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InfoFinland is funded by Partner municipalities and the state. In 2021–2024, state funding is received from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, the Ministry of the Environment, Kela and the Finnish Tax Administration.

InfoFinland is developed in cooperation with its funders. People who are planning to move to Finland can easily find information – in several languages – on living, housing, working and studying in Finland through InfoFinland.


Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment is responsible for preparing issues related to integration in Finland. The Centre of Expertise in Immigrant Integration supports work promoting the integration of immigrants locally, regionally and nationally.

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Integration of immigrants

Ministry of Education and Culture

The Ministry of Education and Culture is responsible for the development and international cooperation related to education, research, culture, sports, and child and youth policy.

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The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is in charge of the planning, steering and implementation of social and health policy. Several independent institutions and agencies operate in the Ministry’s administrative sector, such as THL, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, and Kela, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland.

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Ministry of the Environment

The Ministry of the Environment is in charge of the preparation of matters connected to communities, man-made environment, housing, natural diversity, sustainable use of natural resources and environmental protection.

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Kela (the Social Insurance Institution of Finland)

Kela takes care of the basic security of people living in Finland in various life situations. Kela’s customers include all people who are covered by Finnish social security and living in Finland or abroad.

Finnish Tax Administration

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City of Helsinki

Publishes and manages InfoFinland.

Municipalities involved in the cooperation agreement

City of Espoo, City of Vantaa, City of Kauniainen

City of Turku, City of Tampere, City of Vaasa, City of Kokkola, City of Raahe, Siikajoki, Pyhäjoki, City of Iisalmi, City of Kajaani, City of Oulu.

Cooperation agreement of InfoFinland

The funders of InfoFinland have signed a cooperation agreement on the implementation and funding principles of the InfoFinland online service for 2021–2024.

The contracting parties attach importance to nationwide online communication aimed at immigrants, those considering moving to Finland and immigration authorities, through which relevant information on integration and living in Finland can be easily found in one place.

The service provides immigrants with multilingual general information about Finnish society and local information about the municipalities participating in the service.

The implementation of the agreement is monitored by a steering group.

New operators are welcome to develop multilingual communication for immigrants and to join the InfoFinland cooperation agreement.

Further information related to joining is provided by InfoFinland’s Chief Editor Eija Kyllönen-Saarnio, eija.kyllonen-saarnio(at)