Migration conference: practical information
NOTIFICATION: EVENT POSTPONED
In light of concerns around COVID-19, a decision has regretfully been taken to postpone the Nordic-Baltic migration Conference: Cross-border Mobility in the Nordic-Baltic Region. Having considered the situation very carefully with our partners, Tartu University and the Estonian Ministry of the Interior, we have decided that this is the most prudent course of action in light of recent public health concerns.
The new date for the conference will be September 18th at KUMU art museum.
18 September 2020 at 10:00 - 17:00
How to register?
An updated registration link will be added to our website before the new conference date.
How to get to KUMU?
The Kumu Art Museum is situated on the limestone bluff between Kadriorg Park and the Lasnamäe district.
On foot :
From Viru Square via Narva Road into Kadriorg Park to the museum at the end of Weizenbergi Street (2.8 km).
Kopli – Balti Station – Hobujaama (city centre, near the Viru Centre) – Kadriorg*: No. 1
Tondi – Vabaduse Square (city centre) – Hobujaama (near the Viru Centre) – Kadriorg*: No. 3
*From there walk into the park along Weizenbergi Street to the museum, about 10 minutes.
Estonia (near to Estonian National Opera) – Kivisilla (on Gonsiori Street, near the Viru Shopping Centre) – Kumu*: No. 31, 67 and 68
Bus Terminal at the Viru Shopping Centre – J. Poska: No. 1a, 8, 19, 29, 34a, 35, 38, 44, 51
Männiku – Vabaduse Square (city centre) – J. Poska: No. 5
Maneeži – J. Poska: No. 60, 63
Veerenni – Autobussijaam – Kumu (next to museum): No. 39
*up to the stairs and right
Parking spaces are located on Valge Street and Mäekalda Street.
Parking for people with disabilities is located on Mäekalda Street.
Participants of the conference are welcome to visit the exhibitions at KUMU. Participants of the conference will have to chance to purchase the museum ticket with a discounted price of 9 euros.
Transport infomation taken from KUMU homepage on 23.01.2020