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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    worthwile recreation 6 Business and Employment 7 Estonia s image 8 Joint action and cooperation 9 Self confidence trust and positivism 10 Values and culture 11 Education and lifelong learning 12 Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Council The supervisory board advises the My Estonia team and keeps an eye on the project as a whole The board has 18 members all of whom are leading thinkers and influential figures from different walks of life Ahti Heinla Founder of Skype creator of Let s Do It 2008 map application Ain Järv Vaata Maailma SA director Andrus Aaslaid Development platform evangelist Microsoft Estonia Arti Ots Director of marketing AS Elion Birgit Tolmann Õnnepank project manager logistics manager of Let s Do It 2008 Enn Saar Microlink Eesti AS Chairman of board Hannes Astok Member of Parliament Marek Andres Kauts Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications assistant to the minister Maarja Mändmaa AS Hoolekandeteenused Chairman of board Margus Püüa Ministry of Economic Affairs and

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    10 Values and culture 11 Education and lifelong learning 12 Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Partners The goal of project Let s Do It My Estonia is to create an environment

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    01 may brainstorning topics 1 Home family and future generations 2 Healthy and active old age 3 Safety security and taking care of others 4 Coping with stress 5 Health sport and worthwile recreation 6 Business and Employment 7 Estonia s image 8 Joint action and cooperation 9 Self confidence trust and positivism 10 Values and culture 11 Education and lifelong learning 12 Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    3 Safety security and taking care of others 4 Coping with stress 5 Health sport and worthwile recreation 6 Business and Employment 7 Estonia s image 8 Joint action and cooperation 9 Self confidence trust and positivism 10 Values and culture 11 Education and lifelong learning 12 Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials 01 may brainstorning topics We ve come up with 18 issues of a broad social nature for the think tanks which are designed to reflect our everyday lives and needs Each think tank will focus on 3 social issues and 1 local topic These topics are not mandatory in any way They are simply designed to inspire you and bring you and other people with the same interests together All of the questions raised at the thinks tanks will be answered by you the people taking part To help you raise these issues at the think tanks and find solutions to them we have added explanatory notes comments links

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Home family and future generations Human relationships are based on mutual trust and support These are values we should be learning from the time we re still knee high to a grasshopper If we receive the love and support of our parents during our childhood we know how to care about other people and take care of our parents when we ourselves grow up We need society s support to ensure that family relationships in Estonia are as good as they can be and that parents can find time outside of work to dedicate to their children Example questions How can we make sure there are more children Not simply by giving birth to them but by taking care of those we already have Now that state welfare for childcare is slightly less accessible it would be good to hear some examples of communities finding ways of organising such things themselves Older people and the unemployed could be used to help organise childcare services And why not follow the norm by paying them How can we make sure that all children lead safe and secure lives How can we preserve the traditions and values of our forefathers A Go visit your grandmother campaign might not work for example with transport organised as a civic initiative with an event arranged to shine the spotlight on the elders But perhaps we could promote the family tree idea more Perhaps creative people and the media and could help here How can we be good parents We know it s important to listen to our children But what kind of practical tips can we offer families where earning a living takes up the lion s share of their time and by evening parents are

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    10 Values and culture 11 Education and lifelong learning 12 Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Healthy and active old age We all know older people who are full of energy and still leading active dignified lives They take care of their grandchildren and get together with their friends and best of all do it with twice or three times the wisdom of the younger generations Sometimes we fail to notice how their experience helps to solve problems that might otherwise seem insurmountable Planning for an enjoyable old age and a healthy retirement means laying the foundations when we re young People are more likely to age with grace if they remain as fit and active as they can for as long as they can Example questions How can we motivate people to lead healthy lives so that they can enjoy a full and active old age Some say We spend our whole lives working at a pace that rarely allows us to pay any attention to our health and by the time we reach our old age we ve become so sick that we re no longer to enjoy what we worked so hard for we ve burnt ourselves out How can we involve older people in social life and make best use of the knowledge they have Older people can offer wisdom young people can only dream of but often we don t appreciate it or don t know how to How can we find things for older people to do regardless of where they live How could older people

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Safety security and taking care of others Our sense of security begins at home If we feel safe we can help those who are worried about their own situation and what tomorrow will bring Our sense of security as a society is something that is growing and developing all the time every contribution we make reinforces it and encourages others to contribute to it too That s how we develop a sense of security that serves us all one that gives us the courage to make a stand against those who threaten us to serve in the defence forces and to help those who are concerned about their place in society due to the economic winds of change that are blowing Example questions How can we encourage more people to become actively involved How can our own initiatives and behaviour create a sense of security For example we should think about how we can boost safety and security in

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  • Minu Eesti mõttetalgud
    Creativity openness and spirit of innovation 13 Governance culture 14 Natural treasures 15 Mobility and transportation 16 City life 17 Country life 18 Using our natural resources 19 Local topic 1 May think tanks PR materials Web banner Logo Print materials Interviews Press materials Coping with stress People don t only work for their own good By working we create new values in society which should bring pleasure not only to those who create them but others too But we can only enjoy our work if it produces more positive values than lost sleep and worn out nerves In a cohesive society people notice and can help others whose worries are piling up To make sure that stress doesn t stifle our lust for life or endanger our health we have to learn how to shake it off whether it s related to our work our studies or our family lives Example questions How can we take more effective breaks Being worn out after work may suggest we need to just take it easy and do nothing for a while But taking ourselves in hand intensive support from loved ones can help and for example visiting friends relatives and acquaintances can be very refreshing What about other ideas How can we leave work at work A recent study showed that overworking can actually slow you down and make you less productive We need some practical tips on how even if gradually we can extricate ourselves from our work when we re at home How can we feel good and really let our hair down When things are looking bleak it s tempting to give into self destructive behaviours But there are healthy outlets too What are some interesting and innovative ideas How can we cope with conflict and stress Some

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