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Access to justice in the murder cases of Jaakkola and Cariño (FIN/MEX)

Talks and discussions

Bety Cariño and Jyri Jaakkola, participants of a human rights observation caravan on its way to the indigenous community of San Juan Copala, were m...

Interview with Phyllis Omido: Shedding light on environmental activism – a Kenyan view (FIN/KEN)

Talks and discussions

“Our Constitution guarantees us the right to a clean and healthy environment and the right to the freedom of expression.” Phyllis Omido founded the...

Interview: Eradicating poverty through community action (NGR)

Talks and discussions

When measuring the health of mothers and children, Nigeria is among the worst in the world.

Kepa Talks: Active Syrians at home and around the world (FIN/SYR)

Talks and discussions

The war in Syria has lasted for six years. 11 million people have fled their homes, half of them staying in other countries.

Kepa Talks: Sustainable development goals in Tanzania (TAN)

Talks and discussions

How are the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals faring in Tanzania and how is the civil society engaged in their achievement?

Kepa Talks: The struggling civil society of Nicaragua and the world (FIN/NCA/TAN)

Talks and discussions

Since 2007 Daniel Ortega’s regime has systematically limited Nicaraguan civil society's possibilities to act.

Maailman Kuvalehti interview: Colombia's generation of peace (COL)

Talks and discussions

War has been the norm in Colombia for 52 years. Last October, a potential peace agreement was voted down in a referendum.

Panel discussion: Culture and integration in the Nordic countries (FIN/DEN/NOR/SWE/SYR)

Talks and discussions

How can culture help immigrants integrate? How important are art experiences and creative work in the integration process?

Street Librarian

Film programme

Tanzanian librarian Edward Fungo has decided to turn his home country into an information society, one person at a time.

The Wait (SWE)

Film programme

In his autobiographical documentary The Wait, director Maher Abdulaziz studies the struggles refugees who escaped the war in Syria face in Europea...

Tuokio-klubi: Viitasen Piia – words and music about civil societ

Music

The band’s performance is preceded by Arts Coordinator Oskari Mänttäri’s interview with Viitasen Piia on the topic of civil society.

When Two Worlds Collide (PER/GBR/USA)

Film programme

The government of Peruvian President Alan Garcia hopes that the natural resources in the Amazon rainforests will bring the country both economic gr...

Why don't you ask us? Refugees and media (AFG/IRQ/SOM)

Talks and discussions

Many refugees have backgrounds in journalism and the media. What would they like to contribute to the public discourse of Finland?

Interview with Phyllis Omido: Shedding light on environmental activism – a Kenyan view (FIN/KEN)

Talks and discussions

“Our Constitution guarantees us the right to a clean and healthy environment and the right to the freedom of expression.” Phyllis Omido founded the...

Interview: Eradicating poverty through community action (NGR)

Talks and discussions

When measuring the health of mothers and children, Nigeria is among the worst in the world.

Kepa Talks: Active Syrians at home and around the world (FIN/SYR)

Talks and discussions

The war in Syria has lasted for six years. 11 million people have fled their homes, half of them staying in other countries.

Kepa Talks: Sustainable development goals in Tanzania (TAN)

Talks and discussions

How are the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals faring in Tanzania and how is the civil society engaged in their achievement?

Panel discussion: Culture and integration in the Nordic countries (FIN/DEN/NOR/SWE/SYR)

Talks and discussions

How can culture help immigrants integrate? How important are art experiences and creative work in the integration process?

Street Librarian

Film programme

Tanzanian librarian Edward Fungo has decided to turn his home country into an information society, one person at a time.

The Wait (SWE)

Film programme

In his autobiographical documentary The Wait, director Maher Abdulaziz studies the struggles refugees who escaped the war in Syria face in Europea...

Tuokio-klubi: Viitasen Piia – words and music about civil societ

Music

The band’s performance is preceded by Arts Coordinator Oskari Mänttäri’s interview with Viitasen Piia on the topic of civil society.

Access to justice in the murder cases of Jaakkola and Cariño (FIN/MEX)

Talks and discussions

Bety Cariño and Jyri Jaakkola, participants of a human rights observation caravan on its way to the indigenous community of San Juan Copala, were m...

Kepa Talks: The struggling civil society of Nicaragua and the world (FIN/NCA/TAN)

Talks and discussions

Since 2007 Daniel Ortega’s regime has systematically limited Nicaraguan civil society's possibilities to act.

Maailman Kuvalehti interview: Colombia's generation of peace (COL)

Talks and discussions

War has been the norm in Colombia for 52 years. Last October, a potential peace agreement was voted down in a referendum.

When Two Worlds Collide (PER/GBR/USA)

Film programme

The government of Peruvian President Alan Garcia hopes that the natural resources in the Amazon rainforests will bring the country both economic gr...

Why don't you ask us? Refugees and media (AFG/IRQ/SOM)

Talks and discussions

Many refugees have backgrounds in journalism and the media. What would they like to contribute to the public discourse of Finland?