The Estonian Foreign Ministry’s virtual forum for Estonians across the world is now available for viewing in three languages.
The virtual forum for Estonians across the globe was held for the sixth time.
Take some time out to watch the twohour “television program” with exciting speakers and topics tai- lormade for Estonians living abroad.
The last forum, originally held on December 7, 2023, covered a very practical aspect – everything you need to know about the possibilities of Estonia’s e-state from the perspective of an Estonian living abroad.
To provide some inspiration for the summer holiday plans, the forum took participants to Southern Estonia, where Tartu holds the title of European Capital of Culture in 2024. You will see how the entire region of South Estonia is involved.
The director of the Estonian Biographical Center, Fred Puss, gives good tips on how to research your family history online.
The forum took a couple video calls to the U.S., talking to filmmakers Heilika and Ülo Pikkov, and to Karel Polt, author of “Literally Esto- nian” about their experiences.
You can meet the film director and author of the hugely successful documentary “Smoke Sauna Sisterhood” Anna Hints in the closing interview of the year.
Music was provided by Duo Ruut and the virtual forum was moderated by Silver Tambur.
The forum can be viewed via this link: