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Status Report Estonia IIeP Steering Group Meeting 23.03.2011 Katri Tammsaar Tallinn University, Institute of Informatics.

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1 Status Report Estonia IIeP Steering Group Meeting Katri Tammsaar Tallinn University, Institute of Informatics

2 WP3: Inclusion from top down States point of view for inclusion Inclusion activities and engaged partners Barriers/difficulties WP2: Participating from bottom-up Concerns of minority group members Their approach to dealing with these Authorities and Minorities Inclusion and Participation

3 Interviews with inclusion coordinators continued (8 interviews done). Initial summaries. A research on inclusion in the state ministries, conducted by an independent research institute Praxis (Dec 2010) Results are being processed. WP3: Authorities

4 1. communication with media and public 2. leadership, coaching and information spreading to colleagues 3. action plan follow-up 4. publishing drafts and info 5. arranging public hearings 6. initiating inter-institutional activites 7. developing in-house guidelines 8. observing general developments, strategic planning 9. keeping a contact database of partners Keywords: informing, consulting, feedback and evaluation, natural process, collaboration networks Various roles of inclusion coordinators:

5 Inclusion is seen as: 1. a part of the public relations management 2. activity to produce more widely accepted legislation 3. way to achieve additional information for legislation development 4. receiving feedback for work done 5. natural and organic part of legislative process 6. inevitable means for reaching goals through engaging more people Keywords: natural process, inevitable, collaboration, wider awareness

6 Inclusion is seen as: 1. a part of the public relations management 2. activity to produce more widely accepted legislation 3. way to achieve additional information for legislation development 4. receiving feedback for work done 5. natural and organic part of legislative process 6. inevitable means for reaching goals through engaging more people Keywords: natural process, inevitable, collaboration, wider awareness

7 Greater inclusion needed for: Issues concerning most of the residents. Very specific areas of activities, where expert opinions are needed. Management of competing needs. Spreading information among the members of wider society.

8 Persons expected: 1)Enthusiasts in the area of culture, politics, environment. 2)Experts on their own specific fields of interest. 3)Active local leaders in their unique society/community, or inter-community activists. With the following skills: Open-mindedness and common good in mind Awareness of the local administrative and legal situation Team-work and interpersonal skills Good language and computer skills

9 ICT usage in inclusion processes Information for work groups: ing, mail lists Information for wider public on ministry's web-site: Legal drafts, work-plans, meeting minutes blogs, forums News and press releases Facebook pages State level access: Legislative drafts for commenting

10 1.Questionnaire done 2.Meetings with 2 groups (InterNations and Chienese community during this week) 1.Issues of concern, former participation 2.Difficulties experienced 3.ICT and CCT usage overview Meetings with other 2 groups to be planned WP2: Activites with Minorities

11 Regular Internet users Concerning issues: – health care system, – language courses availability vs language reguirements – Visiting rights for family members – Job seeking and unemployment issues – Russian-Estonian culture-mix Initial summary with InterNations group

12 Persona development Summary of WP3 findings for authority manual Focus on CCT tools to be tested with groups WP4 and cooperation with partners

13 Thank you


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