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Women in Finland enjoy a "high degree of equality" and "traditional courtesy" among men. In 1906, the women of Finland became the first women in Europe to be granted the right to vote. There are many women in Finland who hold prominent positions in Finnish society, in the academics, in the field of business, and in the government of Finland. An example of powerful women in Finnish politics is Tarja Halonen, who became the first female president of the country (she was Foreign Minister of Finland before becoming president). In religion, where most of the Finnish people are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (the other major Christian denomination in Finland is the Eastern Orthodox Church), women can be ordained as priests. In terms of finance, Finnish women have been desc

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  • المرأة في فنلندا تتمتع بـ«درجة عالية من المساواة» و «المجاملة التقليدية» بين الرجال. في عام 1906، أصبحت المرأة الفنلندية أول امرأة في أوروبا تُمنح الحق في التصويت. هناك العديد من النساء في فنلندا اللاتي يشغلن مناصب بارزة في المجتمع الفنلندي، من أكاديميات، وفي مجال الأعمال، وفي الحكومة الفنلندية. مثال للمرأة القوية في السياسة الفنلندية هي تاريا هالونين، التي أصبح أول رئيسة للبلاد (كانت وزيرة خارجية فنلندا قبل أن تصبح رئيستها). في الدين، حيث ان معظم الشعب الفنلندي هم أعضاء في الكنيسة الإنجيلية اللوثرية في فنلندا (الطائفة المسيحية الرئيسية الأخرى في فنلندا هي الكنيسة الأرثوذكسية)، ويمكن للمرأة أن تكون رسامة كمهنة. من حيث التمويل، وقد وصفت النساء الفنلندية بأنها «عادة اً مستقلة ماليا». النساء المتزوجات، يقدمن أنفسهن بذكر الاسم الأول في البداية، ثم اسمهن قبل الزواج، ومن ثم لقب أزواجهن. وقد وصفت النساء الفنلندية بالتلغراف كما يلي: «المرأة الفنلندية أكثر تصرف وتودد من الرجل وغالبا ما تتكلم ثلاث أو أربع لغات. وضعها في المجتمع وفي العمل جيد ومحترم ومتفوقة على النساء في معظم الثقافات الأخرى.» (ar)
  • Il ruolo di genere, la condizione femminile e i diritti delle donne in Finlandia godono di un generale alto grado di uguaglianza di genere e di "cortesia tradizionale" da parte degli uomini. Nel 1906 le donne del Granducato di Finlandia sono state le prime europee a vedersi concedere il diritto al suffragio femminile. Molte donne svolgono posizioni di rilievo all'interno della società e della cultura finlandese, nel mondo accademico (vedi istruzione in Finlandia), nel settore delle imprese e nel mondo politico (vedi governo della Finlandia). Un esempio rilevante di donne nella politica della Finlandia è rappresentato da Tarja Halonen, che è diventata il primo presidente della Repubblica finlandese donna dopo essere stata ministro degli esteri. In campo religioso, dove la maggior parte della popolazione appartiene alla Chiesa evangelica luterana finlandese (l'altra più importante tra le confessioni cristiane è costituita dalla Chiesa ortodossa), esiste l'ordinazione femminile. In termini finanziari le donne vengono descritte come solitamente indipendenti da questo punto di vista. Le donne sposate, per costume, si presentano citando prima il loro nome proprio, dopo il cognome di nascita e solo alla fine il cognome dei loro mariti. Le donne finlandesi sono state descritte da "Telegraph Media Group" come "molto più espansive ed amichevoli rispetto agli uomini e spesso conoscono e parlano alla perfezione fino a tre o quattro lingue differenti. La loro posizione sociale e nel mondo imprenditoriale è molto ben rispettata e superiore a quella delle donne nella maggior parte delle altre culture". Il "Gender Inequality Index" per il 2012 è fissato a 0.075, 6ª posizione su 152 paesi, le donne parlamentari sono il 42.5%. Il tasso di occupazione per il 2015 è al 67.7%; mentre il Global Gender Gap Report per il 2013 è a 0.8421, in 2ª posizione su 144 paesi. (it)
  • Women in Finland enjoy a "high degree of equality" and "traditional courtesy" among men. In 1906, the women of Finland became the first women in Europe to be granted the right to vote. There are many women in Finland who hold prominent positions in Finnish society, in the academics, in the field of business, and in the government of Finland. An example of powerful women in Finnish politics is Tarja Halonen, who became the first female president of the country (she was Foreign Minister of Finland before becoming president). In religion, where most of the Finnish people are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (the other major Christian denomination in Finland is the Eastern Orthodox Church), women can be ordained as priests. In terms of finance, Finnish women have been described as "usually independent financially". The Telegraph wrote in 2006: Finnish women are much more outgoing and approachable than the men and often command three or four languages. Their position in society and business is well-respected and superior to that of women in most other cultures. (en)
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  • An 1885 statue of the Finnish maiden leaning on a tablet with the lyrics of the National Anthem of Finland, Walter Runeberg, sculptor. (en)
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  • المرأة في فنلندا تتمتع بـ«درجة عالية من المساواة» و «المجاملة التقليدية» بين الرجال. في عام 1906، أصبحت المرأة الفنلندية أول امرأة في أوروبا تُمنح الحق في التصويت. هناك العديد من النساء في فنلندا اللاتي يشغلن مناصب بارزة في المجتمع الفنلندي، من أكاديميات، وفي مجال الأعمال، وفي الحكومة الفنلندية. مثال للمرأة القوية في السياسة الفنلندية هي تاريا هالونين، التي أصبح أول رئيسة للبلاد (كانت وزيرة خارجية فنلندا قبل أن تصبح رئيستها). «المرأة الفنلندية أكثر تصرف وتودد من الرجل وغالبا ما تتكلم ثلاث أو أربع لغات. وضعها في المجتمع وفي العمل جيد ومحترم ومتفوقة على النساء في معظم الثقافات الأخرى.» (ar)
  • Women in Finland enjoy a "high degree of equality" and "traditional courtesy" among men. In 1906, the women of Finland became the first women in Europe to be granted the right to vote. There are many women in Finland who hold prominent positions in Finnish society, in the academics, in the field of business, and in the government of Finland. An example of powerful women in Finnish politics is Tarja Halonen, who became the first female president of the country (she was Foreign Minister of Finland before becoming president). In religion, where most of the Finnish people are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (the other major Christian denomination in Finland is the Eastern Orthodox Church), women can be ordained as priests. In terms of finance, Finnish women have been desc (en)
  • Il ruolo di genere, la condizione femminile e i diritti delle donne in Finlandia godono di un generale alto grado di uguaglianza di genere e di "cortesia tradizionale" da parte degli uomini. Nel 1906 le donne del Granducato di Finlandia sono state le prime europee a vedersi concedere il diritto al suffragio femminile. Molte donne svolgono posizioni di rilievo all'interno della società e della cultura finlandese, nel mondo accademico (vedi istruzione in Finlandia), nel settore delle imprese e nel mondo politico (vedi governo della Finlandia). (it)
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  • Women in Finland (en)
  • المرأة في فنلندا (ar)
  • Condizione della donna in Finlandia (it)
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