02.09.2019 - 01.09.2022IASSW funded program promoting social work education, research and theory across Baltic and Nordic states. Current studies on critical cultural competence and the relevance of field education. Supported by IFSSW and one of four global centres. The Nordic Baltic Regional Resource Centre represen...
Social Scientific Biosociety Research Network (SOBIO) is a social science focused, cross-sectoral and collaborative network to approach sustainable circular bioeconomy/society solutions.
We publish high-quality international research in Finance, Financial Accounting, Auditing, and Management accounting.
01.09.2020 - 30.06.2023Occupational Well-being in education is an umbrella term for three research and development projects in the field of education
- Social and health care teachers’ occupational well-being in Finland -research and development project
- Promoting the occupational well-being of s...
The main aim of this research group is to analyse the local, bilateral and multilateral environmental governance interventions and agreements. We also study policy changes and strategical processes, such as the transition towards circular and bio-based economy.
Transnational childhoods, transnational rights is a series of three explorative workshops that examine children’s rights, realities and protection in transnational contexts in Nordic societies. The workshops are funded by NOS-HS, the joint committee for Nordic research councils in the humanities ...
01.01.2019 - 31.12.2021The project is funded by European Social Fund (ESF).
The project is implemented by University of Eastern Finland, Tampere University (coordinator), Talentia Union of Professional Social Workers, Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Lapland University of Applied Sciences
The ageing and elder care research group is a multidisciplinary research group focusing on the management and organizational issues of elder care and on issues related to the wellbeing of older people in national and international contexts.
Our group is analyzing critically the Finnish universities, and especially the impact of the new Universities Act on the university, its staff and power structures. In addition, we are interested in how this reform has affected the work of researchers and its targets: what is allowed to be resear...