FCP for alumni starts on 10 June
ThisisFINLAND’s first Foreign Correspondents Programme (FCP) for alumni will bring to Finland ten journalists and media professionals who have participated in the programme in earlier years. The alumni programme will take place from 10 to 15 June. We aim to offer the participants an updated picture of Finland.
Finland contributes to strengthening nuclear safety
When agreements are breeched and broken away from, arms control and arms limitation efforts are facing difficult times. There is one goal, however, that brings states together: they share the view that international cooperation is needed to prevent terrorists from undermining safety in society.
Finland participates in the strengthening of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Belarus
A tender submitted jointly by Finland and Austria has won a contract for implementing a Twinning project in Belarus. The two-year project will develop the expertise and activities of the Belarusian Ministry of Emergency Situations.
Lessons learned from school feeding in Finland
School meals have increasingly been recognised as an investment in a nation’s future, and now more countries are becoming interested in organising their own school feeding programmes. The Finnish system of providing a free meal during the school day may help countries that are thinking of launching or improving their system of school feeding.