6th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy: Literacy Environment-Environmental literacy

Estonian Reading Association EstRA is hosting the 6th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy: Literacy Environment - Environmental literacy held on October 4-7, 2025 in Tallinn, Estonia. Welcome!
The Baltic Sea conferences are an excellent opportunity of addressing literacy in a systematic and comprehensive way and to share the best practices.

The theme  focuses on the environment that supports the formation and development of reading-writing skills in its physical, mental and social meaning and environmental literacy - sustaining ecological and social stability.



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Where is Estonia? How many years Estonian has been spoken in Baltic Sea region? How old will the oldest book in Estonian be in 2025?  What was the first word in Estonian? Find answers to these questions and other exciting facts about Estonia and Estonian language from this video! 


September 3, 2024 – Call for contributions
February 17, 2025 – Deadline for Abstract submission
May 5 – 19, 2025 – Letter for Abstract acceptance
April 1, 2025 – Registration opens for all
June 16, 2025 – Deadline for Early Birds
June 16, 2025 – Deadline for registration for presenters

Meet in Estonia

Welcome to Estonia, where medieval charm meets digital innovation! Nestled in Northern Europe, Estonia is the perfect destination for international mid-size conferences, corporate events, and incentives. With a unique blend of centuries-old history and cutting-edge modern facilities, Estonia never fails to impress delegates. Its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage provide an inspiring backdrop for any conference. Meeting planners will find exceptional value for money in Estonia, with affordable yet high-quality options for accommodation, dining, and more.

With a population of just 1.3 million, there’s always plenty of space. Seventy percent of the land is covered in lush forests and pristine peat bogs, ensuring clean, green surroundings with some of the purest water and freshest air in the world. As one of the world’s most digitally advanced societies, Estonia boasts free Wi-Fi available everywhere and a culture that embraces online, paper-free living.

Tallinn, Estonia

One of Europe’s emerging and most dynamic conference destinations, Estonia impresses delegates with its combination of centuries-old charm and amazingly modern, high-quality facilities. First-time visitors are sure to be surprised by Estonia’s medieval ambience and captivated by the beauty of its rugged coastlines and pristine natural environment.

Tallinn, the capital and largest city in Estonia, is located in Northern Europe in the north- eastern part of the Baltic Sea region. It is considered to be Estonia’s crown jewel, boasting cobbled streets and rejuvenated 14th-century dwellings. Dozens upon dozens of cafes and restaurants provide rich, welcoming atmospheres for unwinding after exploring historic churches, scenic ruins, art galleries and boutiques. Like most cities with an eight-hundred- year-old past, Tallinn is a patchwork of historic areas. The city’s pride and joy is without a doubt its Medieval Old Town.


Ms Meeli Pandis
Estonian Reading Association EstRA
Ms Heli Kuik
PCO - Conference Masters

Contacts of organizer

PCO: Conference Masters Ltd