A prosperous and growing capital city attracts investments and talent – both domestic and international – to Finland. We need to set up an “International House Helsinki” according to the Copenhagen model.
Helsinki is the only metropolis in Finland, and this has to show more clearly in the daily life of the people in the region. Currently, there are five trams per hour from Kallio to Töölö on Saturday evenings – and only until midnight. City services should be available 24/7 and on mobile.
Every young person needs a place to study after comprehensive school. The more highly educated the youth are, the better they will do in the job market. Everyone has to be provided with an opportunity to learn new skills and develop their expertise.