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08.05.2014|Ministry of Culture

Victims of WWII commemorated at Maarjamäe

Today saw the marking of the end of World War II in Europe, and the commemoration of all those who fell or were killed in that war, in the memorial square at Maarjamäe. As a representative of the Government, Minister of Culture Urve Tiidus laid wreaths at the monuments of all those who fell in...
20.03.2012|Ministry of Culture

Integration Monitoring 2011: Estrangement Among the Russian-speaking Population has Begun to Decrease

The results of the monitoring of integration in the Estonian society in 2011, requested by the Ministry of Culture and carried out by Praxis Center for Policy Studies, TNS Emor and researchers of the University of Tartu, was presented today at the conference room of the Estonian Parliament....
10.06.2011|Ministry of Culture

A broad-based monitoring to be conducted for evaluating the current situation in integration

Joint press release by the Ministry of Culture and PRAXIS Center for Policy StudiesA broad-based discussion on the focus of a new integration monitoring took place today in the Ministry of Culture. The forthcoming monitoring will summarize the key indicators reflecting Estonia’s actual state of...
14.04.2010|Ministry of Culture

A Conference Introducing the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals took place in Estonia

On Friday, April 9, 2010 a conference „European Union supports – media, language learning, collaboration“ organised by the Ministry of Culture and the Integration and Migration Foundation Our People (MISA) took place in Tallinn (http://www.meis.ee/EIFkonverents2010). The conference was opened by...
21.12.2004|Ministry of Culture

Estonian Ministry of Culture

The principles of state cultural policy are worked out in co-operation with the Ministry of Culture, cultural institutions, experts, the third sector and local and county government representatives. The Action Plan of Cultural Policy for 2003-2006 was approved by the Estonian Government in 2003. In...
16.11.2004|Ministry of Culture

Art Year 2005 concentrates on young people

The Art Year Celebration Committee, formed by the Minister of Culture Urmas Paet, took a decision in their first meeting that in the frames of the Art Year up to 16 years old people will have a free entrance to the Art Museum. Other Art Year events will be planned within a month.The Minister of...
02.05.2002|Ministry of Culture

Report to the Culture Committee of the European Parliament, March 2002

ESTONIAN THEATRE SYSTEMIn the year 2001 there were approximately 30 larger and smaller theatre companies in Estonia. Theatres are in general divided into state theatres, municipal theatres and private theatres.In 2001 there were 18 Estonian theatres and theatre companies that received support from...
30.04.2002|Ministry of Culture

Action plan of the Government implementing Cultural Policy in the near future

Action plan of the Government implementing Cultural Policy in the near future for Estonian theatre, cinema, music, fine arts and architecture, literature and publishing, libraries, museums and national heritage, folk culture, international relations in the field of culture and training of the...
29.04.2002|Ministry of Culture

The fundamentals of the Estonian Cultural Policy

The Estonian national cultural policy follows the obligation stemming from our Constitution to maintain the Estonian nation and its culture, thus its main objective is to preserve our cultural traditions. Next to the Estonian traditions, our cultural policy is aimed at supporting the cultural...

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