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Matti Hirvanen Sep 27
”Change happens from the bottom, not from the top.” - President ⁦
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Minna Kolehmainen Sep 27
"Even the poorest child in is able to go to one of the best schools in the world. That's wise politics." -President Barack Obama
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AHK Finnland Sep 27
"I said to my daughters I’m going to the happiest country on earth. And I'm so glad to be here. There is so much to be admired about Finland!" 🇫🇮 at
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Markus Vartiovaara Sep 27
Mr. Barack Obama emphasizes the positive correlation between equality and happiness, and gives credit to Finnish schooling system for it is of high quality, free and available to everyone.
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Merja Auvinen Sep 27
Mr President on the stage in .
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Beatriz Vizcaíno Sep 27
"Part of the reason is is the lower levels of inequality, so the poorest child in Finland is able to go to one of the in the world for . That's an example of ." 👏 -President today at
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Tiina Mehto Sep 27
Now is over. What are you going to do about all the wisdom you heard?
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Maria Hartikainen Sep 27
President Obama seems to like Finnish coffee more than president Macon
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Sanna Raunio Sep 27
Obama really admires Finland; the poorest kid in Finland is able to go to the best school in the world.
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Max Mickelsson Sep 27
Obama has left the building. Great sign by ⁦
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Paula Laine Sep 27
"It is not enough to tell people they are doing well, they need to feel it themselves."
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Natalia Rincon Sep 27
"Finland and the Nordics are happier because there are less bubbles of inequality"
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Virva Rasmussen Sep 27
Our superpower ❤. Let's use it.
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Eva Anttila Sep 27
Barack Obama reminds Finns why we're the happiest nation in the world with relatively low social inequality. Here, the poorest child can still go to the best school - for free. We could be doing worse.
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Iiro Harjula Sep 27
Barack Obama: World has never been more healthier, wealthier, more educated... than now. Except couple of years ago.
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Alf Rehn Sep 27
OK, now that it's over, it's clear that was a huge success. So proud of the whole team! And hey, will be even better! Super lineup, and so happy to see so many strong female speakers there. 💪💯
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Reeta Kaukiainen Sep 27
Good people far outnumber the bad ⁦
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Emmi Korhonen Sep 27
Obama: The reason for Finnish happiness is the low level of inequality. The poorest kid can still go to the best a school in the world.
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Leila Hilen Sep 27
How cool is this! Barack Obama here today and speaking about
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Virva Rasmussen Sep 27
Love his optimism and idealism: "The number of good people out there outnumbers the bad ones."
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