Originally established by the Finnish government in 2017, the year the country celebrated the 100th anniversary of its independence, the International Gender Equality Prize promotes equality on a global scale.
For the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages (2019), we talk to some of the people who are helping keep Sámi languages alive in Finland, and find out why that is so important. Hint: It’s a matter of communication, culture and identity.
in the Most Reputable Countries ranking
Source: The Reputation Institute
Who do you think deserves the next edition of the Finland-based International Gender Equality Prize?
Do you know of someone who builds and defends equality? From October 25 to December 31, 2018, you can nominate a candidate for the next International Gender Equality Prize, a biennial award presented in Tampere, Finland.
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Population of Finland
Source: Statistics Finland