The Next Hundred Years
The 12th Lennart Meri Conference focused on our future through the prism of the past. What matters is that we learn from the past. And that we apply these lessons both to cope with an ever changing present and to shape the best future. When facts, the rule of law and rational politics replace emotion, outcomes can be built upon consensus, rather than the desires of those with the loudest voices.
The Lennart Meri Conference offers annually 20 sessions altogether: 8 plenary sessions and 12 breakout sessions, which are conducted under the Chatham House Rule. An optional day-trip to Tartu was organised for participants in connection with Estonia’s 100th birthday and the first session was held at Tartu University on the 31st of May. This gave the opportunity to ca 50 high-level participants to get acquainted with Estonia’s cradle of history, culture and education and to have fruitful discussions with each-other.Read more