Some Finnish churches are taking part in a movement where rejected, actual asylum applications are being read aloud in churches and chapels around Finland. The Lutheran Church of Finland wants to make people more aware of the situation many asylum seekers face.
Municipal elections are held in Finland 9th of April. We met two young candidates in Helsinki. Also included some information on who has the right to vote.
What is life like when you are 20 years old and serving a sentence in prison? Dimitri shares his story to help others.
What is hate crime and who are the victims? In London a mobile app has been developed to make reporting hate crime easier. Still too many go unreported.
Senior constable Susanna Mara from Helsinki Police Department knows well the young people in her area, down to their nicknames. She wants to be available to help – also online.
How does it feel to go to school first time at the age of 18? Ahmed shares his story.
Nosa, 25 has finally found a place where she can be herself. The journey has not been easy.
African food is not yet well known in Finland. A small restaurant in Helsinki is on a mission to change that.
Violence, hate crime, illegal working conditions. Undocumented migrants are in vulnerable position. But when an undocumented migrant becomes a victim of crime in Finland, it is rarely reported to the police.
Finnish language is changing, as it is increasingly spoken by people with multicultural background. We need to be more accepting, when it comes to different ways of using a language.