Aydin Yilmaz moved to Finland in the 2000s from the Kurdish region of Turkey.
We must not refrain from asking difficult questions, but at the same time we must not give in to violence, derision and fear.
Status quo in Turku
The number of arrivals in Finland has decreased during the winter, which is why it has become possible
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Based on the suggestions made by the residents of Turku, the City of Turku has appointed Berhan Ahmadi as the year’s New Citizen o
You have the right to receive information about how matters are prepared and decisions are made in your city and to get your voice heard easily.
Päivi Nerg congratulated the new citizens of Finland and reminded attendees that gaining citizenship is not easy, requiring severa
City of Turku youth services is going to organize an Erasmus+ youth-exchange for young people aged 18–29 years to work in workshops doing all kind
Your First Finnish Friend is a WhatsApp campaign by Infopankki, a multilingual website providing information to people who have just moved to Finland. Every weekday in September and October you’ll receive a message about the most important things you should know about Finland: language, health, transportation, work and leisure.
Starting a job in a new country may be challenging and raise many questions: how am I expected to behave at the workplace, what are my rights and responsibilities and how will I adjust to the work community?
– In a way, we are a midway point.
The photographs of the one hundred residents of Turku will be spread across the city during 2017, Finland’s 100th year of independence.
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Turku is one of the most culturally diverse cities in Finland.
The ideas of the Reformation came to revolutionise Central Europe in the early 1500s. These new teachings arrived first into Turku and spread from there to other parts of the country. Mikael Agricola, the Bishop of Turku, was the most prominent reformer in Finland. He was the father of written Finnish and made his life’s work in Turku.
In the dozens of suggestions submitted by Turku residents, the 2017 New Citizen of Turku, Paco Diop, was described as a helpful, k
The main speech of the event was delivered by Director Tuomas Martikainen from the Institute of Migration, while Vadi
The Lauste school in eastern Turku has long traditions in teaching children with an immigrant background.
The 38-year-old Australian travels often because of his work, so in Finland, he enjoys culture events and also time at home.