Want to know what the future of civil society holds?
The Good Citizen Club, a meeting place for everyone interested in creating a better society, will organise a discussion entitled
“Civil Society: Growing from Reactive to Proactive”.

Come join us on February 28th, 17:30-19:00 at the Architecture Centre (Põhja puiestee 27a, Tallinn). Registration here.


The Estonian Dream. Mikael Raihhelgauz, student and grandson of immigrants, offers his reflections on the kind of Estonia he would like to live in.

Future of Estonia – a debate with election candidates. Today, Estonishing Evenings hosts a debate on the Estonian political landscape. Yes, today! 19:00 at Erinevate Tubade Klubi (Telliskivi 60A1).

How will we last? On the windows of the waiting hall of the Tallinn Balti jaam train station until February 24, photo exhibition #kuidasmekestame will examine, how Estonia will last for the next 100 years. Renowned photographer Birgit Püve has captured Estonian people and places to illustrate depopulation, ageing, and the changed labour market and its needs.

According to the newly released 2018 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, Estonia is one of the least corrupt countries in the world, having been ranked 18th among 180 countries.

International symposium "Women from Worldover” takes place on March 14-16 at Hilton Tallinn Park to promote and strengthen women's influence in business, government, and in society as a whole.

In 2018, Estonia led the largest civic initiative in history with World Cleanup Day. On September 21st this year the global undertaking will take on an even larger scale. Read more about the plans.

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