Table I: Organizational Forms
|Minority groups||Total||Organizational form|
|Non Profit||Public Central||Public Local||For Profit|
|Russian speakers in Estonia||454||218||11||213||12|
Figure I: Organizational Forms
Table II: Organizational forms in proportions
|Minority group||Organizational form|
|Nonprofit||Public Central||Public Local||For Profit|
|Russian speakers in Estonia||47%||2%||46%||3%|
Figure II: Organizational forms in proportions
This chart visualizes the organizational form of Russian speakers' institutions. These institutions are almost equally split between nonprofits (47%) and institutions relying on funding from local authorities (46%). Of the remaining 5%, about 3% are for-profit organizations and 2% are funded by central governments.
Russian speaking youth with mouths taped shut participate in protest against national educational reform policy in front of the Parliament in Estonia, 2012 | © Andres Putting / Delphi.