Come and influence what the youth centre will be like!

Kannelmäki and Malminkartano youth centres and Malminkartano Recreation Hall are the first to adopt a new digital system, which makes it easier to influence things, communicate and participate in their activities. With the help of visitor monitoring, the City of Helsinki can ensure that the activities of the youth services really support your exact needs and wellbeing.

How this will show at the youth centre

From now on, you can join the community at When joining, you can answer questions about your wellbeing, which helps the youth services plan activities that improve wellbeing. If you are age 13 or older, you can register for the visitor system yourself. If you are under 13 years of age, your parent/guardian must handle the registration for you.

Becoming a member is voluntary, as is taking the short survey offered in the process. The staff cannot see at how you have answered individual questions, but the answers help to understand on the whole, for example, who visits the centre and how the visitors are doing in general.

The City of Helsinki’s Youth Services want to better understand how cultural and leisure activities are reaching young people and to know youth centre visitors better. With the visitor system developed by the We Foundation, the city can also verify whether the activities organised have actual impact on wellbeing

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