Specific Information Centres
European Documentation Centre in Univercity of Tartu
Contact: Elena Sipria-Mironov
W. Struve 1
Phone: (+372) 7 375 750
European Documentation Centre in Univercity of Technology Library
Kontakt: Anneli Viljat
Akadeemia tee 1
Phone:(+372) 620 3555
SOLVIT Centre of Estonia – Problem solving in the internal market
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
Suur-Ameerika 1, Tallinn, 10122
Phone: (+372) 625 6489, (+372) 639 7617
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Jõhvi Eesti Kaubandus-Tööstuskoda (upon appointment)
Keskväljak 4 41531 Jõhvi Estonia
Phone: (+372) 337 4950
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Põlvamaa Põlva vallavalitsus (upon appointment)
Kesk 15 63308 Põlva Estonia
Phone: (+372) 7999494
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Pärnumaa SA Pärnu Ettevõtlus- ja Arenduskeskus (upon appointment)
Akadeemia 2 80088 Pärnu Estonia
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Türi Türi vallavalitsus (upon appointment)
Kohtu 2 72213 Türi Estonia
Phone: (+372) 3848200
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Lääne-Virumaa Lääne-Viru Omavalitsuste Liit (upon appointment)
Kreutzwaldi 5 44314 Rakvere Estonia
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Läänemaa Lääne-Eesti Ettevõtluskeskus SA (upon appointment)
Karja 27 90502 Haapsalu Estonia
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Narva SA Ida-Viru Ettevõtluskeskus (upon appointment)
Paul Kerese tn 3 20209 Narva Estonia
Phone: (+372) 3395620
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Valgamaa (upon appointment)
Puiestee 8 68203 Valga Estonia
Phone: (+372) 7669964
(EDIC) EUROPE DIRECT Information Centre - Võru SA Võrumaa Arenduskeskus (upon appointment)
Jüri 12 65509 Võru Estonia
Phone: (+372) 7868301
Specific Information Centres
The Association of Estonian Cities and Municipalities, Brussels representation
Square de Meeûs 1
Tel: +32 2 21 38 220
Europe Direct Information Centres and European Documentation Centres (EDC)
European documentation centres operate at universities and research institutes with the aim of advancing and developing education and research on European integration.
Estonian members of this network are the University of Tartu Library, Tallinn Technical University Library, and since April 2009 the European Union Information Centre of the National Library of Estonia.
There are altogether 9 Europe Direct Information Centres in Estonia.
Enterprise Europe Network
A network established in 2008 to support small and medium-sized enterprises. This network assembles the networks of previously separately operating European information and innovation centres. Estonian members of the network are the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (coordinator), science and business campus Tehnopol, Tartu Science Park, consultancy firm Invent Baltics and Baltic Innovation Agency.
European Consumer Centres Network (ECC-Net)
Provides information on the rights of consumers from the EU in the EU member states, and advises with problems related to cross-border purchases. In Estonia the corresponding centre operates at the Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority.
European judicial cooperation network
This network consists of national contact points, judges, prosecutors and representatives of ministries of justice, dedicated to contributing their experience to European judicial cooperation in criminal matters.
European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters (EJN-civil)
The judicial cooperation network for EU member states initiated by the European Commission. The network facilitates the proceeding of cross-border cases and submitting of applications for judicial cooperation, and ensures the proper implementation of EU legislation and conventions between member states.
The EJN Network Contact Point in Estonia is the International Judicial Cooperation Division of the Ministry of Justice.
A Pan-European initiative delivering information and support services to researchers for working and studying abroad. EURAXESS Estonia offers foreign researchers relocating to Estonia useful practical information about the country.
Consolidates national Europass centres which coordinate all activities related to Europass documents. Europass Estonia operates at the Estonian Qualifications Authority.
Euroguidance is a cooperation network operating under the Lifelong Learning platform and helps guidance counsellors and individuals to learn about career opportunities in Europe. The representative of Euroguidance Estonia is Archimedes Foundation.
This European youth information network that promotes awareness and opportunities to study, work and travel abroad.
The Council of Europe and UNESCO network ENIC (European Network of National Information Centres on Academic Recognition and Mobility) and the European Union network NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centres) are international networks created for facilitating the transparent and fair recognition of educational qualifications obtained abroad and for promoting academic and professional mobility.
The Estonian ENIC/NARIC centre is a subdivision of the Archimedes Foundation.
Your Europe Advice
Your Europe Advice is a set of information and advice tools for citizens and businesses provided by the legal experts of European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) under an agreement concluded with the European Commission. ECAS is a team of lawyers representing all EU languages and being familiar with both EU law and the law of the member states.
European Migration Network
European Migration Network (EMN) was established in 2008 by the European Commission who currently coordinates its activities. EMN is a research and information exchange network consisting of national contact points and their cooperation partners - local migration and asylum organisations.
As of 1 January 2020, the EMN Contact Point in Estonia (EMN Estonia) operates at the Institute of Internal Security of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences. The EMN Estonia is funded by the EU and the Estonian Ministry of the Interior.
Europe for Citizens Programme network
The aim of the Europe for Citizens Programme is to contribute to citizens' understanding of the EU’s history, values and diversity, and to encourage the democratic participation of citizens at EU level.
The Programme is lead by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The supervisor of the Agency is the European Commission who is responsible for the Programme strategy and priorities, and also shares good practices and results. Information about the Programme is disseminated by Europe for Citizens Contact Points in member states.
The Europe for Citizens Programme Contact Point in Estonia is the National Foundation of Civil Society.