The Child Strategy was published in 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. The first implementation plan for the Child Strategy was published in October 2021.
More information and understanding needed about the autism spectrum
Increasing information about autism is one step towards a child- and family-friendly Finland that respects the rights of the child. Autism Finland will publish an autism guide as part of implementing the National Child Strategy in late 2022. All adults should experience autistic children and young people primarily as children and young people, says Elina Vienonen in her blog. Read the blog! More information and understanding needed about the autism spectrum
Children and adolescents to get their own child welfare handbook
Thirty measures have been drawn up based on the National Child Strategy to promote the realisation of the rights of the child in Finland. A child welfare handbook for children and adolescents is being created as one of the measures in the implementation plan by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Read more in the blog written by Lotta Saariluoma and Pasi Pollari. Children and adolescents to get their own child welfare handbook
Art and culture are part of a good childhood and youth
Art and culture belong to every child and it is up to adults to offer children and young people these experiences. writes Tiina Susiluoto. Read the article in the Blog Series on the National Child Strategy. Art and culture are part of a good childhood and youth
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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