Discrimination against people of Sub-Saharan African descent in Finland is common. According to the findings of a new survey, almost a half (45%) of the respondents reported that they have experienced discrimination over the past year and 60% that they have experienced discrimination over the past five years.

Their experiences were mostly related to the use of public and private services, such as employment, health care and hospitality services.

The findings come from the second the Europe...


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