FSD holdings contain a number of data series and individual datasets suitable for research on equal treatment and impartiality.

There are also many datasets that contain individual questions and variables which are potentially useful to researchers of the subject. The data archived at the FSD can be downloaded free of charge from Aila Data Service, according to the conditions set for each dataset. Please note that below is listed only a sample of all data available at the Archive and we encourage you to search more datasets on the subject on Aila.

Questions and variables of quantitative datasets that have been fielded in English or translated at the FSD can be explored by browsing their codebooks or through Aila variable search. If a quantitative dataset has not yet been translated, you can request a translation free of charge. Qualitative data are only available in their original language. Where applicable, the codebook and other related material are freely accessible on the study description page of each dataset.

Other datasets

FSD3345 Gender Equality Barometer 2017
The survey focused on attitudes, opinions and experiences related to gender equality in different spheres of life in Finland. The main focus was on equality in working life, education and family life.

FSD2933 EVA Survey on Finnish Values and Attitudes 2014
The survey charted, among other things, respondent opinions on the equality between different groups and equality between Finns in various issues.

FSD2183 Women's Representation in National Parliaments 1970-2010
The study charted the percentage share of women representatives in national parliaments from the year 1970 to the year 2010.

Datasets elsewhere

People interested in finding data on equal treatment and impartiality should also take a look at data available at other data archives around the world.

In Finland, the Language Bank of Finland also provides services to researchers and archives audio and video material. Services of various European social science data archives can be accessed through the website of CESSDA. The UK Data Service has, among other things, a wide variety of excellent qualitative data. Another good source of data is the German GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. The extensive holdings of the American ICPSR are also well worth searching.