Programme 2018


9:00–9:30 registration and welcome coffee

09:30-11:00 Session I “Warm-up before turning up the heat: Shall we endure or be snuffed out?”
“Before beating yourself with a sauna whisk, it should be kept in hot water and then heated on the stove to soften the leaves.”

  • Greeting from the President of the Estonian Employers’ Confederation, Tiit Kuuli
  • Rein Taagepera, political scientist, A Cloud Above Estonia
  • Tiit Tammaru, Editor-in-Chief for the Estonian Human Development Report Estonia in the Migration Era

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:00 Session II “Throw the water!”

‘The water is thrown with a bucket, and it is said: ‘May the wolf eat you.’ This refers to the hobgoblin that is warming himself on the hot stones – he is the one that is doused with the cold water.’

  • Tarmo Soomere, President of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
  • Ave Lauren, coordinator of the Estonian contact point for the European migration network
  • Raul Eamets, Economist
  • Kristjan Lepik, Head of Partnerships at Teleport

13:00-14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:45 Session III Let’s beat ourselves! Bitter out, sweet in!

‘Tradition says that the process of beating yourself with a sauna whisk should begin with the feet, or even under the feet – this is best for the health. Only after the feet have been beaten, can you continue with the rest of the body.

  • Martin Noorkõiv, CEO of the Foundation for Science and Liberal Arts Domus Dorpatensis
  • Katja Danilova, Communications Leader of the Opinion Festival (Arvamusfestival)

Panel discussion: 

  • Viktoria Ladõnskaja, Pro Patria and Res Publica Union
  • Siret Kotka-Repinski, Estonian Centre Party
  • Helmen Kütt, Estonian Social Democratic Party 
  • Yoko Alender, Estonian Reform Party

Toomas Tamsar, Chairman of the Estonian Employers’ Confederation: Recap of the day


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