There are many reasons why some consider the Finnish justice and asylum system inhumane towards asylum seekers. Amnesty International has cited factors like restrictions of the right to free legal representation and reduced appeal times in 2016 as factors that have undermined asylum seekers’ situation in Finland.
One picture on the left shows how migrant children in the United States are being separated and incarcerated. On the right, is a picture taken in Finland last year of a minor looking out the window at the Joutseno immigration removal center.
When I was making a living as a journalist many years ago, I learned that the best way to get scoops was by having good sources. Even if this is clear, the question is how do you get those good sources so that you bump into news and scoops?
Resham milk powder, which is distributed by Milkmagic Oy, proudly displays the Finnish flag stating “produced in Finland.” Just for curiosity sake, Migrant Tales sent an email Thursday to the company asking where the milk powder is produced in Finland.
The wife of the Pakistani migrant, whose husband was brutally attacked by three Finnish white youths in February, is satisfied with the 9.5 year prison sentence handed by a Vantaa court Friday. The three youths were sentenced for attempted murder.
A Vantaa court sentenced three white Finnish youths who brutally attacked a Pakistani migrant in February to a prison term of nine years and six months, according to victim’s family. The brutal nature of the attack is so horrible that we cannot publish a list of the wounds that the Pakistani sustained. The victim was stabbed…
Finnish Minister of Justice Antti Häkkänen surprised participants at an Advisory Board for Ethnic Relations (ETNO) meeting on Tuesday by stating that “there is no room in Finland for Sharia law or other efforts towards a parallel society,” according to YLE News.
An Espoo-Helsinki-based ethnic-food distributor, which allegedly hires asylum seekers and pays them near-starvation salaries under the table, uses such victims to repackage and change the sell-by dates of food products that should not be sold. Some of these products are allegedly five years old and their sell-by dates have changed twice, according to an asylum seeker, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Migrant Tales julkaisee toisen kirjeen suomalaiselta naiselta, joka synyttää pian irakilaismiehen ja hänen toisen lapsen. Ensimmäinen kirje julkaistiin toukokuun alussa. Suomessa, Maahanmuuttovirasto (Migri) katsoo ettei lapsi tarvitse isänsä ja siksi hänet voi pakkopaualttaa. Hyvä lukija, Lasteni isää on pidetty nyt säilössä 43 päivää. Tänä aikana hän on jäänyt niin paljosta paitsi, lapsemme oppii joka päivä uusia…
Migrant Tales will publish and expose this week a foods distributor that pays asylum seekers under the table to change the sell-by dates of their products. We have a written statement and many pictures sent to us by one former employee that show how easy it is to change sell-by dates of products.