It brings together scholars from different strands of social sciences and humanities, posing interrelated questions of recognition, representation and responsibility. INEQ is funded by the Academy of Finland profiling action, and by the joint effort of the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Theology, the Faculty of Educational Sciences, the Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Medicine, as well as the Swedish School of Social Science.
INEQ affiliate scholars join the growing, internationally networked research community of scholars at University of Helsinki. The membership is freely open for all Helsinki University scholars who have completed the Doctoral Degree or are members of the Helsinki University based doctoral programs and work with projects, issues and questions related to social and cultural inequalities and their consequences. INEQ is a multidisciplinary, cross-faculty initiative that aims for methodological diversity and welcomes different theoretical approaches.
INEQ affiliate scholars will be able to
Criteria for INEQ affiliate scholars
Apply for an INEQ affiliate scholarship online via E-form.
The affiliate scholars will be notified about the acceptance with some further instructions to join the INEQ community and its activities. The affiliates will be automatically added to the INEQ mailing list and research community on the UH Research Portal (where affiliates can select which of their activities are labelled as an part of the work of the INEQ community).