Annex A. List of interviewees and substantive inputs

  • Ministry of Education and Culture

  • Ministry of Environment

  • Ministry of Finance on civic space; access to information and open data; civic space at the local level; and open government

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  • Ministry of Interior

  • Ministry of Justice on hate speech and intolerance; a legal perspective on civic space; ongoing legislative reforms; and legal aid

  • Ministry of Justice

  • Ministry of Local Government

  • Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

  • Ministry of Transport and Communications

  • Advisory Board for Civil Society Policy (KANE)

  • Advisory Board for Ethnic Relations (ETNO)

  • Digitalisation for Everyday Life Board (Digi Arkeen)

  • Chancellor of Justice

  • Data Protection Ombudsman

  • Ombudsman for Equality

  • Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities

  • City of Tampere on ethical frameworks at the local level; and participation at the local level

  • Finnish Immigration Service

  • Finnish National Agency for Education

  • Finnish Register of Associations

  • Funding Centre for Social Welfare and Health Organisations (STEA)

  • National Audit Office

  • National Police Board

  • Sámi Parliament

  • Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund

  • State Youth Council

  • Yle National Public Service Broadcasting on press freedom issues; and survey data

  • Central Union for Child Welfare

  • Disability Partnership Finland

  • Electronic Frontier Finland

  • Finnish Development NGOs (Fingo)

  • Finnish Federation for Social Affairs and Health (SOSTE) on the enabling environment for civil society; and impact of COVID-19

  • Finnish Red Cross

  • Finnwatch

  • Fourth-sector activist

  • Freelance journalist

  • Occupational health expert

  • Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR Finland)

  • The Finnish Institute in the UK and Ireland

  • Timeout Foundation

  • Sámi Council

  • Amnesty International (Finnish section)

  • Finnish Human Rights Centre

  • Finnish League for Human Rights

  • Council for Mass Media

  • Union of Journalists in Finland

  • Demos Helsinki on the enabling environment for civil society organisations; and participation in COVID-19 planning

  • Åbo Akademi University

  • Finnish Homicide Monitor (maintained by the Institute of Criminology and Legal Policy – University of Helsinki, the National Police Board, and the Police College Research Unit)

  • Library of Congress

  • Researcher on the non-parliamentary far right

  • University of Helsinki

  • University of Jyväskylä

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