The Woman of the Year in Estonia is Aet Maatee


Federation of Business and Professional Women in Estonia (BPW Estonia) selected Aet Maatee as the Woman of the Year in Estonia. Aet Maatee is the manager of Estonian Song and Dance Celebration Foundation and organized the 2009 Estonian Song and Dance Celebration “To Breathe as One”.

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The Non-profit Making Association BPW Estonia (EENA) has been founded in 1992 with the purpose of encouraging business and professional women and women as leaders to cooperate with each other, change ideas and opinions and to carry out joint programmes together with keeping alive the tradition of club activities. BPW Estonia was admitted into the International Federation in 1993. There are 9 clubs within BPW Estonia with more than 150 members totally.

BPW Estonia and its individual members together with the other associations of women were the ones who launched the discussion concerning the wages for mothers in order to ensure the equality between men and women. A number of members of BPW Estonia have also taken an active part in the projects started by the Round Table of Estonian Women in order to protect the rights of women in labour matters and in cases of domestic violence.

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4 Responses to “The Woman of the Year in Estonia is Aet Maatee”


  1. 1 Caroline Peel November 13, 2009 at 12:40 AM

    A few of us went to the Estonian Song Festival this year. I have wanted to experience it after reading the story of Lydia Koldula and the formation of the Song festivals.It must be an awesome job to organise such an event and Aet Maatee must be an awesome woman .Welldone and Thankyou .God Willing I hope to come to another Song Festival in the future.

  2. 2 Arrinhy May 17, 2013 at 8:58 AM

    How exactly does one do this Google seacrh check? Would be grateful for guidance (in most ‘umble mode, as you can see)Also, most mizrible that you do not see fit to review.J.A.P.

  3. 3 cialis May 20, 2013 at 9:55 AM

    I thought both Finland and Estonia had LVT. They just need to knock it into better shape and ramp up the amount they collect, steeply.When I was there in 2006, Tallinn still had masses of empty buildings and vacant sites in and around the city centre, and there was a property boom going on.Finland presumably has LVT or something like it as you don't see vacant sites around.A hefty dose of LVT, accompanied by equally heft cuts in the taxes that are being dodged through these fiddles, sounds overdue.Neighbouring Latvia needs to do the same thing – there are vacant sites and derelict buildings all over the centre of Riga. The smell of land speculation is in the air. I was not impressed with the country.

  4. 4 Paulinia October 24, 2013 at 12:49 AM

    it`s so nice to hear that Estonia is now advanced in the use of thngcoloey and we can really see the difference on how much they have improved fron then to now,..


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