Discussion on minimalism, and so much more (in Estonian)

Discussion with Farištamo Eller who has a podcast Keskonnaraadio — Keskkonnahoid on äge! (Let’s have fun saving the planet).

Talk “Why vegan feminism” — come and join!

Let's have a discussion about vegan feminism!

Switching to an eco-friendly, zero waste safety razor by Bambaw (BE)

Bambaw believes that a more sustainable and ethically conscious world is not only possible, it’s down to us to create it.

Believing in being the change you want to see in the world: Corline aka Coco De Los Muertos (Cry Baby Tattoo Belgium; BE)

“Art is the mirror of the society that can make you think differently, showing what is not usually showed.”

Doing activism with meaningful films: Aćim Vasić (SC/FR)

“The best method of nonviolent struggle is a non-violent protest march (I was part of several protest marches in Serbia during my teenage days). I'm not sure if there is any other method that can have as big impact on the awareness as much as this one.”

A slow fashion enthusiast: Janita (Annie Eleanoora; FI)

“Buy less, but better! The biggest thing with sustainable development is that we should reduce our consumption.”

Caring about animals and caring about humans don’t rule each other out: Anna Morozova (the Baltics)

“Social and political movements which have equality and compassion in focus are important to me. Compassion in the widest meaning of it, be it to fellow Earthlings, or to planet Earth in general, or to other races, genders, alternative lifestyles, what not. I might say a strange thing, but I think that tolerance is not enough. You can tolerate and secretly hate something or someone at the same time. Compassion and empathy go a longer way, in my opinion. Of course, veganism and third-wave feminism are important. Extinction Rebellion is important, even if I am not involved too much. Various kind of environmental actions, be it within Let’s Do It! frames or otherwise. Those promoting human rights and creating opportunities.”

Come to the Women’s March held in Tallinn on 19 January 2019!

The Women’s March is a one-time action which stands for the righs of women regardless of their background. This is the first time the march is taking place in Estonia.

Making people smile: Maarika (Teacup Goblins; EE)

“I want my art to make people smile. It's not a huge goal but it might just make a small difference in someone's day. To me that's good enough.”