How do You imagine lifelong learning?
Skills, re-skilling and lifelong learning are some of the most popular topics in today’s work-life discussion, both nationally and internationally. The subject covers interests in raising the employment rate and preparing for the future transformations of work among others.
Persons with disabilities in humanitarian action: advantages of local partnerships.
During the 33rd International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent in Geneva, Finland, together with Australia, Finnish Red Cross, ICRC, IFRC and the International Disability Alliance (IDA), organized a side-event on Disability Partnerships.
The Finnish forest sector promotes the more sustainable future.
This year’s meeting of the Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry (COFFI) and the 5th European Forest Week revolves around the topic of the circular economy. We are moving towards a non-linear economic model that is based on recycling, reusing, minimizing waste and lowering carbon emissions.
How to Adapt to Climate Change? Interview with Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
The emission reductions agreed in the Paris Climate Agreement have not progressed quickly enough. The UN Secretary-General António Guterres organizes a climate summit in New York to speed up the implementation of the Agreement.
WMO reforms in full speed
Mr. Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), is determined to modernize the organization. The aim is to develop a more open and efficient structure that delivers tangible benefits both to the WMO member countries as well as to the Planet Earth as a whole.
International Labour Organization - A Century in the Pursuit of Social Justice
International Geneva will experience a historical moment this year when the ILO celebrates its Centenary. This moment provides an opportune moment to pause, reflect and recall all the steps taken and look ahead. The ILO’s topical issue for the Centenary is the future of work.
Postal voting 2019: order voting documents (ID 379861)
A possibility to vote by post will be introduced in the parliamentary elections of spring 2019. This means that eligible voters who reside abroad permanently (expatriate Finns) and eligible voters who reside in Finland but are abroad at the time of the elections may vote by post. Advance voting will be arranged at Finnish diplomatic and consular missions abroad in the same manner as before.
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