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Tallinn

Harju 1, EE10146
2nd floor
+372 631 3917
tallinn@finst.ee

Tartu

Ülikooli 11, EE51003
Mon-Thu 12-18, Fri 10-16
+372 742 7319
tartu@finst.ee

Anu Heinonen

Anu Heinonen

director, Tallinn

Viia Väli

Viia Väli

administrative manager, Tallinn

Ave Anniste

Ave Anniste

press secretary

Karoliina Korpilahti

Karoliina Korpilahti

head of programme (culture), Tallinn

Liina Ergma

Liina Ergma

head of programme (education, society), Tartu

Kadri Kaljurand

Kadri Kaljurand

programme coordinator (on parental leave)

Heidi Iivari

Heidi Iivari

programme coordinator

Veera Mononen

Veera Mononen

intern, Tartu

About us

Background of Finnish Institutes

All cultural and academic institutes are independent, non-profit organisations maintained by a private foundation or fund. They are not dependent on official Finnish cultural and scientific policies, which adds to their flexibility and credibility in the eyes of local cultural institutions, partners and the general public.The institutes receive basic funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture, and work in close cooperation with the Finnish embassy in their country of location. Their projects are also funded by partners, corporations and various foundations supporting sciences and culture both in Finland and abroad.

All cultural and academic institutes are independent, non-profit organisations maintained by a private foundation or fund. They are not dependent on official Finnish cultural and scientific policies, which adds to their flexibility and credibility in the eyes of local cultural institutions, partners and the general public.

The institutes receive basic funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture, and work in close cooperation with the Finnish embassy in their country of location. Their projects are also funded by various foundations supporting sciences and culture, corporations, and partners both in Finland and abroad.

The Institute, founded in 1991, is maintained by the Foundation of the Finnish Institute in Estonia.

Strategy 2018–2020