The Suomi.fi Quality Tools service aims to improve public digital services by developing unified measurement tools that collect data from all levels of the public sector, increasing accessibility and transparency for end users.
The long-running Helsinki Youth Budget engages thousands of young people across the city every year, who propose, negotiate, and vote on ideas for activities and services aimed at 12-17 year-old residents.
A new entrepreneurial spirit is being fostered in schools in Finland with an entrepreneurship training that focuses on learning-by-doing, nudging teachers to keep a habit of lifelong learning.
A culture of responsibility around climate change is created in a small town through local, climate-friendly actions.
Finland has become the first country in the world to allow people to electronically authorize another person to make important decisions for them online.