Duo Library: Intercultural Municipal Elections 2017
The municipalities have a great deal of power and the elected councillors have multiple opportunities to advance the well-being of intercultural and bilingual families. Voting is the only way to have influence on the issues that are important to you. Learn about your candidates, contact them and use your vote! Remember that you don’t need a Finnish passport, because foreign citizens also have the right to vote. Read more about the municipal elections from Duo Library.
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Duo Living Room meetings take place all over Finland
Duo Living Room is a meeting place for parents and children of intercultural families, where you can discuss everyday life in an intercultural family in a relaxed atmosphere. Come to meet other intercultural families of your area! More information
Duo Blog: When a foreigner fell in love with a Finn and learned to live in a strange culture
She moved to Finland 30 years ago to follow her heart. How has life treated her and has Finland become her home? Read about the experiences and coping strategies of a love migrant from Duo Blog.
Duo Blog: Me, myself and I - my trilingual identity
"I never questioned my trilingualism until I became an adult and had to defend it regularly. I still couldn’t tell you which is the language in which I ‘experience a sense of self’. That’s mainly because I am 100% myself in all three. I am just three different selves." Read more