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Suomen Lukiolaisten Liitto (SLL)
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The Union of Finnish Upper Secondary School Students (SLL), founded in 1985, is a national, politically and ethnically independent lobbying, service and leisure organisation for upper secondary school students. The union represents each of the approximately 120.000 upper secondary school students in governmental, municipal and provincial work groups and takes part in all decisions concerning upper secondary school students.
Its 50.000 members form the backbone of the union. These members are divided into ten regional and three member organisations.
In terms of numbers, SLL is the largest student organisation in Finland based on voluntary membership.
SLL is considered one of the leading experts in matters concerning upper secondary school and its students, and has a high status and reputation within the Ministry of Education. SLL is also recognised for its quality activities, making it a model for other organisations.

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