Estonishing Evenings

Estonian EU parliament candidates to debate the future of Europe at a public event

Organised by Estonishing Evenings, the Open Estonia Foundation and Estonian World, seven major Estonian candidates running for the European Parliament will debate in English the future of Europe at the Tallinn Club of Different Rooms on 6 May at 7PM; the event is open to the public. The European Parliament …

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Pre-election political debate on the future of Estonia

Powered by Estonian World and the Telliskivi Creative City, the Estonishing Evenings event series hosts an English-language political debate on 18 February; the debate is open to the public. On 3 March, Estonian citizens will go to the polls to elect the country’s next parliament. Estonian citizens living abroad can …

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WATCH: Is climate change a threat to Estonia?

The Estonishing Evenings event series, supported by Estonian World, continues in Tallinn, this time taking a closer look on what impact does climate change have on Estonia.* Organised in partnership with Estonian World and the Telliskivi Creative City, the Estonishing Evenings series runs English-speaking events that host different speakers expressing their viewpoints …

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Estonia and Finland – common values and common future?

The Estonishing Evenings series, supported by Estonian World, continues in Tallinn, this time taking a closer look at the relationship between Estonia and Finland – and the relations between the people of the two countries. The evening will start with a presentation by Kristi Raik, the director of the Estonian …

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Could Estonia become a bi-ethnic success story?

The Estonishing Evenings series continues in the Estonian capital, Tallinn – Marju Lauristin, Sergei Metlev and Artemy Troitsky will look into the topic of the past, present and the future of the Russian-speaking people in Estonia. On 22 October, the English-speaking event series, Estonishing Evenings, will have an open discussion about identities, stereotypes …

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The people have spoken: 33 ideas on how to make Tallinn great again

A recent event in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, organised by Estonishing Evenings and Estonian World, featured a discussion on how to make Tallinn so awesome that people would want to stay and never leave again – this is what the audience came up with. “A good city is like a …

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Estonishing Evenings: How to make Tallinn great again?

The Estonishing Evenings series continues in the Estonian capital, this time discussing how to make Tallinn so awesome that people would want to stay and never leave again. “A good city is like a good party – people stay longer than really necessary, because they are enjoying themselves,” Jan Gehl, a renowned …

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Estonishing Evenings: Could tolerance boost Estonia?

The Estonishing Evenings series continues in Tallinn, this time taking a closer look at tolerance and diversity in Estonia. “It’s not that gays and diversity equal high technology. But if your culture is not such that it can accept difference, and uniqueness and oddity and eccentricity, you will not get high tech …

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UPDATED: Estonishing Evenings: Is it easy to succeed as a woman in Estonia?

The Estonishing Evenings series continues in Tallinn, this time taking a closer look at the Estonian women’s chances to succeed in the country.* Organised in partnership with Estonian World and Telliskivi Creative City, the Estonishing Evenings series runs English-speaking evenings that host different speakers expressing their viewpoints and experiences on hot topics and matters …

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Estonian World cofounder receives a mission award

Silver Tambur, the cofounder and editor-in-chief of Estonian World, has been awarded by the Network of Estonian Nonprofit Organisations for his work of improving Estonia’s image abroad as well as making it a more open society internally. Tambur was named the recipient of the “2017 mission award” along with Rainer …

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