Freedom of choice and universal access to opportunities are the basis for Finnish equality. The reader is presented with brave forerunners of equality and various Finnish families to learn about the possibilities to reconciliate one’s career and family life, the …
Finland is the 4th most transparent country in the world with open business and government practices and well-distributed political power. It is one of the least corrupted countries and among the world’s strongest democracies and affluent nations. Source: U.S. News …
Women and girls are the number one priority in Finland’s development policy. Ensuring the education and well-being of girls makes for a better, happier society for all.
Finns have the best opportunities in Europe to develop their skills at work. Source: European Working Conditions
Finland ranked 1st among the countries that had most political and civil freedom in year 2018. The Freedom in the World 2018 uses indicators such as Freedom status, Political Rights and Civil Liberties. Source: Freedom House
The EU Social Justice Index measures six key dimensions of social justice: poverty prevention, equitable education, labour market access, social cohesion & non-discrimination, health, and intergenerational justice. Finland was ranked the 3rd most socially just country in the EU. Source: …
Kela’s maternity package, a Finnish innovation in well-being, was introduced 80 years ago. The Finnish maternity package has for several decades been the only one of its kind worldwide.
“Facts about Finland” brochure in Czech
As an early pioneer and now world leader in gender equality, Finland establishes International Gender Equality Award.
Historical timeline of gender equality in Finland, presented by Ministry of Social Affairs and Health of Finland
A concise Nations Brand report 2016 for Finland analysing the Finnish nation brand
General video of Finland presented through music