The main theme of the Congress will be “Cultural landscapes – language and mind”.
The 8th World Congress of Finno-Ugric Peoples 16-18 June 2021 in Tartu, in the Estonian National Museum The main theme of the Congress will be “Cultural landscapes – language and mind”.
14 Finno-Ugric peoples will take part of the VIII Finno-Ugric Peoples World Congress. In all, 400 people take part in the Congress, including 124 delegates and 229 observers, as well as guests and journalists. The Finnish, Hungarian, Russian, Latvian and Estonian presidents are invited to the World Congress.
The Opening ceremony can also be viewed via an ERR livestream online. In addition to the official Congress, all interested people are invited to a simultaneous culture program in Tartu. The events are free of charge.
The organizer of the Congress, NGO Fenno-Ugria, announces that considering the current situation caused by the COVID-19 virus, the Congress will be organized in hybrid form, in-person attendees in Tartu and virtual attendees online. All online participants will have access to plenary sessions and one of the thematic session chosen. Accession to the congress will be via link sent to the connection e-mail. Event content will also be recorded and made available online to foster further discussions after the event has ended, build out a knowledge portal for event participants.