Russia.
1.4 1917-2002 legislation permitting existing illegitimate treatment of private property.
1.5 Succession to the millennium-old historic Russia as a way to the revival of the Russian citizen and his dignity, self-esteem of a "good owner" and his rights to family property and its management, restoration of centuries-old Russian charitable traditions and creation of an intelligent and progressive social sphere.
1.6 Discussions on presented topics.
II. International experience.
2.1 Succession policies and property restitution based on the ownership rights of its valid owners in Eastern Europe and the Baltic states.
2.2 Inadmissibility of the concept propagating life from the "ground up", as demonstrated by the examples of France and contemporary Russia - problems of today's business.
2.3 Comparative analysis and economic results of the countries which have accomplished property restitution based on the rights of its valid owners; successes and failures, benefits and disadvantages; recommendations on the use of positive experience in other countries, considering specific conditions in Russia.
2.4 Relations of Russia with other countries from the perspective of Russian debt obligations. Use of pre-revolutionary attributes and traditions as a de-facto recognition of the relevancy and necessity to address the problems related to succession and recognition of the rights of valid owners in Russia.
2.5 Discussions on presented topics.
III. Mechanisms for utilization of positive experience in Russia.
3.1 Russian and international laws from the perspective of human rights, including the rights of valid owners.
3.2 Viability or the Law; legal aspects of property restitution in Russia, influence of the availability or non-availability of ownership rights on stability in the society.
3.3 Necessity for legal implementation of property restitution in Russia, considering specific characteristics of the existing society.
3.4 Search for property restitution mechanisms in the light of inadmissibility of a revolutionary situation in the society. Public authenticity of records securing ownership rights and prospects for their introduction in Russia.
3.5 Discussions on presented topics.
4.1 Drafting of the conference resolution based on the results of discussions.
4.2 Discussion of the resolution, making amendments and working out of its final version.
4.3 Discussion of an efficient method of communicating the conference results to the public in Russia and in other countries.
4.4 Concluding speech. Closing of the conference.