Ukrainians in Finland
Authors: Eija Eronen, Rolle Alho, Mari Paljakka, Atte Penttilä, Jenni Simonen, Matti Välimäki, and Tuija Väyrynen
Partners: Ministry of the Interior and Sitra
The war in Ukraine continues, and the crisis is in many ways also reflected in Finland. The Ukrainians in Finland 2022 survey provides insights into how Ukrainians who have fled to Finland feel about their lives. Based on statistical and interview data, it also sheds light on the views of professionals working with refugees about Ukrainians and their service needs. The publication helps to broaden the debate on the consequences of the war and to assess what Finland should prepare for in spring 2023.
Lue julkaisu täältä: Ukrainalaiset Suomessa 2022
Ministry of the Interior’s release: Review of Ukrainians in Finland: Ukrainians will continue to be an important immigrant group (19.1.2023)
Project publications (in Finnish)
Blog: More foreign workers are entering the Finnish labour market – and some of them have to pay money for it
E2 Research’s new report states: Money and war motivate Ukrainian seasonal workers in Finland
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New study: Foreign Employees Appreciate Finnish Work Culture – Yet Many Struggle at the Beginning of Their Career
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