The youth work at the Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired is committed to create activities for the youth that open possibilities for new social connections and give new experiences on as many areas of life as possible.
The most important events are camps and organisational activities, theme events and courses, training events, co-operation with young members of other youth and disabled people's organisations, and international co-operation on Nordic, European, and global level. The target group of the youth work is visually impaired people up to 30 years of age.
Nutor, the national youth group (name abbreviated from a Finnish term for 'youth activity group') work with the full time Youth Secretary to plan and implement activities and events. The group also follows and takes part in discussion surrounding policies related to the disabled and the young, communication and international co-operation as well as sees that the youth are noticed and heard within the Federation.
Nutor consists of a chairperson and four members with the Youth Secretary working as a secretary in meetings. The group meets four to six times a year. Members are elected at the annual Youth Forum two at a time for two-year terms and a chairperson every year for a one-year term. Every under 30 year old Federation or local sub-organisation member has a right to vote and run for Nutor membership.