The latest United Nations population estimates and projections report confirms what's been a concern for a long time – Europe's population is ageing and shrinking. And that includes Estonia.
Omar is an Afghan who worked for the Estonian Army. When he concluded his work, he claimed asylum, wishing to come to Estonia. Last week it was discovered that he is studying in India, in not too good conditions and still seeking assistance from individual Estonians. Abdul Turay writes why he turned down Omar's request.
Patients can have a say in their treatment with the help of information technology.
Triin Toomesaar asks what helps and what hinders the refugee debate in Estonia, pulling apart some of the popular myths about the refugees purported in the comment sections of news portals and on social media. How to help us understand that a couple of hundred, or even couple of thousand refugees, won't stop us from being Estonian?
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