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Hungarians
Beata Sahverdov: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Hungarian folk songs)
Szilard Toth, lecturer at the University of Tartu: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Hungarian folk songs)
Boglarka Straszer, Finnish student activist

Komis
Pavel Limerov, editor of the Komi magazine on the arts ART
Nikolai Kuznetsov, student at the University of Tartu
Pavel Mikushev, artist: the exhibition My Pagan Gods in Tallinn (the Drama Theatre) and in Tartu (the Vanemuine Theatre)
Ilya Mityushev, student at the University of Tartu
Nina Obrezkova, poet: appearances at the ethnic cultures night and the literary evening
Alexander Chuvryov, musician
Alexander Vitoshkin, actor at the Komi Folklore Theatre

Udmurts
Lyubov Chetkaryova, policewoman: Of the application of eco-tourism in Udmurtia
Yuri Lobanov, artist, desinger of the flag and the coat of arms of the Republic of Udmurtia: discourse on the ethnic element in heraldry
Tatyana Minniyakhmetova, doctoral student at the University of Tartu: appearances at the ethnic cultures night and the literary evening (Udmurt songs)
Irina Orekhova, student at the University of Tartu, translator: A hundred opinions on Ebga - the Udmurt heroine of the early iron age (paper)
Tatyana Prokopyeva, teacher: Teaching the Udmurt language in Russian schools
Nadezhda Utkina, singer: discourse on the Udmurt youth policy, appearances at the ethnic cultures night and the literary evening
Pyotr Zakharov, writer

Maris
Alexander Ivanov, artist: the exhibition Mother of Woods in Chaplin Art Center (Pärnu, Esplanaadi 10)
Julia Kuprina, M.A. student at the University of Tartu: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Mari zither kärsh)
Vasli Nikolaev, M.A. student at the University of Tartu
Semyon Novikov, philosopher
Zinaida Novikova, sociologist
Laid Shemyer, writer, journalist, translator: paper on contemporary Mari literature, appearance at the ethnic cultures night and the literary evening

Erzya
Yuri Dyrin, artist: the exhibition The Jester with the Whistle at OBU gallery (Tartu, Raekoja plats 2)

Livonians
Valt Ernstreit, poet, artist, translator, M.A. student at the University of Tartu: appearance at the literary evening
Ulla Ernstreit, singer, student at the University of Tartu: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Livonian hits)

Estonia
Peeter Allik, artist of the Kursi school: slide presentation on the Kursi school; on designing the Võro ABC book, other Võro-language books, and collections of ethno-futurist poetry
Contra, poet, Young Authorsí League, Urvaste: appearance at the literary evening
Albert Gulk, artist of the Kursi school
Andres Heinapuu, Manager of the Information Centre of Finno- Ugric Peoples (SURI): The first Livonians: the Livonian people as an ethno-futurist project (paper)
Kaido Kama, Director of Võro Institute: Contemporary Võro movement against the background of European indigenous peoples (paper)
Kauksi Ülle, Estonian Kostabi $ociety (EK$), Manager of the Tartu Centre of Fenno-Ugria Foundation, main organiser of the conference
Ilmar Kruusamäe, artist of the Kursi school
Timo Maran, M.A. student at the University of Tartu: Nature and text (paper)
Veiko Märka, Young Authorsí League, journalist, student at the University of Tartu: paper on the nationalist opinions of Estonian young authors on the example of the Young Authorsí League
Aigar Piho, Estonian Ecotourism Association: paper on the psychology of ecotourism, organiser of the visit to Võromaa
Jaak Prozes, President of the Youth Association of Finno-Ugric Peoples, to chair the Associationís working group on the arts and culture
Indrek Särg, researcher on literature, M.A. student at the University of Tartu: the documentary film Poet from the Forest
Taive Särg, researcher on folklore, doctoral student at the University of Tartu: commentary on the film Poet from the Forest
Krista Sürje, Director of Fenno-Ugria Foundation
Rein Taagepera, Professor at the Universities of California and Tartu: general paper on the persistence of the identity of indigenous peoples today and in the future
Heie Treier, editor on visual arts of the newspaper Eesti Ekspress: Slide presentation on Estonian artists in todayís art world
Arvo Valton, President of the Association of Finno-Ugric Literatures: opening address; presentation of collections of at the ethnic cultures night

Finland
Harry Pekka Laukkanen, Tampere-Tartu Society
Ritva Liisa Pihlaja: Village architecture
Pertti Pyhtilä, Finnish Institute in Estonia, Tartu section
Kari Sallamaa, Assistant Professor at the University of Oulu: The philosophy of ethno-futurism as the foundation for the survival of Finno-Ugric peoples (general paper)
Maila Sulasaari, piano player: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Finnish folk tunes)
Inga Sulin, singer: appearance at the ethnic cultures night (Finnish folk tunes)

Staff
Natalya Gordeyeva, Ott Heinapuu, Valeri Kalabugin, Julia Kuprina, Irina Orehhova, Olavi Ruitlane, Sven-Erik Soosaar, Kärt Summatavet, Veiko Tonts, Eha Viluoja

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