14.05.2019|Ministry of Justice
30.04.2019. For several consecutive years, Estonia has been at the second place among Member States of the European Union in a freshly published comparative table of justice systems called “Justice Scoreboard 2019” thanks to the efficiency and speed of the judicial system.
26.02.2019|Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice entered into an agreement with Finland for the exchange of business register data
26.02.2019 The Secretary General of the Ministry of Justice Tõnis Saar and the Director General of the Finnish Patent and Registration Office Antti Riivari signed an agreement today in Helsinki, under which data shall hereinafter be exchanged between the business registers of the two countries.
23.08.2018|Ministry of Justice
23 August 2018 Today, on the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism, a memorial for the Estonian victims of communism was opened in Maarjamäe, Tallinn, which is a tribute to the victims of communism and a place of remembrance for their loved ones.
23.08.2018|Ministry of Justice
Representatives from eight countries adopted a joint statement to commemorate the victims of communism
23 August 2018 At the invitation of Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu, the government representatives of European Union countries gathered in Tallinn on the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism to adopt a joint statement to commemorate the victims of communism and to s
22.08.2018|Ministry of Justice
22.08.2018 On 23 August, the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes, a memorial for communism victims of Estonia will be opened in Maarjamäe, a subdistrict of Tallinn.
25.05.2018|Ministry of Justice
25.05.2018 On Friday, 25 May, the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council will take effect to create uniform rules for the processing of personal data, strengthen the right to privacy online and stimulate digital economy.
15.12.2017|Ministry of Justice
15.12.2017 On 14 December, the European Crime Prevention Network awarded Europe’s best crime prevention project. This year’s competition focused on cyber security and it marked the 20th year of assigning this award.
25.10.2017|Ministry of Justice
25.10.2017. Having seen the presentations at Garage48’s idea hackathon held within the framework of the e-Justice related conference ’Futur-e-Justice’ which took place on October 19-20 in Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel), the jury decided on EuroVisor as the winning team. EuroVisor is a convenient application for travellers which considers both the person’s country of origin and the country of destination and enables a handy comparison of legislation in different states.
08.09.2017|Ministry of Justice
8.09.2017. On 7th-8th September, Ministry of Justice organised a high-level international conference on implementation of the EU Data Protection Reform to give the EU Member States the opportunity to find the best solutions before making final decisions on their Data Protection Acts from May 2018.
07.09.2017|Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice called on Google and Intel Corporation to discuss personal data protection issues in Tartu
7.09.2017. On 7th-8th September, a high-level international conference will take place in Tartu, where specialists and the largest companies of the world will discuss what comes along with the EU data protection reform that will be put into practice in May 2018.