Finland’s first National Child Strategy was published in 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.
Blog: The Child Strategy follow-up report provides information for the new government
The follow-up report on the National Child Strategy was published in March 2023. The report includes a concise overview of the state of well-being of children, young people and families, as well as a description of the implementation of the strategy and the achievement of its objectives. The report also outlines the Child Strategy measures for the parliamentary term 2023–2027. Read our blog! The Child Strategy follow-up report provides information for the new government
Blog: Action required to uphold children’s right to participate in cultural life
Childhood is an important stage in life to build ones identity. What measures have been taken in Finland to promote children’s right to cultural life? Read Heidi Rantanen and Eeva Laitinens blog. Read the blog
Online trainings on children's rights in Finnish and Swedish
A customized training package on the rights of the child in various fields has been published. The free online trainings are open to everyone and suitable for anyone who works with children or their affairs. The trainings have been implemented as part of the implementation of the National Child Strategy in cooperation with eOppiva. Read more about the training package