A question: Is it legal for the City of Oulu to ban asylum seekers from visiting schools and daycare centers?
Whatever way you look at this temporary ban, it is suspect. What about if these asylum seekers and refugees want to send their children to a school or daycare in Oulu?
I believe that this is beyond discrimination and a legal case should be brought against the City of Oulu.
Would it be possible to get a group of lawyers, NGOs and other activists to lodge a complaint to the parliamentary ombudsman?
Non-Discrimination Ombudsman Kirsi Pimiä’s response in Yle News is dodgy. She said we should be careful in generalizing but adds: “However, Oulu’s decision is not discriminatory because there is no common right to visit schools or daycares,” Pimiä added.
Could someone tell me what she saying?