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 …
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.
Finland is the only country in the developed world where dads spend more time with school-aged children than mothers. Source: OECD
There are more than 3m saunas and just 5.4m people in Finland. That means all Finns could go to sauna at the same time.
An early pioneer of gender equality, Finland launched the International Gender Equality Prize in 2017 as part of its centenary celebrations.
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.
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
Finland is voted number one by expat parents in the world. Parents had nothing negative to say about their children’s health, safety or well-being in Finland. 70% of expats said the quality of education in Finland is excellent, compared to …
Explore the Finnish education system and its success factors.
There are many female decision makers in Finnish politics.
Women’s employment rate is comparatively high in Finland.