Finland is a top country to be a woman
The new global Women, Peace and Security Index, launched at the United Nations, has placed Finland as the sixth-best country for women out of the 153 countries.
Finland remains highly competitive globally
Finland has kept its 10th place in the annual Global Competitiveness Report produced by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Finland places second in human capital
Finland has been ranked right behind top-performing Norway in the Human Capital Index 2017, which measures 130 countries in terms of human capital development.
Finnish universities ranked highly again
The results of this year’s international Times Higher Education ranking contain some familiar faces in Finnish education.
Helsinki one of world’s most liveable cities
Finland’s capital has been ranked ninth in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual survey of living conditions globally.
Helsinki a top city for startup workers
People working in the startup industry in Helsinki can expect a high quality of life and excellent social security. These are the findings of a new global study conducted by Nestpick.
Finland remains socially progressive globally
The Social Progress Index has ranked Finland second overall in its annual survey.
Helsinki tops list for congresses in Nordics
According to The Union of International Associations (UIA) statistics, Helsinki is now the most popular city for international association meetings in the Nordic region.
Finland in top 10 for kids’ rights
Finland is among the 10 countries in the world that best respect children’s rights, reveals the KidsRights Index 2017.
Finland again the least fragile state
Finland is again found at the very bottom place in the Fragile State Index, based on a conflict assessment framework by The Fund for Peace (FFP).