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Maryland National Guard Adjutant General Major General  Singh (right) at the Estonian display table with embassy representative and folkdancers.   Photo by Karin Shuey

On April 13, 2019, former Estonian President Toomas Ilves addressed the vulnerabilities of democracy in the digital age before a standing room only crowd at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. Mr. Ilves described in great detail how nearly all of the western democratic countries have been, in varying degrees, digitally attacked by totalitarian governments such as Russia, China, Iran, and even Venezuela.

Arne – grandfather, dad, husband, gentleman, friend, mentor, teacher, role model, businessman, man behind the scenes, American, Estonian – there are hundreds of beautiful words to describe Arne and his impact on the world.

In recognition of the Estonian Republic’s 100th anniversary, San Francisco Estonian Society invites you to join former president Toomas Hendrik Ilves and Rainer Sternfeld, for a conversation about Estonia today and the prospects for the republic.

Since 2014, in April the NGO Estonian Society of Wounded Soldiers in co-operation with the Women’s Voluntary Defense Organization carry out a charity campaign “Let us Salute!”

President Kaljulaid in New York
President Kersti Kaljulaid was on a working visit to New York on April 6-8, where she opened the Louis Kahn exhibition at the UN headquarters, spoke at a support event of the Arvo Pärt Center and met representatives of Arab countries and French-speaking African countries to discuss Estonia's candidacy for the UN Security Council.

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Heino, the caretaker of the building next door, has tried to bring blue hepatica (Hepatica nobilis, liverwort) which love the shady forest floor, to a cultural city garden. Regrettably, the result will be the same as when picking sini/lilled ("blue flowers") to put in a vase –  the beauty is not long lived, but understandably the desire to be close to sinililled is great. You need to go to the woods to meet them! And while your’re at it, take time to support a ban on logging in Estonia during the spring nesting season. (Read more at Eesti Metsa Abiks / Estonian Forest Aid).   Photo: Riina Kindlam

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Opening of the exhibition.   Photo by Eleri Ever


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