Sanna Marin will replace Antti Rinne, who has been leading the party since 2014.
Women have always been multitaskers with a temperament of a surgeon when dealing with a sticky situation, and it is now that the world has sat up and taken notice of our superpower.
The pandemic COVID-19 has infected above four lakh people and killed as many as 19,000 people globally. The health emergency…
Finland’s women-led government passed a policy which gives each parent nearly seven months of paid leave, for a total of 14 months of paid leave.
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Finland’s neighbour Sweden had put six-hours woking day into effect two years ago. Employees have been reported to be happier, healthier and more productive sine then.
From a young Greta Thunberg influencing the conversation around climate action to a female-led government in Finland, 2019 has been an inspirational year for women worldwide. We go through the year and bring you ten defining moments from the past year.
Marin began her political career in 2012 after she was elected to the local council in the southern city of Tampere in Finland.
34 year old Sanna Marin will swear as Finland’s Prime Minister. Four other parties in Finland’s coalition government are also led by women.
After her appointment as the Prime Minister, she will be the youngest ever sitting PM in history, followed by Kim Jong Un who is said to be 35 years old.