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Vlog: Matthew Crandall – What Does the Chaning World Order Mean for Small States?

21.06.2017 09:55:18

Matthew Crandall from Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society discusses the impact of the changing world order on smaller states.

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    Human Rights conference with many well known speakers was held at Tallinn University

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    Human Rights in the 21st century. Human rights will play a bigger role in everyday life than ever before. That is the reason why we need a lot of researchers to dig into the basics of the law and see how can we make the human rights even better. HURMUR (Human rights – mutually rising excellence) -Conference had gathered 21 different human rights topics into an exciting three-day conference.
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    The EU in the global race for talents

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    Out of all forms of labour migration, the international mobility of highly-skilled individuals in particular has been receiving more and more attention around the world. While countries like Canada and Australia have been doing this for years, many European countries are only now beginning to acknowledge the need to attract and facilitate the mobility of skilled workers from all over the world to be able to compete in the new economy.

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    Which Behaviour Affects Our Perception of Health in Older Ages?

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    To understand how health policies can help improve our quality of life in older ages, it is important to look at health behaviours and their relation to health outcomes. In a recent study, Liili Abuladze and colleagues examined this relationship in Estonia, where life expectancies and self-rated health among older adults are comparatively low in Europe.

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