“Creative Ideas open Innovation”, says our Forum patron from Estonia, Deputy Director General Mrs. Signe Ratso of the European Commission. You will have many opportunities to brainstorm and to contribute. Together, we will re-energize the European Lions! The main workshop topics are:
• Sustainable Circular Economy
• Healthy Youth – Basis for the European Society
• E-Lion – Lion`s Cyber Solutions
To meet our Forum`s charitable goals, we have decided to finance the training of 12 service dogs for 12 youths diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. You can donate to this project during the EF registration. These specially trained dogs will be handed over by all of us to the young people at the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, October 6th.
As the program is being developed, you will have plenty of reasons to check in on our website!
We start our FUN program on Thursday, October 3rd with the Charity Warm-up party at Tallinn Creative Hub to warm us up for creativity and inspiration for the next three days.
On Friday, October 4th, we hope all of you, our Lion friends, will be in Tallinn to boost our Forum with a Parade of Nations from the official Forum hotels, Sokos Hotel Viru, and Hotel Forum, to Alexela Concert Hall where the Get Together & Host Night will take place. On Saturday, October 5th, Gala Night will be held at Seaplane Harbour and it will be the hottest event to attend as this is the only place in the world were you can see an exciting show and enjoy a delicious dinner with your best Lion friends right next to Lembit, a real submarine!
Sunday, October 6th draws the official Forum program to a close, thus affording the perfect time to participate in the tours our partner, Reisiekspert, has prepared for you. We hope to see you there!
According to the Rules of Procedures of the Europa Forum, the European Council is the body for the formation and control of Forum policy.
The agenda for the Council meetings will be determined by the Forum President, based on draft resolutions received from the February meeting of the Supervisory Committee as well as from the Members themselves.
- Draft Resolutions should be sent in English no later than June 15, 2019
- The Forum President will publish the draft resolutions no later than July 31, 2019
Lions European Music Competition (LEMC) was founded in 1980 following an initiative of the French Lion, Thomas Kuti. The event is conducted every year on the occasion of the Europa Forum. Every year a different instrument is awarded. The 28th LEMC in Tallinn is dedicated to the CLASSICAL GUITAR.
The Young Ambassador competition is twofold:
- Recognise, encourage and support young people who are actively involved with the welfare community
- Raise the profile of Lions and increase our own service activities
We have organized many tours highlighting historical, cultural and artistic features of our exciting Old Town. You can also visit studios featuring the handicraft of our most beloved designers or go on to visit our University town of Tartu pre Forum. After the Forum you might experience Riga, Vilnius or St.Petersburg. So take a few minutes to check out our suggestions!