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Finland-Society: Many expatriate Finns dream about returning to Finland

December 16, 2020 There are about 300,000 Finnish citizens living overseas, and more than 250,000 of them are eligible voters. Throughout the entire 2010s, there...
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The Finland Society’s office is closed for the remainder of 2020 as the staff...

THE FINLAND SOCIETY’S office at Mariankatu 8, Helsinki, is closed due to pipe repairs in the building. The renovation is expected to last until the beginning of...

Expatriate Finns are a significant resource for all of Finland

Text: Kari Martiala Photos: Prime Minister's Office The article was published in Finland Bridge magazine 2/2020 “I’m sending greetings to all Finns and their families living overseas.”...

Finnish Expatriate Parliaments Greatest Achievement: Dual Citizenship

25.5.2020 We asked expatriate Finns what they considered to be the greatest achievement of the Finnish Expatriate Parliament (FEP). According to a vast majority (70%)...

Finland Society’s Information Services provides advice to Finns abroad and those returning to Finland

24 March, 2020 Please, call or send your questions to Helena Balash +358 (0)44 710 9386, [email protected] Our office hours are Mon-Fri from 9AM to 3PM (local time) Finnish citizens...

Journalist Eeva Lennon is Finnish Expatriate of the Year 2020

Finland Society has selected the UK-based journalist Eeva Lennon as Finnish Expatriate of the Year 2020. With this recognition, the society wishes to highlight...

Let’s make the 2020s a Finnish expatriate decade!

17.1.2020 This year expatriate Finns will be seen and heard widely in Finland. The Finland Society will arrange the tenth session of the Finnish Expatriate...