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Finland country is a Brand   Identity
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December 6
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Our Heart : Social sector
100000 NGO Brands countrywise and issuewise plus Social, Climate & Health issues and 10000 success stories (Ready by 31.3.2024)
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FAs by Philanthropists
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Sustainability & Reputation Tree
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Which country the first human was seen
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Knowledge Bank
We plan to ask at least 3650 questions issuewise like

What is the weight of brain or What is the weight of heart

7 wonders
Longest river on earth

Which is called red planet ?
First moons beyond earth ?

We dont just ask you questions and ask you to wait for answers.
We give answers below the questions.

CSRidentity.com and its founder Sanjay Kumud Moreshwar Bapat salutes

Soldiers, Police, Below the poverty line people who live with humanity
Social workers, NGO Founders
Doctors, Hospitals, Hospital staff, Health care workers, Chemists, Medicines
Trees, Forests, Medicinal plants
Rivers , Extinct animals
Citizens living with pride when they know they have just a few days to live on earth
People working in crematorium
Those who let Ego GO out of their thinking and in their behaviour

Climate war
If within the family there are wars, we are not surprised to see war between countries
But the biggest war that all people in all the countries, irrespective of their nationality, sex, caste, religion, nature, attitude, brilliance are fighting is war with climate & soil

Global example of
1) Retail donation
2) Blood donation
3) Birthday donation
4) NGO Management Tips for NGOs in all countries
5) Health Info World Capital
6) Corporate Sustainability & Reputation Tree

NGO Management Tips
NGO managements in all countries will be helped by giving ideas like fund raising, branding, PR, succession planning, sustainabillity & reputation

Health Info Capital
Thane doctors & hospitals can make Thane a global capital of health information where they share every body part and disease & how to tackle the disease in non medical language.

Corporates in the world
Thane can be responsible by sharing a Sustainability & Reputation Tree for corporates across the world where Tree branches & leaves include roots like Governance to the top of what world sees like vision, mission, purpose



Flag Description
white with a blue cross extending to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side in the style of the Dannebrog (Danish flag); the blue represents the thousands of lakes scattered across the country, while the white is for the snow that covers the land in winter

National anthem : "Maamme"
This country is different : You must know it
Aurora Borealis/northern lights
Santa Claus
Midnight Sun Film Festival
Glass igloos
Happiest country in the world


National Bird
Whooper swan

National Flower
(Convallaria Majalis)

Botanical Gardens
University of Helsinki, Helsinki. 800+ species indoors, 2800+ species outdoors.
Ruissalon kasvitieteellinen puutarha, University of Turku, Turku. 5000+ species in- and outdoors.
University of Oulu Botanical Gardens, in English University of Oulu, Oulu. 1500 species indoors, 4000 species outdoors.
Botania – Joensuun yliopiston kasvitieteellinen puutarha, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu. 900 species.
Jyväskylän kasvitieteellinen puutarha, in English, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä.
Mustila Arboretum, Elimäki.

Ähtäri Zoo
Escurial Zoo and Flower Park
Kitee Zoo
Korkeasaari Zoo - an island zoo outside Helsinki
Kuopio Zoo
Orimattilan kotieläinpuisto - Orimattila
PikkuKili - Lieksa
Ranua Zoo - Ranua
Särkänniemi Children's Zoo - Tampere
Tropicario - Helsinki
Zoolandia - near Turku

Bordering countries
Norway, Sweden, Russia

Nobel Laureates
Artturi Ilmari Virtanen
Bengt Holmström
Frans Eemil Sillanpää
Martti Ahtisaari
Ragnar Granit
Political Parties

Centre Party
Suomen Keskusta
Founded : 1906
Website : www.keskusta.fi

Finns Party
Perussuomalaiset, PS
Founded : 11 May 1995
Website : www.perussuomalaiset.fi

National Coalition Party
Kansallinen Kokoomus
Founded : 1918
Website : www.kokoomus.fi

Social Democratic Party of Finland
Suomen Sosialidemokraattinen Puolue, SDP
Founded : 1899
Website : www.sdp.fi

Green League
Vihreä liitto
Founded : 28 February 1987
Website : http://www.vihreat.fi/

Left Alliance
Founded : 1990
Website : www.vasemmisto.fi

Swedish People's Party of Finland
Svenska folkpartiet i Finland (SFP)
Founded : 1906
Website : http://www.sfp.fi/

Christian Democrats
Kristillisdemokraatit, KD
Founded : 1958
Website : www.kristillisdemokraatit.fi

Communist Party of Finland
Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue, SKP
Founded : 1984
Website : www.skp.fi

Communist Workers' Party – For Peace and Socialism
Kommunistinen Työväenpuolue – Rauhan ja Sosialismin puolesta, KTP
Founded : 1988
Website : http://www.ktpkom.fi

Pirate Party of Finland
Founded : 24 May 2008
Website : www.piraattipuolue.fi

Liberal Party
Liberaalipuolue – Vapaus valita
Founded : 2015
Website : viskipuolue.fi

Blue and White Front
Sinivalkoinen Rintama
Founded 4 April 2009
Website : www.vapauspuolue.fi

Change 2011
Muutos 2011
Founded : 4 June 2009
Website : www.muutos2011.fi

For the Poor
Köyhien Asialla
Founded November 2002
Website : www.koyhienasialla.fi

Workers Party of Finland
Suomen Työväenpuolue
Founded : 1999
Website : www.tyovaenpuolue.org

Other partis

Animal Justice Party of Finland
Independence Party

Parties outside parliament

Election campaign stations for the Pirate Party and Independence Party, Narinkka, Helsinki.
Swedish party (Ruotsalainen puolue) 1870–1906
Liberal party (Liberaalinen puolue) 1880–1885
Finnish Active Resistance Party (Suomen aktiivinen vastustuspuolue) 1904–1908
National Workers' Party (Kansallinen Työväenpuolue) 1917–?
Socialist Party of Work (Sosialistinen Työpuolue) 1917–1919
Peasant People's Party (Talonpoikaiskansan puolue) 1924–1933
Farmers' Party (Maanviljelijäin Puolue) 1927–1929
United Front (Yhteisrintama) 193?–1940
New Finnish Party (Uusi Suomalainen Puolue) 1932–1945
Finnish Socialist Party (Suomalaissosialistinen Puolue) 1932–1937
Patriotic People's Party (Isänmaallinen Kansanpuolue) 1932–1933
Finnish People's Organisation (Suomen Kansan Järjestö) 1933–1936
Finnish Socialist Workers' Party (Suomalaissosialistinen Työväen Puolue) 1934–1944
Work Front of Finland (Suomen Työrintama) 1936–1939
Party of Finnish National Work (Suomalais-Kansallisen Työn Puolue) 1939–?
National Socialist People's Party of Finland (Suomen Kansallissosialistinen Työväenpuolue) 1940–1943
Neo-Socialist Party (Uus-sosialistinen puolue) 1940–1945
Organisation of National Socialists (Kansallissosialistien Järjestö) 1940–1944
National Socialists of Finland (Suomen Kansallissosialistit) 1941–1944
Radical People's Party (Radikaalinen Kansanpuolue) 1944–1951
Independent Middle Class (Itsenäinen keskiluokka) 1949–1951
Finnish People's Party (Suomalainen kansanpuolue) 1950s
Independence Party (Itsenäisyyspuolue) 1960s
Party Organisation of Finnish Entrepreneurs (Suomen Yksityisyrittäjäin Puoluejärjestö) 1972–1979
Socialist Workers' Party (Sosialistinen Työväenpuolue) 1973–1990
Pensioners' Party of Finland (Suomen Eläkeläisten Puolue) 1985–1999
Joint Responsibility Party (Yhteisvastuu puolue) 1987–2007
Senior Citizens' Party of Finland (Suomen Senioripuolue), 1990–2014
Women's Party (Naisten puolue) 1990–1995
Party of Humanity (Ihmisyydenpuolue) 1991–1995
Finnish People's Blue-whites (Suomen Kansan Sinivalkoiset, SKS) 1993–2010
Patriotic People's Movement (Isänmaallinen kansanliike), 1993–2010
Natural Law Party (Luonnonlain puolue) 1994–2001
Forces for Change in Finland (Muutosvoimat Suomi) 2002–2007





Ida Aalberg actress
Aino Aalto designer
Alvar Aalto architect
Paavo Aaltonen olympic medalist
Waino Aaltonen sculptor, artist
Aino Ackte actress
Kalevi Aho composer
Apocalyptica musical group
Apulanta rock band
Kirill "Kirka" Babitzin musician
Paavo Berglund conductor
Irina Bjorklund actress
Linda Brava violinist
Minna Canth author, activist
Anders Chydenius author, politician
Bernhard Henrik Crusell composer, clarinetist
Darude music producer
Jorn Donner filmmaker
Albert Edelfelt artist
Anna Falchi actress
Mikael Forssell footballer
Mikko Franck conductor
Peter Franzen actor
Akseli Gallen-Kallela artist
George Gaynes actor
Irwin Goodman singer
Ralf Gothoni conductor, composer, pianist
Ragnar Granit physiologist, nobel prize laureate
Monica Groop opera singer
Veikka Gustafsson mountaineer
Paavo Haavikko publisher, poet, playwright
Aki Hakala musician
Mika Hakkinen race car driver
Veikko Hakulinen olympic medalist
Tarja Halonen first female president
Renny Harlin film director, producer
Heikki Hasu olympic medalist
Mikko Heikkinen architect
Eero Heinonen musician
Edvin Henvonkoski artist, sculptor
Marco Hietala singer, songwriter
Eila Hiltunen sculptor
Petri Hiltunen cartoonist, illustrator
HIM music group
Jaakko Hinitikka philosopher, logician, author
Tuomas Holopainen composer, musician, producer
Veikko Huhtanen olympic medalist
Veikko Huovinen author
Jorma Hynninen opera singer
Sami Hyypia footballer
Fredrik Idestam founder nokia
Volmari Iso-Hollo olympic medalist
Soile Isokoski opera singer
Tove Jansson author, artist, illustrator
Eero Jarnefelt artist
Joulupukki Santa Claus
Kyosti Kallio former president
Okko Kamu orchestral conductor, violinist
Vaino Kamu musician
Kata Karkkainen author, columnist
Pertti Karppinen olympic medalist
Aki Kaurismaki screenwriter, producer, director
Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi olympic medalist
Aleksis Kivi author (Finland's national author)
Ere Kokkonen film director
Joonas Kokkonen composer
Hannes Kolehmainen olympic medalist
Markku Komonen architect
Leena Krohn author
Mauri Kunnas illustrator, cartoonist
Toivo Kuula conductor, composer
Armi Kuusela first miss universe
Alexi Laiho musician
Olli Eino Laiho olympic medalist
Edvin Laine film director
Samppa Lajunen olympic medalist
Jessica Lange actress
Torsti Lehtinen author, philosopher
Eero Lehtonen olympic medalist
Joel Lehtonen author
Kari Lehtonen hockey player
Eino Leino poet, journalist
Juha Leiviska architect
Leningrad Cowboys band
Heikki Liimatainen olympic medalist
Magnus Lindberg composer
Yrjo Lindegren architect
Ernst Leonard Lindelof mathematician
Vaino Linna author
Jyrki Pekka Emil Linnankivi (Jyrki 69) singer, songwriter
Vesa-Matti Loiri actor
Elias Lonnrot author
Lordi band
Eero Mantyranta olympic medalist
Karita Mattila opera singer
Arno Rafael Minkkinen documentary photographer
Olli Mustonen composer, pianist
Jonni Myyra olympic medalist
Rolf Nevanlinna mathematician
Toni Nieminen olympic medalist
Nightwish music group
Ari-Pekka Nikkola olympic medalist
Adolf Erik Nordenskiold arctic explorer
Sara Nunes singer
Maila Nurmi actress
Paavo Nurmi olympic medalist
Tuomari Nurmio singer, songwriter
Sakari Oramo conductor
Risto Orko film producer, director
Kati Outinen actress
Mikko Paananen (Mige) musician
Arto Paasilinna author
Erno Paasilinna author, journalist
Kalle Paatalo author
Olavi Paavolainen essayist, journalist, poet
Kalle Palander olumpic skiing medalist
Onni Palaste author
Tauno Palo actor
Jorma Panula conductor, composer
Spede Pasanen director, producer
Matti Pellonpaa actor
Lauri "Takho" Pihkala inventor finnish baseball
Joni Pitkane nhl hockey player
Mika Pohjola pianist, composer
Pekka Pohjola musician, composer
Anne Marie Pohtamo miss universe
Lauri Porra musician
Lasse Poysti actor
Kimi-Matias Raikkonen race car driver
Tuukka Mikael Rask hockey player
Einojuhani Rautavaara composer
Ville Ritola olympic medalist
Keijo "Keke" Rosberg race car driver
Johan Ludvig Runeberg poet (national poet of finland)
Arto Saari professional skateboarder
Kaija Saariaho composer
Eero Saarinen architect
Aulis Sallinen composer
Matti Salminen opera singer
Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor, composer
Jukka-Pekka Saraste conductor
Reidar Sarestoniemi artist
Timo Sarpaneva designer
Helene Schjerfbeck artist
Leif Segerstam conductor, composer
Teemu Selanne "The Finnish Flash" hockey player
Jean Sibelius composer
Frans Emil Sillanpaa author, nobel prize laureate
Hugo Simberg artist
Johanna Sinisalo author
Sonata Arctica music group
Kaarlo Juho Stahlberg first president independent finland
Mauritz Stiller screenwriter, film director
John Storgards conductor
Kari Suomalainen political cartoonist
Martti Talvela opera singer
Jonna Tervomaa singer, songwriter
The Rasmus band
The 69 Eyes band
Clas Thunberg olympic medalist
Marta Tikkanen author
Zacharias Topelius author, historian
Linus Torvalds engineer, developer Linux
Tarja Turunen singer
Karrie Utrio author
Ville Valo singer, songwriter
Osmo Vanska conductor
Varttina band
Lasse Viren olympic medalist
Artturi Ilmari Virtanen chemist, nobel prize laureate
Rudolf Walden founder united paper mills
Mika Waltari author
Tapio Wirkkala designer, sculptor
Lauri Ylonen singer, songwriter