Posts Tagged: Integration of immigrants in Finland

Finland’s immigration policy must look beyond Europe

One of the biggest challenges facing Finland in the next few decades will be defining what role immigrants will play in our society. Anti-immigration groups like the True Finns would like to place immigrants under a magnifying glass (see Nuiva campaign document) while other parties have taken more lukewarm stances.

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Why integration does not work effectively in Finland

One of the most important matters for immigrants and their children is to find a place in society. This can be done through work (opportunity) and most importantly by acceptance. In the same way, some immigrants that move to Finland have to adjust to a whole new type of society based on cultural diversity.

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YLE: Närpes Becomes Magnet for Immigrants

The western town of Närpes in Ostrobothnia has become a model for the successful integration of immigrants, reports YLE. Home to more than 30 nationalities, today one in ten inhabitants of this small town have foreign roots.

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