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Inkeri-seura (Association of Ingrian Finns) was founded by the community of Ingrian Finns, who lived in Finland before World War II. The society had existed up to the beginning of the 1990s, but due to a decrease of the number of its members it was officially closed. In 2008 the society was re-established by Ingrian Finns who had migrated to Finland in the 1990s. The society (it's new name Association of Ingrian Finns of Helsinki region) is the member of SuomenInkeri-Liitto (Ingrian Finns Organisation of Finland). InkerinViesti is a printing press magazine of the society.

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The aim of Seukko-seura is not only to organize leisure for our seniors, but also to study the Finnish language, using alternative ways, like "immersion" into local life. Almost all of the members are or have been students of Adult Education Centre of Helsinki, it is not surprising that we found a common interests. The first one was the course of traditional Finnish cooking and glass painting. In the future, we expect participation in the planning of such courses. Such courses are almost free: seniors get vouchers from the city to pay for certain courses. In the future we plan to organize mixed groups, half of the participants are locals and half - our seniors. Such course have been organized, but were not so popular among Russian-speaking. Now, our organization is committed to "deliver" participants.

Contact details:

Helsingin seudun Inkeri-seura ry
Karjalankatu 1
00690 Helsinki
Finland
www.inkeriseura.com