This interview has been given by Eva Biaudet, some days before she was included in the list of candidates for the Swedish People Party for the next Parliamentary elections. It is focused on her career, on what is important for her and on her activity as the Finnish Ombudsman for non-discrimination. She tells about herself and expresses her views on how the situation of human rights in Finland is threatened by an unwholesome evolution of the Finnish public.
Election interview: Pentti Arajärvi expresses his views on the evolution of the Social Democratic Party and on the coming elections
Pentti Arajärvi, who has kindly accepted this interview with Finland Politics, is professor of Social Law at the University of Helsinki. He is a deeply respected citizen, known for his modesty, his sense of humour, his knowledge of the Finnish society, and his interest for Finland’s citizens, shown through the fact that he has been active in non-governmental organisations active in social matters during his entire adult life,. He is also the husband of Tarja Halonen, who was the President of Finland between 2000 and 2012.
Interview: Pirkko Mäkinen, Ombudsman for equality, worried about the situation in Finland, encourages the political parties to take action
Pirkko Mäkinen, Finnish Ombudsman for Equality between women and men, expresses deep concerns about the situation in Finland.
Elections interview: Pekka Sinisalo, President and candidate of the Finns party for Uusimaa, about the main challenges to come for Finland
Pekka Sinisalo, President and candidate of the Finns party in Uusimää, expresses his views on the EU, the Greek crisis, the euro, the situation of schools and of the police, immigration and employment.
Will M. Stubb’s government decide to ask subsidies for Finland from the (dubious) European Fund for Strategic Investments?
There seems to be some hesitations and change of mind in the Finnish government when it comes to decide if Finland will ask or not to benefit from the European Fund for Strategic Investments. A clever, but possibly inefficient financial… Read More ›
Some days ago, a study published by Maria Ohisalo (photo) with Pr Juho Saari from the University of Eastern Finland was analysing the development of bread queues in the country. There are today around 20 000 people using this service… Read More ›