To kick things off with this blog I have collected some information about substance use and abuse in Finland. As I wasn´t that familiar with the subject myself I felt that it might be useful to start from the basics before getting deeper into other issues surrounding this topic.Lue lisää About substance abuse in Finland
Thinking about all the troubling things I have faced I am not here just to complain about them. I am here to do something to make things better for myself and for others. I have received a lot of support from my classmates as well as from different organizations and communities.Lue lisää Bring me the light, the future
As someone who migrated from a developing country, like most immigrants, every country in Europe seemed close to perfect in every way. When looking at Europe from far, it seemed as if there are no financial issues here, no citizen is suffering to get a shelter or starving and that the first priority in these countries are to see that every citizen has at least basic needs fulfilled such as a roof over their head, clothes and food. In manyLue lisää Homelessness in Europe – A Hidden Truth
I’m Henrietta and this is my life. I am studying social services in English. I have stayed in Spain for many times and I will do my exchange there the next year. My best friend lives in Spain. My Russian speaking parents live most of the year in Spain. I love travelling and I have a lot of friends in different countries. My boyfriend and his family are from Congo and speak Kinyarwanda.
So, tell me, am I 100% Finnish person who´s home is in Finland?Lue lisää Troubling things
Dear Reader, according to the UN´s Sustainable Development Goal #8, the job creation happens by improving women´s employment possibilities, by educating the youth and providing them with the skills which match the labour market needs. The local communities and authorities need to cooperate in this plan and work towards building a more communal society.Lue lisää How does one create those decent jobs? PART 2