Service group: Democracy and Inclusion
The government proposal on legislation concerning the reform of public employment and business services (TE services) has been circulated in municipalities for commenting. In the reform, the organisation of the TE services will be transferred from the central government to the local governments. The
This page has information about how you can impact your city. You can also find information about who represents you in Vantaa and what kind of activities you can take part in in Vantaa.
The Roma population of Vantaa amounts to approximately 2,000 persons. The local Roma People’s Working Group in Vantaa links the minority to municipal operations. The Working Group seeks to promote opportunities for local Roma people to participate in decision-making processes improving their living
Resident and user panels are groups consisting of local residents that are involved in the preparation of city services and projects.
Asukasfoorumi is a biannual event where the city administration meets in one part of the city to interact with the residents and discuss the topical issues in that area.
The city distributes grants to support events and activities that make Vantaa a better place to live in. Organizations' operating grants and artist grants must be applied for during their specific application periods, target grants can be applied for throughout the year. Various employment subsidies
The aim is to introduce the new Vantaa feedback and grant application system by the end of 2022.
The big issues in Finland, Europe and the world will be solved in cities – whether we are talking about combating climate change, accelerating sustainable growth or solving talent shortages. Cities are building a sustainable future through EU networks and projects.
The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals enable a horizontal examination of the future challenges and functions of cities.