The Academy Programmes The Health and Welfare of Children and Young People (SKIDI-KIDS), The Human Mind (MIND) and The Future of Learning, Knowledge and Skills (TULOS) organised a joint seminar under the theme The Emotional, Social and Cultural Aspects of Collective Action. The seminar was held in Tallinn on 27–28 November 2014. Approximately 60 researchers from Finland and Estonia participated in the event.
- Keynote: The Contrubution of the Arts to the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young Adolecents, Professor Maurice Galton, University of Cambridge
- From exclusion to belogning: developing narrative practices in day care centers and schools, Professor Eila Estola, University of Oulu
- The intertwined development of cognitive and psychosocial functioning from birth to age 20: risk and protective factors related to educational marginalization, Professor Sami Määttä, University of Jyväskylä
- Brain basis of human social interaction: From molecules to behaviour and back, Professor Lauri Nummenmaa, Aalto University
- Science Learning Environments fot the Future School: Scaffolding Discilinary Engagement, Construction and -regulation of Disciplinary Understanding Through Digital Tools, Professor Marja Vauras, University of Turku
- Stress, attachement and the developing brain, Susanna Hakonen & Henna-Maria Lehtonen, University of Turku
- Linked lives over the life course: A dyadic approach to social development, Venla Berg, The Family Federation of Finland