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FINLAND: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT RECEPTION CENTERS, ‘PASS YOUR TIME AWAY WITH A MUSLIM SETTLER’……

I don’t know how much more propaganda YLE’s forced subscribers can take.

He says many Finns have unnecessary fears about interacting with foreigners, particularly if they are worried their language skills might be inadequate. “A lack of language skills is no impediment. It is always possible to make a human connection, even if you have to resort to body language and hand gestures,” Rajala says.

This is a load of pure bullcrap. Finns DO NOT have a fear of foreigners, they simply do not want to be taken advantage of.

Having a healthy and justified fear of people (officially, 2/3 here fraudulently) who have committed disproportional amount of crimes in the short time that they have been here, is called wisdom.

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Volunteers welcome at asylum seeker reception centres

Finland’s asylum seeker reception centres invite people to volunteer their time to help out with daily activities, serve as a friend to the residents and facilitate groups to help pass the time.

Tommi Rajala kirjoittaa viestiä seinää vasten
Tommi Rajala. Image: Jarmo Nuotio / Yle

The Hyrynsalmi asylum seeker reception centre in the eastern region of Kainuu has relied on volunteers heavily since its inception, says one refugee centre staff member, Tommi Rajala.

The centre has room for 80 occupants, but is at half capacity at the moment. Volunteers are needed to help with the everyday operations and give the residents something to do to pass the time.

“Becoming a friend to the residents, arranging instruction of some kind or leading a group associated with a certain activity or hobby are all great options,” he says.

Rajala says the centre’s residents would benefit from more contact with people who already live in Finland. Numerous training opportunities exist for people who are interested in volunteering their time, but Rajala says they aren’t necessarily required in order to work at the centres.

“Anyone at all is welcome to come in regularly and serve as a volunteer,” he says.

Fear of foreigners

People who undergo Red Cross training receive insurance before they begin their volunteer work, a clear benefit. But for those that don’t have time to participate in training, Rajala says most centres will train potential volunteers in all the necessary things they need to know.

He says many Finns have unnecessary fears about interacting with foreigners, particularly if they are worried their language skills might be inadequate.

“A lack of language skills is no impediment. It is always possible to make a human connection, even if you have to resort to body language and hand gestures,” Rajala says.

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