|Date:||5. March 2018|
|Location:||Ginger Cafe, Toompuiestee, Tallinn, Estonia (view on map)|
Publishing bi-annual reports on the situation on human rights in Estonia is one of the most important activities of EHRC. In the reports, experts provide an overview and analyse developments in human rights field in Estonia. They are compiled and published independently of the state. The reports also include recommendations on how to improve the human rights situation in Estonia.
The most important issues highlighted in the report will be introduced and discussed by experts on Monday, March 5th at Ginger Cafe (Toompuiestee 29, Tallinn).
The report will be available in English from March 1st at www.humanrights.ee/en. The translation of the report was financed by the Embassy of Sweden in Estonia.
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