Campaign on the rights of woman survivors of violence and their children to access support and protection 

Finland Chooses Winner for Youth Video Award

The winner of the Finnish Youth Video Award was announced on Saturday the 10th of December. The ceremony was held in Sokos Hotel President in Helsinki, and Sokos Hotels sponsored the competition. The winner is 'Speak' by Noora Tossavainen, Miikka Lautkoski, Matias Tanner and Helmi Hytönen, with the main prize awarded at 1000€. The video can be seen on the Women's Line Facebook page.

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Women’s Line and Social Media Support for Step Up! – #TärkeäAskel

Finland_Elina_TwibbonActive on Twitter on Facebook with the hashtag #TärkeäAskel as well as #StepUpWAVE, Women’s Line promotes the campaign through social media, engaging with important partners such as Amnesty International Finland and Mother and Child Centres Association (WAVE Member). Women’s Line’s profile picture is also using the Step Up! Twibbon, which has prompted other individuals to also use the app for their own images to promote the Campaign.

25 May 2016 – Women’s Line Finland Invited on National TV to Present Step Up!

Finland_Naisten_Linja_TwibbonAlongside the press release, Elina Nikulainen, Executive Director of Naisten Linja, was a guest on national morning television, Good Morning Finland/Huomenta Suomi to launch the Step Up! campaign and discuss violence against women. Furthermore, information on the campaign was also relayed on the radio.

25 May 2016 – Press Release for the Campaign Launch in Finland

On 25 May 2016, with the support of UN Women Orange Day, The Women’s Line Finland disseminated a national press release raising awareness about the Step Up! Campaign, which is also available on their website.


The national campaigning women’s organization in Finland is WAVE Member Women’s Line Finland (Naisten Linja), led by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. There are also four organizations supporting the Campaign in Finland: The Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters, The Coalition of Finnish Women's Associations, Amnesty International Finland, and Multicultural Women's Association Finland.