What is FinnAgora?
Finnish institute FinnAgora operates from Budapest. Its aim is to introduce and advocate Finland, its culture and its scientific results, as well as the country’s economic actors in Hungary and in the neighbouring countries. The main focus of its activities is on promising talents of contemporary arts to timely social issues. Finnagora founded in 2004 is maintained by the FinnAgora Foundation.
DPMK is a Center for Digital Pedagogy and Methodology. Its goal is to co-ordinate the pedagogical and methodological digitalisation projects launched in the sphere of education. DPMK is part of the Digital Welfare Program.
Learning Reloaded is part of the programme for the centenary of Finland’s independence in 2017.
All requests regarding
registration and general info:
+36 30 782 4081, (Mon-Fri, 9-12).
Head of Operations
+36 1 478 1010, (Mon-Fri, 9-17).
+36 20 25 64 163, (Mon-Fri, 9-17)