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image: Nordic-Baltic Conference on Immigration Nordic-Baltic Conference on Immigration



The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Estonia, the University of Tartu and the Estonian Contact Point for the European Migration Network in Tallinn University invite you to attend the conference

‘Immigration to the Nordic-Baltic Region: New Trends and Integration Challenges’
to be held at Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn on 31 March – 1 April 2016.

In the time of European migration crisis we need forums to have calm and knowledge-based discussions about challenges related to migration. The aim of the Nordic-Baltic Migration Conference taking place in Tallinn is to discuss and consider the experiences of neighbouring countries and discuss how to best handle challenges related to immigration and the refugee crisis in our region.

The main topic of the conference is immigration to the Nordic and Baltic countries and, more specifically - our preparedness to deal with new arrivals, including the adaption process and subsequent integration of the beneficiaries of international protection.

Experts share their experiences with handling the migration flow of people coming from increasingly varying ethnic and cultural backgrounds, starting from the documentation process and finding the new arrivals a place to live and work to assisting orphaned war refugees.

The conference will be opened by the Foreign Minister of Estonia Marina Kaljurand, by the Finnish Minister for Nordic Cooperation Anne Berner and by the Norwegian Minister for Nordic Cooperation Elisabeth Aspaker.

Registration is required for the conference and is open online until 24 March at

The number of places is limited.

A more detailed description of the event, an introduction to the speakers and practical information is available at


See you there!


For further information please contact:

Madis Kanarbik

Head of Tartu Branch Office, Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Estonia

+372 50 46 570

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