There is a rise in Anti-Islam sentiment in Finland. What is behind Islamophobia and how it affects the youth?
22 year old Elena is an engineer and an entrepreneur. She moved to Finland alone when she was only 17. She is talking about the challenges of life in Helsinki.
The big Concert Hall of Musiikkitalo, Helsinki Music Centre is echoing with the sounds of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra tuning their instruments and preparing for the final practice before the evening´s concert. Three first timers joined in.
Aqeela Asifi is an Afghan teacher at the Kot Chandna refugee camp in Pakistan. She is promoting girls’ right to education.
Every year thousands die trying to cross Mediterranean in quest to arrive in Europe. What makes young Somalians take this perilous journey?
Ahmed Alalousi is a photographer and a beatboxer. He is taking part in Refugee Talent Finland competition.
Every third new business in Helsinki area is started by an immigrant entrepreneur. One of them is Sohrab Mohammad, 27.
”My name is Leila and I am 15. I have been in Finland for a week now. Our journey here was long. I am still tired. We walked so so much and so long.
How many police officers there are in Finland? Is it possible for an immigrant to become a police in Finland? There were many open questions, when the Helsinki Police department came to an international meeting café.
Habiba Ali, 29. Cordinator at Finn Church Aid Reach Out -project shares what keeps her motivated.