The National Child Strategy was published in 23rd of February 2021. It is based on fundamental and human rights treaties, and its vision is a genuinely child- and family-friendly Finland that respects the rights of the child.
How can the implementation of the Child Strategy best be promoted? Read more on our recent blog!
The monitoring working group for the National Child Strategy organised a seminar facilitated by the Itla Children’s Foundation on 17 May, which focused on the implementation plan for the National Child Strategy. What did the seminar participants consider to be the most important follow-up measures? Read Hanna Heinonen and Riitta Särkelä's blog about the work within the group. The implementation of the National Child Strategy demands change
The blog series on the National Child Strategy begins!
In her article, Johanna Laisaari, Secretary General of the Child Strategy, presents a new blog series that will be launched during the summer. Read more about the blog series! Will the National Child Strategy change our society?
Read Pasi Pollari's blog about the pilot for the Child Strategy
Pasi Pollari is an expert working with the Inclusion Project in Child Welfare. Read more about his thoughts on the pilot project. The model will be piloted during the spring of 2021, when the reform of the Child Welfare Act is prepared. Read a blog about the pilot project
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most widely ratified human rights treaty in the world. The National Child Strategy will ensure that the obligations of the Convention are met as well as possible in Finland.
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