Peace Child Estonia

National Network

Võru 16-46

Mobile Phone
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. Gender
  4. Human rights
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Religion
  7. Youth and education
General Information
Peace Child Estonia is a youth- led non-governmental organisation. Peace Child Estonia is an official representative of UK organisation Peacechild International and operates on the international level as well as on the local level. PCE works in cooperation with governmental institutions, other private or public institutions, takes part in joint projects and programs with them and organises seminars, training-courses and informative events on topics varying from intercultural dialogue, non-formal education, and project management to gender empowerment.Peace Child Estonia staff inludes 3 employed persons and 10 volunteers who helps run Peae Child Estonia activities. Peace Child Estonia is a growing organisation with a developing program and many supportive members. The organisation’s leaders are motivated and active in regional development, state-led initiatives as well as working in conjunction with other organisations in developing projects on the international level. They can add a strong youth work element to the project, in spite of being a young organisation and they have been working well knonwn Estonian NGOs like Sillamäe Society for Child Welfare, Tallinn City Sport and Youth Department and Estonian Union for Child Welfare since their inception. Peace Child Estonia sources of funding are State foundations, European Commission and various of companies donations. Modalities of action (concrete projects, exchanges, seminars, scholarships etc.) - concrete projects. Main partners involved in the organization's projects/activities - Peace Child International (UK), SIllamäe Society for Child Welfare (Estonia), Tallinn Sport and Youth Department (Estonia) and of course various of local NGOs.
Mission and Objectives

The purpose of the Organisation is to include and empower the children and young people, developing child welfare and youth initiatives, taking part in designing and implementing youth policy and standing for the joint rights of the Organisation’s members.

Main Projects / Activities

Intercultural Dialogue, Youth work and youth issues related projects on various topics like for example gender empowerment, advocacy, active citizenship or sustainable development. Our day to day activities are divided on 2 levels: local and international.
Our main activities are project based, but additionally we provide different services depending of needs (consultation, webadministration, project management etc).

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

At the moment the situation with Estonian ALF Network requires approvement. As we already have contacts with other members of the Network and are aware of the situation and willing to contribute we can be an active force in revitalising the Network. We are ready to contribute and especially in promotion of intercultural (citizenship education) dialogue, human rights and mutual understanding of both regions Europe and Mediteraneann. We`re ready to conduct a seminars, trainings, to do a cultural and educational cooperation events in Estonia with other members of ALF Estonia like Sillamae Society for Child Welfare, Ethicalinks, Trajectoria etc and take an active role in Euro Arab cooperation.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We would like to be more integrated in ALF network and possibilities that ALF provides to its members. We are presently already planning a joint project between Baltic and Medditerranean countries who are also ALF member states and the project itself is line with Anna Lindh Foundation’s ‘4D’ Strategy. Our team is very interested in building on that experience and becoming more involved in ALF missiion and acitivities. We work with different NGO across the world, but being a member of ALF and ALF's Estonian network will be a big incentive going forward as well as the benefits provided for members.

Contact (1) Full Name
Mr. Anton Reingoldt
Contact (2) Full Name
Ms. Angelina Pinnonen