Purpose of the Sámi Cultural Centre

The Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos creates better conditions for the Sámi to freely maintain and develope their own language, culture and livelihood and cultural self-goverment.

The Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos fundamentally improves their opportunity to provide information of the Sámi as indigenous people of Finland. The Sámi Cultural Centre is an interesting and attractive meeting point, both nationally and internationally.

The main tenant at Sajos is the Sámi Parliament. Other tenants are: Sámi educational institute, Sámi library, Duodji Shop, SámiSoster, Sámi archives, Lapland Regional State Admininstrative Agency, Anarâškielâ servi and Mela. Building is owned by Senate properties.