LICHR  PROJECTS

Project name

Donors, partners

Period

Supporting of Initiatives Promoting the Development of Dialogue in Estonia Programme of Assistance to the Eastern European countries –DANIDA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark), the Danish Centre for Human Rights

1994-1996

The Establishment of a Library at the LICHR The European Commission (PYARE & TACIS Programme)

1996

For the Statutory Objectives of the LICHR Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Helsinki (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

1995

Consolidation of the Legal Information Centre for Human Rights Programme of Assistance to the Eastern European countries –DANIDA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark), the Danish Centre for Human Rights

1997

The Process of Recognition and Incorporation of States in the International Community: the Case of the Baltic States Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, Latvian Institute of Human Rights

1997-2000

Ethnic Minorities in Estonia: Domestic Law and International Instruments International Minority Rights Group-London, British Embassy in Estonia

1997

About Human Rights by the Language of  Drawing Open Estonia Foundation

1997

Legal Information Centre for Human Rights: Annual Report Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Helsinki (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

1997

Annual Exhibition of the Children’s Drawings on the Rights of the Child Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Helsinki (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

1998-1999

Strengthening the Efficiency of the LICHR Programme of Assistance to the Eastern European countries –DANIDA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark), the Danish Centre for Human Rights

1998-1999

Building-up of the Internet-based Human Rights Education and Information System in Estonia Open Society Institute (OSI), Budapest & Open Estonia Foundation, J. Tõnnisson Institute

1998-2000

Follow-up Working Seminar “Minorities and Majorities in Estonia: Problems of Integration at the Threshold of the EU” Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI), Flensburg, Germany

1998-1999

Identity Formation in the Post-socialist Society (the Case of National Minorities in Tallinn) Tallinn City Government

1999

Promotion of the Legal Counseling in the Legal Information Centre for Human Rights Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the NetherlandsHelsinki Committee

1999-2002

Building-up of the Information Base on Human Rights in the Internet Westminster Foundation for Democracy

1999

Promotion of Social Integration on the Base of Legal Aid The Delegation of the European Commission in Estonia

1999-2000

Promotion of the Inter-Ethnic Integration in Estonia Through Legal Counselling and Advocacy Activity Open Society Institute- Human Rights Fund, Budapest

2000-2001

Promotion of the Integration in the Estonian Society through Legal Counselling and Advocacy Activity: the North-Eastern region of Estonia Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), Warsaw,

OSCE Mission to Estonia

2000

Publication of the Handbook on the International Remedies of Human Rights Protection Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Helsinki (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

2000

Refugee Electronic Information Resources Danish Refugee Council

2000-2004

International Seminar: “Strengthening of the Inter-Ethnic Integration Process in the Estonian Society” British Embassy in Estonia (British Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

2000-2001

Minority Rights in Estonia OSI, Europe Foundation,

The EU Accession Monitoring Programme

2000-2001

Implementation of the European Anti-Discrimination Law  Joint Initiative of the European Roma Rights Center (ERRC), Interrights and the Migration Policy

2000-2001

Promotion of the Building of a Democratic and Civic Society in Estonia through Human Rights Education Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Helsinki (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

2000-2001

Promotion of the Building of Local Democracy Through Dissemination of Human Rights Information and Advocacy: Women’s and Children’s Rights Delegation of the European Commission in Estonia,

ODIHR-Warsaw

2001-2002

Identity Formation in the Post-Socialist Society (the Case of National Minorities in Tallinn) Department on Social Security and Integration, Tallinn City Government

2001

Identification and Legalization of the Minors Department on Social Security and Integration, Tallinn City Government

2001-2002

Tallinn City Integration Programme Department of Social Security and Integration, Tallinn City Government,

J. Tõnnisson Institute

2001

Prevention of Discrimination through Legal Counselling and Advocacy Open Society Institute, Budapest (Soros Foundation)

2002

Strengthening Interethnic Integration in Estonia through the Dialogue in the Field of Human Rights Steering Group on Confidence-Building Measures, Council of Europe (CoE)

2002-2003

Prevention of Trafficking in Women in the Baltic Countries International Organization for Migration (IOM),

Tallinn Office of  the IOM

2002

Trafficking in Women – Monitoring of the Situation in Estonia U.S. Department of State & Royal Norwegian Embassy

2002-2003

Legal Aid for Compatriots in Estonia Embassy of the Russian Federation

2002-2003

Publication of the Paul Downes’ book “Living with Heroin” The US embassy in Estonia, Tallinn AIDS Prevention Centre, St. Patrick’s College (Dublin)

2003

Handbook on Trafficking in Human Beings and Working Abroad Norwegian Embassy in Tallinn,  Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Tallinn (The Small Embassy Project Programme – MATRA-KAP)

2003 –2004

The Study Tour to Estonia within the Project “Promotion of  Tolerance and Improving Interethnic Relations, Russia Deutsch-Russischer Austausch E.V. (DRA) (EC TACIS Programme)

2004

Monitoring of Racism and Xenophobia

(National Focus Group of the FRA (EUMC)- RAXEN )

EU Agency for Fundamental Rights – FRA (formerly – European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia)

2004-2009

Promotion of Access to Justice and Legal Aid for Asylum Seekers and Immigrants in Estonia Estonian Ministry of the Interior (European Refugee Fund)

2004 –2005

Providing Legal Aid to the Russian Compatriots Embassy of the Russian Federation in Estonia,

Local Authorities in Paldiski and in Narva

2004

Training on Application of the International Legal Standards in the Everyday Legal Practice Embassy of the Russian Federation in Estonia

2004 –2005

Fight against Racism, Xenophobia and Discrimination: Rooting of the European Anti-Discrimination Standards into the Estonian Society Open Society Institute, Budapest (Soros Foundation)

2004 –2005

Promotion of Non-Discrimination and Tolerance in the Estonian Society through Mass Media The European Commission

2005-2006

Organization and Constant Analytical Monitoring of the National Minorities and Russian Compatriots in Estonia Free Europe Foundation, “Euroregion Livonia” Co-operation Foundation

2005-2006

Publication of the Handbook  “Compliance of Estonia with the Framework Convention on National Minorities” Minority Rights Group International – London

2006

Provision of the Legal Assistance for the Russian Compatriots in Estonia: Establishing of the Hot-Line on Discrimination and Holding of Round Tables and Seminars on the Issues Concerning the Compatriots Embassy of the Russian Federation in Estonia

2006-2007

Increasing the Influence of the Civil Society on Politics and Assistance to the Victims of the Fundamental Human Rights Violations The European Commission

2008

Issues Concerning Minority Rights in Latvia and Estonia: a Review “Studying of the Historical Perspective” Foundation

2008

Development of the System of Indicators for Monitoring of Discrimination and Equal Treatment in Tallinn Kodurahuprogramm 2008 (Home  Peace Programm 2008), Tallinn City Government

2008

Provision of the Legal Assistance for the Russian Compatriots in Estonia: Establishing of the Hot-Line on Discrimination and Holding of Round Tables and Seminars on the Issues Concerning the Compatriots Embassy of the Russian Federation in Estonia

2007-2008

Studying of the Problems of New Migrants in Estonia and the Baltic States European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)

2008-2010

Creation of conditions for preserving of educa­tion in Russian in Estonia, through implementation and application of European anti-discrimina­tory principles Foundation “Russki Mir”

2009-2010

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2010

Russian Education: Problems, Priorities, expectations Tallinn City Government

2010

Establishment of the municipal ombudsman institution Tallinn City Government

2010

“Non-citizens in Estonia” (Report for the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD): analysis and research  of the materials) Russian Embassy in Estonia: Small Grants Programm

2011

Preparation of legal justification in accordance with international law and Estonian national legislation for and schools administrations and parents in order  to continue  education in Russian in the gymnasium classes Narva City Government

2011

Participation in international events on human rights and minority rights (Human European Consultancy: Training for Trainers on Equal Treatment, Antwerp, The Netherlands; International Human Rights Association(AEDH): Annual Congress  Luxembourg; European Center for Minority Issues (ECMI): International Seminar on National and Cultural Autonomy, Germany) Russian Embassy in Estonia: Small Grants Programm

2011

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2011

 Provision of data collection and research services on fundamental rights: Estonia” European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

2011 – 2012

Providing operational free legal  counselling to compatriots in Estonia Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots residing abroad

 

2012

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2012

Pilot training on human rights (Narva, Estonia) Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots living abroad

2013

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2013

Providing free legal counselling in Russian to Russian  compatriots and monitoring their legal status in Estonia Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots living abroad

 

2013-2014

Organization of the conference “Human Rights in Estonia: practice of the LICHR” Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots living abroad

 

2014

None of Europe’s Children Should be Stateless European Network on Statelessness – ENS

2015

Facts about your rights. Brochure for prisoners and their relatives Tallinn City Government

2015

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2015

Providing of legal services on EU and Estonian national law EU Parliament

2015

Providing free legal services to Russian compatriots living in Estonia Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots living abroad

 

2015

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2016

Providing of legal services on EU and Estonian national law EU Parliament

2016

Legal services on the providing of operational free legal counselling to Russian compatriots residing in Estonia Foundation to support and protect the rights of compatriots living abroad

 

2016

Providing of legal services on EU and Estonian national law EU Parliament

2017

Free legal counselling for Tallinn Russian-speaking population Tallinn City Government

2017