Information on human and fundamental rights related research will be collected from researchers

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The Human Rights Centre (HRC) is creating a report on human and fundamental rights related research in Finland for the first time. The information will be collected using an online survey, which will target all researchers in Finland.

The aim of the research project is to develop human and fundamental rights research in Finland. This survey is a great opportunity for researchers to make their work known, to express needs for future research and suggest activities that could support and advance research.

It will take approx. 20 minutes to answer the questions and the deadline is 10.4.2016. There will be a drawing of three gift cards (1 x 300 € and 2 x 150 €) to Akateeminen kirjakauppa (a bookstore) among the participants of the survey.

Please click here to enter the survey: https://fi.surveymonkey.com/r/C663CPF

The Human Rights Centre (HRC) is coordinating this project in cooperation with the Arctic Centre’s Northern Institute for Environment and Minority Law (NIEM). The HRC is an autonomous and independent expert institution whose task, according to law, is to promote research on human and fundamental rights. NIEM is undertaking this project as one of the three official human rights institutions in Finland.

For additional information, please contact:
Assi Harkoma
Northern Institute for Environment and Minority Law (NIEM)
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland
Tel. +358 (0) 404 844 159, assi.harkoma(at)ulapland.fi