I would like to see members of Uralistica.com taking part of this unconference: 10 days until Indigenous Peoples Week begins!
Добавил(а) Aivar Ruukel, Июль 26, 2013 в 9:43pm — Комментариев нет
Some pictures from press conference, held today in Tallinn are on Facebook
Добавил(а) Aivar Ruukel, Март 4, 2013 в 5:25pm — Комментариев нет
Happy about these news, heard today from friend Oliver.
Story here http://ugranow.ru/?p=8383
Sami people in trouble with mining. Read full story "Mining Boom Threatens Laponia Ecotourism"
Добавил(а) Aivar Ruukel, Январь 29, 2013 в 4:20pm — Комментариев нет
Yesterday the workshop was held on the topic of Finno-Ugric Tourism in Kiidi guesthouse, Haanja nature park South Estonia.
Different aspects of Finno-Ugric and indigenous tourism was discussed. Presenters included
Agu Hollo – about life in Haanja region
Aivar Ruukel - about 1-st World Indigenous Tourism Forum …
Yesterday was the final concert and party of Finno Ugric Days in Estonia.
I have more pictures on Facebook if you want to have a look.Продолжить
Last week the first international forum on Indigenous Tourism was organized by World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA). http://www.winta.org/
It was held October 12, 2012, in Lucerne, Switzerland as a first-ever ATTA Summit Extension Program immediately following the ninth Adventure Travel World Summit.…Продолжить
it is mushroom season in Estonia. Yesterday I picked some Lactarius mushrooms, and my wife salted these in the way her mother does in tiny village of North Udmurtia. It is really very delicious stuff :)
Do you know if there are some Finno Ugric cookbooks available in Russian language? Or in some of our own…Продолжить
Today on the seminar about branding ... my slides on web-footprint...Продолжить
Добавил(а) Aivar Ruukel, Октябрь 13, 2011 в 8:59am — Комментариев нет
Udmurtian group Etkon Korka had a great concert yesterday in Pärnu, Estonia
Добавил(а) Aivar Ruukel, Октябрь 11, 2011 в 9:00pm — Комментариев нет
First Finno-Ugric Branding Conference will be held on 13-14th of October 2011 in Tallinn. Conference aims to initiate a systematic process for raising global awareness of, and interest in the Finno-Ugric common cultural roots and ongoing international cooperation (“Finno-Ugric movement”). Rationale of the Conference is based on two key premises: