I'm Reinald Udras. In my daily life, I work and study, and as a volunteer I engage in a number of different activities. In addition to everyday activities, I have excelled in my actions outside of private life. You can read more about all this and more on this page. You will also find out which companies and organisations I am involved with now and also in the past.
As an authorised interviewer of the company, I conduct research and recruit people to various other surveys. Their goal is to find out and assess the needs of estonian residents. I have been working at Kantar Emor since November 2016. During this time, I have carried out studies such as 'ATLAS', 'Milk', 'Hive' and Eurobarometer. In future studies, you may be prepared to meet me at your door, for example, because it is the occasional home visits that are selected by the company that are used to perform the duties arising from the duties. If you have an interest in participating in KANTAR Emor studies, please let me know! I, as an authorised representative of the company, have the right and opportunity to collect your contact details so that you can respond to topics of interest to you and thereby contribute to expressing my opinion in both the private and public sectors. All data collected is confidential and the answers provided as a result of the collection of this data are not related to the data you provide. Data is only a means of expressing your opinion.
As a member of the student body, I am happy to advise young people studying at Adult Upper Secondary School as an ambassador for learners, to be a support person for them and to monitor their achievements. Of course, the aim of the student body is also to make school life more exciting, active and, as a learner's ambassador, to develop an educational network for adult learners. If you have a problem, let me know! At the beginning of the academic year, I also introduce my activities to the learners themselves and, if necessary or if desired, they can always contact me with their problems and questions.
I have been written about and involved in activities in other companies and areas of activity. For example, Prisma Peremarket, where I worked for three and a half years, wanted me to be a participant in their functioning 'Prisma account' ad. The promotional shots took place in the spring of 2011. In the video below, I am asleep when the shots took place all night.
In an online article for the publication 'Postman', an article was published on 4 November 2011 entitled 'Female Soldier and Male Cassette'. In the article I will contribute to the issue of gender equality in the respective positions and positions in which I worked myself.
- The article can be read here (opens in a new window)
Eurovision is an annual big event in my life. I carry out colourful reports and also write a Euroblog about events on the ground. My euroblog is available on my blog website blog.reinaldudras.ee. 2015 was my first Eurovision year when the song contest took place in the Austrian capital Vienna. Conchita Wurst won the 2014 song contest in Copenhagen with the song 'Rise Like A Phoenix'. Of course, there are also many journalists and media figures from all over the country, including Estonian delegates, at the Eurovision venue. My colorful presence has attracted journalists every year. In 2017, for example, TV3 reported on me at a song contest in Kiev.
- View report from eestilaul.postimees.ee portal (opens in new window)
In 2018, I participated in the "Estonian Dances" campaign held in the framework of EV100, where both learners and teachers welcomed Estonia with a great Estonian dance for the jubilee.
OTHER VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN THEM:
canada calgary mission
In 2016, I opened my mission call regarding my own-initiative desire to serve for religious purposes for two years on the Mission of Calgary, Canada, where I was destined to serve through the prophets of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I volunteered my mission the same year I opened my mission call. Before going on a mission, I published an article in the church's internal media outlet, Eastern European Region News, about my mission experience. There I wrote about how I was baptized and why I had the idea to serve on a mission.
I was part of the Scouts from 2006 to 2007. At the joint event 'Jüriday 2007', organised by the Estonian Scout Association (ESÜ), which took place in Tartu, our 'Moroni' team achieved 2nd place overall in orienteering, narrowly missing out on first place. The weather was very rainy and windy that day, offering plenty of extremes in orientation. However, we finished the race triumphantly.
In addition to all these activities and achievements, I have also excelled in a number of song contests and sporting events during primary school and have also participated in folk dance.