With over 180,000 lakes to explore, Finland offers the perfect setting for a tranquil summer cruise under the midnight sun
The United Kingdom came ninth in the social progress initiative, with the United States coming 19th
In countries such as Finland, the sun sets for as little as 55 minutes a day at this time of year
Sweden's prime minister announced his country will work towards becoming 'one of the first fossil fuel-free welfare states of the world'
Initiative to be based on Finland’s 80-year-old scheme praised with reducing infant mortality rates
The report found the UK lags behind other rich countries in reducing inequality in child well-being
The UK pays the second-highest minimum wage in Europe and has introduced a new National Living Wage
'It would encourage people who are afraid of losing their benefits to take short-term jobs'
Armed with sunglasses and thermals, Simon Parker ventures into Lapland’s extreme and untamed wilderness
Remote locations, Dark Sky reserves, and ideal conditions for observing the cosmos
Finns create a anti-immigrant group called the Soldiers of Odin after reported cases of harassment against women, allegedly by migrants
Susie Mesure reveals how to eat, drink and party through the dark days and long nights
As a flat universal benefit payable to all, there is little administrative cost; and there can be no “poverty traps” or “income traps”, because the benefit would not be scaled back as wages increase
A recent poll showed 69% of people agreed with the proposal
Norway says it has received no 'satisfactory' explanation from Russia about why it has sent so many refugees to Norway rather than Finland
Just how much truth is there in the popular idea of Nordic exceptionalism?