Please note that back-to-back meetings are only envisaged outside the official programme of the Annual Forum. We kindly ask you to respect this.

We recommend the conference facilities below for back-to-back meetings. Please contact one of the following venue providers directly for booking requests for meeting rooms.

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Estonian Center of Architecture

The adjoining Seminar Hall (50m²) seats up to 25 people in theatre style, behind a meeting table up to 24. Room includes data projector and screen, upon request also a DVD/Blu-Ray player and remote controller for presentations and flipchart.

Location Tallinn, Põhja pst 27a @ Creative Hub

Contact Mr Rait Talvik This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Energy Discovery Centre

The Science Classroom (158 m²) is an excellent room for practical meetings such as training events, group work or meetings. The spacious room can be divided in two with light partition walls. Power outlets are available for each table.

Seminar Room (157 m2) with its solid wood furniture is suitable for seminars, press conferences, meetings, team building and other events. The Seminar Room is located on the top floor of the centre and offers views of the harbour and the Old Town. Guests may also use the renovated, but original 1930s lift.

Location Tallinn, Põhja pst 29

Contact Ms Signe Kiis This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Back2Back Meetings

Mechanisms for Gender Sensitive Business Acceleration - From Politics to Practice  

Date, Time

Monday, 4 June, 11.10.-12.10 @ conference room Lõhmus/Pärn in Ministry of Social Affairs (1 Suur-Ameerika tn) 

Speakers

Welcoming address

Ma Britt – Marie S Torstensson, President Winnet Sweden

Panellists

Dr Ewa Rumińska-Zimnywa, Internationel Women’s forum at Warsaw School of Economic’s, Poland

Winnet Center of Excellence (r) in EUBSR network, to be confirmed

Professor Ewa Gunnarsson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Ms Sirje Välmann, NGO ETNA, Estonia

Ms Lina Andersson, Coompanion Gävleborg, Sweden

Description

The seminar main target groups are political, public authorities,  civil society organisations,  private and incubators in the field of Business Acceleration.  The seminar will focusing on how science, experiences and methods from the project can be practice in governance, policy, making, systems and cultural barriers to close the gender gap within business and Innovation Start-ups in the EUBSR region.  Sharing knowledge on the GENOVATE Tool-kit, on promotion of gender in Innovation and entrepreneurship – Boosting Gender Equality.

The organiser is Winnet Sweden, with the partners in Innovation Gender for Growth, seed finance project, with financial support of the Swedish Institute. The partners is Coompanion Gävleborg, Sweden, International Women`s Forum at Warsawa school of Economics, Poland, Winnet Center of Excellence ® in EUBSR, at Stettin University, in Poland, NGO ETNA, Estonia. www.balticsearegion.org

Contact

Ms Britt- Marie S Torstensson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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EUTROPHICATION BEYOND 2020: REWRITING THE OLD FAIRY TALE – NEW PATHWAYS TO A HAPPY ENDING 

Date, Time

Monday, 4 June, 13.10.-18.10 @ Tallink SPA & Conference Centre (Sadama 11a) 

Description and key notes:

Kristina Veidemane, BEF Latvia, will present the value chain of agriculture to pin-point the key drivers for eutrophication,

Hannah Sophia Weber, BEF Germany, will present the ResponSEAble key findings on the story of eutrophication currently told around the Baltic Sea and pose our hypothesis how to tell the story differently.

We will get an input from HELCOM on the new policy development with regard to agriculture, and some inputs on the attempt to award the farmer of the year, several NGO campaigns.

The main goal is an inter-active workshop to discuss new messages that in our opinion need to be broadcasted in all channels to make people, stakeholders more aware about impact of globalisation and large scale farming on eutrophication and to empower actors along the value chain to change agricultural policy.

The organiser is Baltic Environmental Forum Germany with support from Horizon2020 program project ResponSEAble. The partners are Baltic Enviromental Forum Latvia and Estonia.

Contact

Ms Heidrun Fammler, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.