Drugs and Crime Conference
On March 7 and 8, drug-related criminal policy conference at Tallinn University: “Drugs, crime and punishment – where to draw the line?”
The aim of the conference is to increase the participants’ awareness of the developments and choices in modern drug and penal policy, drug addiction and efficient treatment of drug users in the penal system.
Well-known and acknowledged experts from Estonia and abroad will be speaking at the conference, including scientists, policy-shapers and professionals of the field of activity.
The main target group of the conference is employees of the law enforcement authorities involved in issues related to illegal drug use (the police, prosecuting authority, court, prison, probation supervision), as well as practitioners from the field of healthcare and social care, politicians, researchers and representatives of civil society. Participants from other countries are welcome.
Participation in the conference is free of charge. Please note that places are limited. Registration has now ended.
Simultaneous interpretation from English and Estonian to English, Estonian and Russian languages will be provided at the conference.
The first day of the conference will be focused on drug policy from the wider perspective; on the second day, the focus will be on the treatment of drug users in the law enforcement system.
The conference will be streamed online.
The conference is organised by Estonian Ministry of Justice and financed through the Estonian-Swiss cooperation program (project „Treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicted offenders“).
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15th International Real Estate Conference 2016
15th International Real Estate Conference REAL ESTATE 2016
November 10, 2016 Estonian Art Museum, Tallinn
Is There a BOOM Approaching?
You are invited to partake in the 15th international real estate conference, titled “Real Estate 2016”, on November 10, 2016, organised by the Estonian Association of Real Estate Management and Maintenance (EKHHL), the Estonian Association of Appraisers (EKHÜ), the Association of Real Estate Companies of Estonia (EKFL) and the Estonian Chamber of Realtors (EKMK).
International conference “Real Estate 2014”
Annual international conference “Real Estate 2014. Updates from the real estate market – UNADORNED” offered an exciting and intensive programme, analysing the latest developments in the economy as well as in commercial and business real estate market. An important part of the programme was governmental real estate strategy which focused on finding answers to the question: what type of real estate does the country need? Other major topics of interest were construction and investments.
The conference had 28 speakers, all highly recognized in their field. The opening words came from minister of economics and communications Urve Palo and keynote speakers were Colliers Managing Director of Retail Agency in Eastern Europe Sean Briggs, SEB Bank economics analyst Ruta Arumäe and KPMG Baltics head of payment services Joel Zernask.
Real estate associations also announced the winner of the 12th “Real Estate Guru” award – an award aimed at recognizing persons or organizations who have positively influenced the development of Estonian real estate market. This year’s winner was EfTEN Capital AS for their contribution to Estonian business real estate sector.
IX Annual Risk Management Conference 2014
The main focus of the 9th annual risk management conference “Risk Management at Crossroads” were security risks. Speakers included entrepreneurs, security experts, directors of government institutions and internationally and nationally recognised top specialists.
One of the main topics of discussion were the risks and opportunities for countries, companies and individuals, brought about by the politically and economically changing Europe. In addition to security issues and thorough analysis of developments in Russia and Europe, the conference also featured discussions on risks in managing government-owned corporations and tax collection, cyber risks as well as communication risks. The day finished with a discussion panel where Estonian CEO’s evaluated the greatest risks currently for Estonia and Europe.
Speakers included directors, CEO’s and top experts from the following organizations: National Audit Office of Estonia, Estonian Tax and Customs Board, Swedbank, Oliver Wyman, KPMG Finland, Edelman, ACE Logistics Group, Alexela Energy, Baltika Group, Marsh Estonia and various independent experts.