Ethnic profiling is a problem in Finland
The research, journalism and art project The Stopped – Spaces, Meanings and Practices of Ethnic Profiling has examined ethnic profiling in...
Finnish police engage in ethnic profiling despite ban
People are being stopped on the street based solely on their skin colour, says Professor Suvi Keskinen, who has studied ethnic profiling.
University of Helsinki admissions begin
Admissions for the University of Helsinki’s bachelor’s programmes and Finnish- and Swedish-language master’s programmes began today, 14 March...
Attend a lecture in New Zealand – from Helsinki
The global and digital classroom expands students’ horizons, while building international bridges in an educationally meaningful way.
Suvi Keskinen studies emerging post-ethnic activism in Finland
Few people are as knowledgeable on the topic of post-ethnic activism in the Nordic countries as Academy Research Fellow Suvi Keskinen. She is...
Reading Qantas History: Discourses of Intersectionality and the Early Years of Qantas
RESEARCH CAFÉ November 8 with Soc&kom’s new International Reader, Professor Jean Helms Mills presenting her research on Qantas Airlines.
Social workers’ encounters with future citizens: Power relations in a welfare bureaucracy
The welfare state is changing, and neo-liberal ideas about human capabilities are gaining ground in political decision-making. Academy Research...
Whose interests do trade unions serve?
What is the response of trade unions to immigration, and what consequences do their attitudes and strategies have for immigrants? These are some...