Human Rights Conference 2023 in Helsinki

When: 5-7th February 2023 in Helsinki
Price:  150 EUR, if you participate in both conferences, the promotional fee is 250 eur

A youth meeting is an international gathering that includes an international discussions, working groups, workshops, and study visits, culture program and a variety of other side events for Individuals, government and NGO officials, private sector, academics, researchers, health and teaching professionals, youth and students professionals.

Human Right Conference 2023 is organized in cooperation with Green Habito network and Human rights civil society organisation of Nordic + Baltic SDG Platform, Peace Child Estonia, and Sillamäe Society for Child Welfare; co-financed by Nordic Cultrure Point and the city of Helsinki.

The goal is to discuss Russian war in Ukraine and it impact on  rule of law as a fundamental to international peace and security and political stability by articulating Action strategies to adapt implementation plan of CSOs in support of democracy and human rights narratives in communities.

Tour in Mining Museum in Kohtla Nõmme
& Concert performance in Jõhvi Concert Hall 

When:  4h February 2023, 17:10 – 22:00
Price:  for free for delegates of Security and Civil Society conference 2022

Would you like to have a real taste of mining? All you need to do is put on your wellies, grab a warm jacket and take a lamp because where else than in the subterranean world would you hear, see and feel the same things as the men who toiled away in below ground every day. See more information here:

Registration at the Conference info and registration desk.


Tour in Narva Castle Museum
& Concert performance in Vaba Lava free stage

When:  18th December, 15.00 – 17:00
Price: for free for delegates of Security and Civil Society conference 2022

More than 700 years old, Hermann Castle in Narva has been ruled over by Danes, Germans, Swedes, and Russians through the centuries, but now finally belongs to Estonians.

It obtained its current appearance during the time of the Livonian Order from the 14th-16th centuries. Concerts and conferences take place in the castle’s magnificent vaulted knights’ meeting and banquet hall and also in the slightly smaller hall in the north wing, while the 51-meter-high Tall Hermann Tower offers views over Narva, the Kreenholm factory, and Ivangorod Fortress across the river in Russia. Narva Museum collects and showcases the history of the city and surrounding region and its architectural, cultural, and natural heritage.


Sightseeing tours/museums in Ida-Viruma and Tallinn:

If you need a ride or you want to rent a car or use quick and safe public transport you may use following options:

by Train:
by Bus:
by Taxi or Car rent:

Accommodation and restaurants  in Tallinn and in Ida-Virumaa:

For shopping and entertainment centers:

in Narva: Asti shopping centre  / Fama shopping centre

in Talilnn: Viru Kesksu shopping centre  / Solaris shopping centre

Registration at the Conference info and registration desk.

For more information about sightseeing’s and tours in the region, please visit: or

Our volunteers will provide you all necessary and interesting information regarding your stay in Estonia.