What is discriminationdata.fi?

National discrimination monitoring system has been in development since 2008. The development work began at the Ministry of Employment, later continued at the Ministry of the Interior. Today the work is being coordinated and developed by the Ministry of Justice. 

Tasks of the monitorinf system are: 1) to produce up-to-date information on discrimination in the Finnish society, 2) to compile research data and statistics produced by others, 3) to promote cooperation of people and organisations wotjing with discrimination research, 4) to suggest policy measures on promotion of non-discrimination.

This website discriminationdata.fi is a platform for research, studies and statistics on discrimination in the Finnish society. The information is being catecorized under five indicator areas that the discrimination monitoring group agreed on: 1) Attitudes, 2) Experiences and observations of discrimination, 3) Reports of discrimination and convicts, 4) Hate crime and hate speech, 5) Promotion of discrimination. 



Statistics and research on attitudes towards minority groups in Finland.

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Experiences and observations of discrimination

Recent results of discrimination surveys and studies.

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Reported discrimination and sentences

Summary of reports made to justice bodies and statistics of decisions

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Hate crime and hate speech

Statistics and research on hate crime and hate speech in Finland

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Promotion of non-discrimination

Monitoring data on fulfillment of the obligation to promote non-discrimination.

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