The Finnish EMIN conference was held at the “Little Parliament”, an annex of the Parliament of Finland, on 30th September. The subject of minimum income was discussed from various points of view.
After the presentations on the EMIN project and the key findings of the Finnish EMIN report, there was an enlightening presentation on social assistance from a PeP point of view. There was also an introduction to the basis of the 2015 Finnish evaluation of the sufficiency of basic benefits – an evaluation that is conducted every four years as required by a legislative amendment. Continue reading