Tiina Veismann

Member of the board of the movement Eesti Lapse Eest (For the Children of Estonia), teacher at Collegium Educationis Revaliae



  • What Kind of Family Planning Do We Need?

    18 December 2003


    RiTo No. 8, 2003

    There is a change occurring in our collective consciousness: the notion that children are the personal interest of every family is being replaced with the understanding that children are the collective interest of the family and society (state). In ten years of independence we have reached a serious demographic crisis with no way out without an active parenthood policy on the state level. The parental allowance is the first active step by the state and it cannot be the last.