The MEAE is proposing a general increase of EUR 3 million to immigrant integration and work permit procedures
The MEAE is proposing a general increase of EUR 3 million to streamline immigrant integration and work permit procedures in 2020. The additional funds would especially boost the resources of Employment and Economic Development Offices for identifying the skills of immigrants, and the role of municipal centres of expertise and organisations in integrating immigrants.
Vietnamese arrived in Finland 40 years ago; employment played a major role in their integration
A recent study of the Vietnamese in Finland, commissioned by the Centre of Expertise in Immigrant Integration, identifies education and career guidance offered to young people, employment promotion measures, native language lessons, and reception and integration services in the Vietnamese language as the key contributors to successful integration.
Talent Boost Cookbook gives recipes for international talent management
Talent Boost Cookbook is a handbook containing good practices for international talent management in Finland. The Cookbook is intended to serve as a practical guide for those working with international talent attraction and retention, and for those who want to learn more about the international talent scene in Finland.
Centre of Expertise in Immigrant Integration and integration.fi have been supporting integration work for five years. Improve the integration.fi website with us
For five years, the Centre of Expertise in Immigrant Integration and integration.fi have provided news on current topics, statistics, studies and other support for various parties and professionals involved in the integration of immigrants. It is now time to modernise the structure and content of the website – a service offered by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment – and make it more compatible with present and future needs. Please answer the survey and help us build better services at integration.fi. You can also let us know if you would like to participate in a website development workshop.
The Welcome to Finland guide has been published
The updated Welcome to Finland guide has been published. The InfoFinland online editorial staff and authorities have worked in collaboration through 2018 to update the outdated information in the old guide. At the time of publication, the guide’s statutory distributors have been given a set of updated instructions for ordering and distributing the guides. Other parties can order the Welcome to Finland card, which contains instructions on how to find the guide on the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment website.
Refugee reception manual
In the refugee reception manual, you will find the basic facts on such matters as the entry of quota refugees and the initial-stage arrangements in municipalities.Read more about the reception of refugees