Let's Work Together

Action Group in Tampere


What is Let´s Work Together?

How can you integrate into society if there is no common language and information about education or employment opportunities is hard to come by even in English?

Let´s Work Together -Action Group (in English)


Who are the members of Let´s Work Together?

If you are interested to know about  Let’s Work Together -action groups members and how they started to work together, please read about it here:

Our members in the University of Tampere (in Finnish)


“Suomessa oleminen on muuttanut myös unelmiani”


Interview from one of our interns for  “AVIISI“ -magazine here:

Interview in Aviisi (in Finnish)


“Yliopisto etsii paikkaansa pakolaiskriisissä”


About Saara and her report you can find information here:

Uutinen UTA (in Finnish)


Saara Peltonen / Kuva: Jonne Renvall



Featured post

Visitors from International Science Art Education Association, Turkey

A Project group from Mersin, Turkey (International Science Art Education Association, UBISED) visited in Tampere on 10.-16.11.2019. The group was especially interested in hearing and sharing experiences about migrant integration and refugee situation both in Finland and Turkey. On Monday 11.11., Katriina Tapanila, Anna Ojapelto and Nasrin Jinia welcomed the group to the faculty of education and culture. Katriina and Anna introduced the context of migration and integration in Finland and the Catch up with Work -project to the group and Nasrin was helping the visitors and joining many of the activities with them throughout the week.

During their stay, the project group visited in various places working within migrant integration (e.g. Marhaban centre and Tampere adult education centre TAKK,) and participated in ETMU-conference at Tampere University on 14.-15.11.

Report on The Migration Conference, June 26th-28th, 2018

Migration Conference 2018 Lisbon


Adult education without borders?

Open discussion in Tampere University 24th of May

What are the borders of adult education and is it open for all? What kind of solutions are requested and suggested?

The Open discussion starts with statement by Larissa Jögi, professor of adult education from University of Tallinn. She is currently visiting University of Tampere and EquJust research group. Professor Jögi is responsible for international Master Programme Adult Education for Social Change and acts as one of the conveners of ESREA´s research network on professionalisation of adult educators.

The event is organized together with Freedom and Responsibility of Liberal Adult Education -program and Let´s Work Together -action group.

You are warmly welcome to participate and share your comments and experiences about closures and openings of adult education!

Venue and time:
Thursday 24th of May at 2 pm – 4 pm in Tampere University, Virta-building, Åkerlundinkatu 5.
Event is organized in Edu´s Café, on the 3rd floor of Virta-building.



Right to education workshop gallery



on Friday at 27th of April

Finland is committed to follow the Maastricht Declaration of 2002 of the European Council about global education. The education is one fundamental right among every human’s rights. The global education includes education development and awareness to the human rights in which develops the skills of people, the cultural level and the ability of taking responsibility as ensuring a wider field of opportunities or particular development which optimize with the human’s aspirations.

LET’S WORK TOGETHER -group is willing to convene

on Friday at 27.4.2018 at 14:00

floor 6

Kauppi reception center / Parantolankatu 6, 33500 Tampere.

We are inviting you to participate in and share your opinions and suggestions which lead to develop the ways and means which insure the asylum seekers and the immigrants more opportunities to join the education institutions in Finland.

There will be people grouping of interested and involved in this regard ( researchers, staff, students, administrative and people in a position of responsibility.

We’d like to tell you that the main language of workshop is English and there will be Arabic interpretation also.

News from the Let´s Work Together- action group, 7. and 15.11.2017

Making sense of Finnish education


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