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Finlandia: un espejo en el que mirarnos
Subsidios y ayudas en finlandia - Society pays different allowances and benefits to guarantee that everyone has an equal opportunity to participate in working life and society. Financial support is given for studying, having a family, unemployment and many other situations.
Página web de Varttua - Varttua is a national web service maintained by the Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) group of National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL). Varttua offers ECEC news, an event calendar, useful links and other information.
On the Nordic Social Care Model: Finland as an example - Katja Repo. LSocSc, Research Fellow Department of Social Policy and Social Work 33014 University of Tampere, Finland
National Policy Definition on Early Childhood Education and Care - Government Resolution Concerning the National Policy Definition on Early Childhood Education and Care. Helsinki, 2003. 28 pp.
Handbook of child care policies and programs - Capítulo sobre Finlandia elaborado por Eeva Huttunen y Merja-Maaria Turunen. Handbook of child care policies and programs. Moncrieff Cochran (editor) Greenwood Press (Enlace a googlebooks)
Folleto Early Childhood Education and Care in Finland - Folleto de 12 páginas del Ministry of Social Affairs and Health 2004:14 sobre la Educación Infantil
Family Carer Act (312/1992) - Family carer means a person who, based on a commission agreement made with the municipality or joint municipal board responsible for arranging care, gives in his/her home such family care as is referred to in section 25 of the Social Welfare Act (710/1982).
Early Childhood Education in Finland. Liisa Heinämäki - Folleto de 10 páginas elaborado en 2008 por Liisa Heinämäki (Senior researcher and head of office of STAKES —National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health— Jyväskylä Satellite Office
Child Welfare Act (683/1983) - The purpose of child welfare is to ensure a child the rights mentioned in section 1 by providing a good general growing environment, by assisting the custodians in child upbringing and by providing family-oriented and individual child welfare.