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  • Heavenly Hundred 

    A fresh and must-see documentary about the brave Heavenly Hundred - the Ukranians who lost their lives defenging the freedom of their country on EuroMaidan. 

  • On March 16, a support concert entitled “For Ukraine” was be held at Tallinn Freedom Square. With this event, Estonian and Ukrainian musicians, students, and non-governmental organisations expressed their support to a free and dignified Ukrainian nation. The whole concert can be watched HERE.

  • New Pact for Europe

    New Pact for Europe

    The euro crisis has prompted one of the most intense debates about the viability of the European project in its history. What kind of Europe do we need? Let's talk about it!

     

     

  • This woman is brave and her message is clear. Support democracy, transparency and human rights in Ukraine. Meet some ordinary Maidaners  HERE.

  • From Crisis to Hope

    "I believe in finding European solutions for the problems of Europe; national solutions make matters worse." See what George Soros and his colleagues propose to recapture the dream for Europe.

  • Sochi 2014

    The Russian government has invested billions in sports venues and infrastructure but the run-up to the Olympic Games has been marred by abuses against residents, migrant workers and LGBT groups. See HRW's video.

  • Russian Voices 11.12.13

    Watch the Russian journalist, music critic and "cultural dissident" Artemy Troitsky and human rights activist Konstantin Baranov discuss current developments in Russian politics and society.

  • American Promise

    The new documentary spans 13 years as middle-class African-American parents in Brooklyn, N.Y., turn their camera on their son, Idris, and his best friend, Seun, who make their way through one of the most prestigious private schools in the country.

  • Open Society Forum

    At this year's forum we asked experts and editors-in-chief what should be done to restrict the spread of hate speech.

    Read more, watch the video and take a look at our photo gallery.

  • The Power of Rights

    No human rights - no open society. But what do human rights really mean? Listen to what Amartya Sen, Bono, Mall Hellam and many others have to say, and join the conversation!

     

     

  • Solidarity Now!

    The unemployed, homeless, pensioners, children... Those hardest hit by the economic crisis are not to blame. 

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Estonian NGOs support free Ukraine

18.03.2014

In the support concert held on March 16, Mall Hellam, Executive Director of the Open Estonia Foundation held a speech on Tallinn Freedom Square, demanding freedom and democracy for Ukraine,...

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Soros on Ukraine

04.03.2014

"Sustaining Ukraine's breakthrough: EU expertise and markets are essential. The EBRD should get involved like it did in central Europe, while endemic corruption and weak rule of law must be...


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