4th of May 2022 from 14.00 – 18.00 pm by international partners and Peace Child Estonia

Public youth debates tournament

Media Literacy training

Entrepreneurship training

Mental Health and support training

Youth Discussions (organised by Peace Child Estonia)

6th of May 2022 from 10.00 am – 13.00 pm by International Partners / organisations & experts

Workshop 1 – “Deep migration solution” (by Rashid Iddrisu (Spain) and Mette Brogden (USA)

The workshop will be about deep migration solutions will engage European participants in how to integrate migrants and refugees in Europe as well as how to integrate with African countries of migrant origin in addressing push/pull issues.

Workshop 2 – Public speaking” (by Vassili Golikov (Estonia) and Nikolay Tsvjatkov (Moldova)

Workshop goal is teach you how to organize your thoughts, stick to your main idea, and get your point across clearly. These same skills are also useful for one-on-one communication with colleagues as well as communicating with a team. Workshop will provide an Introduction to speech communication which emphasizes the practical skill of public speaking, including techniques to lessen speaker anxiety, and the use of visual aids to enhance speaker presentations.

Workshop 3Non violent communication (by Anja Hermes, Germany)

NVC (Non violent communication) is not only a special method of communication, but also an inner attitude that strengthens human relationships in a wide variety of life situations. In addition to respectful cooperation, it promotes clarity and unambiguity in communication and thus supports mutual understanding. With their help we can improve the quality of our relationships and establish contact with other people based on mutual trust. In this way, Nonviolent Communication contributes significantly to our happiness, well-being and peace. More about it:

Workshop 4 – “Graffiti with Graff._Luke(by Kim Mike Naujoks & Jan Martin Seimer, Germany)

Come along and watch the spectacle live or try it out and be inspired. The topic is from Agenda 2030, SDG 15, “Life on and under water”. More about it rad at and

Workshop 5 – “Intercultural training” (by Adel AlBaghdadi, Neatherlands)

This workshop is how to work in a diverse place/with a diverse group of people, and be inclusive and how can you work towards that no one has been left behind? In this interactive workshop, we will go together on an inner journey and discuss with each other the out comes.

Workshop 6 – “All is perception…” (By Rudi Raes, Belgium)

As we are multilingual, we will lead this encounter with a spirit of non verbal dialogue. In the midst of the meeting room we put a picture referring to inclusion. Participants will be asked to paint or to represent on a symbolic way what they see and what inclusion for them means through what they represented.

Workshop 7 – “Basics of Cross-Cultural coaching” (by Mercedes Valladares, Spain)

This workshop will be about cross cultural coaching methodology, that is very effective in different environments with diverse people from all cultures: gender, race, nationality, cultural background, religion, thinking and learning styles, personality types, communication patterns, meaning of life, time management and people’s sense of power and responsibility.

Workshop 8 – “Creative way with GAO” (by Jorge Alcaide and the team of GAO, Sweden)

Meet the members of GAO who brings rhythms and melodies from the world and together create this unique orchestra. In this workshop you can learn some of our tunes and take part of the methodology of our creative processes.

Workshop 9 – “The concept of Human Rights” (by Ljubov Lissina and Xavier Baró, Spain)

The workshop will consist of two main parts: the first one – an exercise, representing the human rights education methodology, where through the facilitated discussion participants will be expressing their opinions and positions about Human Rights in general and controversial statements related to them. After the discussion follows the debriefing, that includes reflection on the process of exercise and clarification on the statements discussed; as a conclusion part – the interactive presentation about the concept of Human Rights: what are them, what are their main characteristics and values, what is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights + Q&A.

Workshop 10 – “Hatha Yoga by Swami Sivananda” (by Anja Hermes, Germany)

The aim is to create and maintain physical and thus intellectual and mental mobility. The exercises (asanas) have a direct effect on body and mind and make you calmer, more balanced and happier. More about it read at

Workshop 11 – “Me, music, and ecology – finding personal links towards deep understanding of nature” (by Oksana Scaldina, Finland)

The workshop will be held as an integrative framework including elements of ecology, music-therapy, and psychology. During the workshop, it is planned to introduce the concept on how different music styles (such as classical, alternative, pop, rock, pop-rock, jazz, and the others) possess the power to change our attitude towards nature and percept different ecological problems. Participants, will learn the methods of self-balancing through music and will increase their knowledge on the interconnections between music and ecology.

Workshop 12 – “Theatre improvisation games” (by Egle Spokaite, Lithuania)

Homo sapiens is one of the most social creatures in the world. The best version of each of us appears only amongst others. Most amazing moments of interaction happens when we truly see and hear each other, respond and act with empathy, when we have the capacity to notice the slightest changes in our partners and the surrounding background. „Theatrer games“ is a short workshop, where, by using theatre improvisation games, we are going to learn how to create in a group, rather than your head, how to maintain the reaction and respond to each other, what it is to actually see and hear other human being. Together we‘ll try to find the answer about where does that magical effect of public influence lies.

Workshop 13 – “Academic Simulations: Learning how the world works” (by Michael Kavuklis, Greece)

Academic Simulations of International Organizations, aka Model United Nations, Model European Union, Model NATO, or similar is an educational simulation in which participants learn about diplomacy and international relations. At such a conference, participants work as the representative of a country or an organization and must solve a problem with other delegates. Academic simulations teach participants skills like research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership, while working in an intercultural environment, and offer a better understanding of how diplomacy and the international system works.

Workshop 14 – “Building bridges” (by Susanne Kallavara and Maria Person, Sweden)

Our workshop consists of different games for all ages that can promote understanding of and build bridges between cultures, social classes and genders while practising your English. In order to create an inclusive society we need to listen in to other perspectives than our own.

Workshop 15 – “Best Practices in Educational Diplomacy for Intercultural Dialogue” (by Anastasia Psallida, Greece)

Presentation of best practices for the promotion of Intercultural Dialogue to Youth for Peace through specific initiatives of Educational Diplomacy by Unesco Chair for Intercultural Policy at UoM for implementing and knowing intercultural dialogue and by programmes of Hellenic Cultural and Educational Club for Unesco for Cultural Heritage and Olympic Values.

(some more workshops could be added)


6th of May 2022 from 14.00 – 17.00 pm by Estonian Civil Society and experts

The city of Tallinn is famous for its fairy-tale old town part. It is literally shrouded in old legends and myths. During the workshop, you will get to know the city better, as well as learn about the influence other European countries have had on Estonia. You can visit the Estonian History Museum.

Let’s Do It World NGO is a non-governmental organisation that coordinates and supports the global movement, inspiring and empowering leaders to raise awareness and move countries towards sustainable solutions. Let’s Do It World connects and empowers people and organisations to drive positive change for smarter choices in design, production, consumption, and resource management.

  • “Estonian Traditional Food” Workshop
    Meeting point: Mustamäe Youth Centre (Address: Ehitajate tee 82, Tallinn)
    Hosts: Veronika Špiljova

One of the best ways to understand the culture of the country is to prepare food and eat together with locals. Not only this, you will also be able to visit local youth centre and get to know about youth work in Estonia and meet youngsters.

NGO Mondo is an Estonian civil society organization established in 2007. The organization works in three different fields: development cooperation, humanitarian aid and global citizenship education, with the main activities focused on improving health, education, and livelihood for the most vulnerable communities in the world. With this workshop we will mainly focus on global citizens education.

  • Creative Workshop – GAO & G. Otsa Music School workshop “Sing and Dance”
    Meeting point: Tallink Conference & Spa Hotell, V Floore
    Hosts: Siima Aimla & Jorge Alcaide

Do you hear it already? It’s the beautiful sound that you are producing while taking part in this workshop. We will introduce you to Estonian and African music and dances. In beautiful combination of both you will be able to make a music and to dance, but most important: to get know both cultures.

  • Graffiti Workshop – by Brakula (Germany)
    Meeting point: Linnahall sters (Tallinn Concert Hall)
    Hosts: Jan Martin Seimer and Kim Mike Naujoks

Not all of us share the same language, but the language of art is different: you don’t need any words to be understood. The graffiti is a best possible example of visual communication that allows you to express feeling, thoughts, and emotions. Join this workshop and try to communicate without a sound.

  • Workshop with people with special needs (EPIKOda & Eriline Maailm)
    Meeting point: Tallink Spa&Conference Hotel Lobby
    Hosts: Julia Stolberova

The aim of the Estonian Chamber of Disabled People (EPIK) is to improve the livelihood, the quality of life and the social inclusion of disabled people.