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On this page you will find all our published news stories, statements, press releases and blog posts in one place. You can use the categories below to filter the results. You can also search for articles on a specific topic. The topics are marked with a #-symbol in each article.
Essi Lumme: Students must not be left in the dark regarding the continuation of restrictionsPublished:
Higher education students are currently returning to their studies. Meanwhile, many students return from their summer vacation to their everyday routines, such as university sports. However, not all higher education students get to start their autumn studies on the campus. Due to COVID-19, different areas in Finland follow different restrictions, which also poses challenges in organising university sports.
Julia Tuuri: The policy paper and the code of ethics to be discussed in the General Assembly – but who will be elected to next year’s Board?Published:
The General Assembly is one of the most important and thrilling yearly events for The Finnish Student Sports Federation. OLL’s member organisations all around Finland gather in the General Assembly to decide the most important issues for OLL. The programme includes exciting voting segments, meeting new and old acquaintances, and inspiring conversation.
The municipal elections were held – decision-making in municipal councils and committees beginsPublished:
How was physical exercise featured in the municipal elections of 2021 and what happens next?
Can you find municipal candidates who promote physical activity in voting advice applications?Published:
We went over the questions of a few voting advice applications and looked at how important a role physical activity plays in them. We paid special attention to how physical activity among students was taken into account in the questions.
Oscar Byman: Exercise crucial to student wellbeingPublished:
Oscar Byman, candidate for RKP in Helsinki, blogs about the municipal elections.
Hanna Kivimäki: Cycling should be made accessible to allPublished:
Hanna Kivimäki, candidate for SDP in Helsinki, blogs about the municipal elections.
Essi Lumme: It is worth acknowledging higher education students in the municipal decision-makingPublished:
During our studies, we try to find ways to expand our cross-disciplinary networks before hitting the workforce. We all create several new friendships during our studies. Too often these encounters and this networking takes place at different kinds of parties. It would be fantastic if we could increase the role that sports play in networking and maintaining friendships.
Sanni Lehtinen: Can students afford to ski?Published:
Sanni Lehtinen, candidate for the Greens in Helsinki, blogs about the municipal elections.
Toni Ahva: Let's turn the municipal elections into sports elections!Published:
Toni Ahva, Head of Public Affairs at the Finnish Olympic Committee, blogs about the municipal elections.
Anna Laurila: Everyone is entitled to exercise in all municipalitiesPublished:
Anna Laurila, candidate of National Coalition Party in Tampere, blogs about the municipal elections.
Markus Halonen: Spreading information is an important part of promoting physical activityPublished:
Making higher education culture more physically active is a complex goal to achieve, and in order to reach it, we should approach the target group from many different angles. It is, of course, important to remind people about the benefits of exercise and the disadvantages of physical inactivity, but we also need more detailed information when we want to transfer new learning into practice in increasing physical activity. In August 2020, the project Tikissä työelämään organised a series of three webinars to examine both the benefits of physical activity and also possible disadvantages from the point of view of e.g. brain health and the new physical activity recommendations.
Liisa Reinola: University students – an easily forgotten group of usersPublished:
Children and young people’s physical exercise is often discussed, and equal opportunities for them to be active: how certain sports are expensive, but how physical exercise is important for personal development, social relationships and even health. Once this case is somehow fixed, the discussion jumps ahead many decades and focuses on exercise opportunities for the elderly. It is a well-known fact that physical exercise does play a key role in supporting their health and ability to function. So, the opportunity for safe gym training, jogging paths close to home, and guided sports groups for seniors by the city sports services must be provided.
Ruotsinkielinen seminaari Liikkuva Korkeakoulusta 27.11.2020Published:
Finlands Svenska Idrotts järjesti Liikkuva opiskelu -aiheisen seminaarin ruotsiksi 27.11.2020. Seminaariin osallistui Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliiton puolesta vuoden 2020 varapuheenjohtaja Sanna-Maria Ahl. Hän piti siellä esityksen opettajien merkityksesta osana opiskelijoiden matalankynnyksen liikkumista.
Learning German on your feet – presenting desk-free language teachingPublished:
Suvi Kotkavuori is a University instrucktor of French and president of University of Helsinki's Lecturer's Association. In this blog she tells journey to the more moving education by her colleague Tia Patenge. In the blog Suvi has interviewed Tia about her experiences of "deskless teaching" and what this has given for her as a teacher. The sitats of this blogs are Tia Patenge's.
Jussi Ansala: Municipal elections and cycling – the holy trinity for commuters and students: bicycle, route and a wholly reliable lockPublished:
In June, the Board OLL, the Finnish Student Sports Federation, decided on the federation's goals for the 2021 municipal elections. The decisions are based on statements by member organisations. The first goal, or rather the solution, is this: the conditions for cycling must be improved and city bike networks expanded – cycling is a great form of everyday exercise for all residents of a municipality, including students. In this blog post, I will address the municipal election theme mainly on the basis of my personal experiences in the saddle.
Tuire Ranta-Meyer: The playing human has the courage to move in the higher educationPublished:
In this blog post, I discuss whether universities of applied sciences can have imaginative leaders and “masters of madness”, as in Little’s office. Could a creative idea that seems a little crazy today be a driving force for the development of tomorrow? Are there any aspects of higher education sports where students do not need to be full of athletic power in order to exercise on their own terms, take part in and enjoy physical activity one step – or, say, one wrist rotation at a time?
Sanna-Maria Ahl: Municipal elections – matters concerning youPublished:
Municipal elections, the lesser-known cousin of parliamentary elections. You've probably heard about them? Have you voted in them? Or haven’t you voted because you already went to the polls in those “real” elections?
Page last updated 30.8.2020