Posts Tagged: Red Cross

THE LONG INTERVIEW: Rebecka Holm, the adolescent who spoke out against racism, yesterday and today

Rebecka Holm is the brave adolescent from Helsinki, who in 2012 spoke out against the racist harassment she regularly experienced on the way to school. She got fed up with the situation and wrote a letter to the Swedish daily, HBL, denouncing what she and her friends experienced too often. “If Finland is now the most

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Seiska: Keuruu’s reception center manager Rasul Azizan relieved of duties by Red Cross due to “loss of confidence”

The manager of the Keuruu asylum reception center, Rasul Azizan, has been relieved of his duties by his employer the Red Cross due to “loss of confidence,” according to Seiska. In May last year, Deputy Manager Jari Sillantie of the Kolari asylum reception center was sacked by the Red Cross because “he wasn’t suited for the job.”

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Is the Kolari asylum reception center a copy of PS immigration and regional policy that is unconstitutional?

There is a strong argument that the Kolari reception center, located in the far-flung village of 3,857 inhabitants in the middle of nowhere, is a copy of Perussuomalaiset (PS)* and specifically Social Welfare Minister Hanna Mäntylä’s contempt against asylum seekers and of regional policy that is unconstitutional.

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Rasmus’ Thibault said Against racism! Facebook site is being targeted unfairly

Christian Thibault, chairman of Rasmus, Finland’s only national umbrella group against racism, said in a statement that the Red Cross site on Facebook that manages the Against racism! page has been unfairly targeted by critics for linking one of Reija Härkönen’s opinion pieces. “I was alerted by a number of people about this today,” he

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