Board of Kalevi Sorsa Foundation 2019 - 2020
Antton Rönnholm, chairperson
Siltasaarenkatu 18-20 C, 6. krs (6th level)
E-mail addresses: email@example.com
Tel. +358 40 7707282
Pauli Rautiainen, PhD, holds a Title of Docent in Constitutional Law, Law and Welfare and Public Law. His research interests concern inequality and discrimination, human rights, and interaction between law and society. Currently he leads a WP in the Academy of Finland funded crisis preparedness project RECPHEALS (2020–2023) and participates to government funded research project (2020-2021) which prepares national reconciliation process on rights violations that the deaf have faced in Finland.”
Tel. +358 50 5751338
Maija Mattila is responsible for the project on Reducing Inequalities. She also continues to comment on worker rights in the platform economy based on her previous research activities. Formerly Mattila worked as a PhD candidate, personal assistant to an MP, secretary for educational affairs and as an intern at the Finnish Permanent Mission to Geneva and European Parliament Information Office in Finland. She is Doctor of Social Sciences from Political Science.
Tel. +358 40 7050398
Samuli Sinisalo (MA ) is responsible for the project on Human Impacts on Planet Earth. Prior to his current position he worked in KSF in projects “Supporting Democracy in multiethnic Macedonia” and “Supporting Democracy in Western Balkans”, both funded by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. In KSF he has also worked in a project studying entrepreneurship. In the past he has volunteered in Bosnia-Herzegovina, worked at food delivery company Foodora, and as a personal assistant to former MPs Jutta Urpilainen and Eero Heinäluoma.
Tel. +358 45 2066840
Supporting Democracy in Western Balkans – Progress and Bridges 2019–2021
Camilla Lohenoja (Master of Social Sciences) is responsible for the project “Supporting Democracy in Western Balkans – Progress and Bridges”. She formerly coordinated a DDS project, which is a part of HEI-ICI development cooperation project at the University of Helsinki. Previously she worked in various NGOs in Finland and Nepal, as well as contributed to the report on civil society for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 2017.
Tel. +358 50 3801432
Mikko Lievonen is responsible for the project “Society after Covid-19”. He holds a doctorate in History from St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Earlier in his career he served, among other positions, as a United Nations official, in crisis management operations in Africa and the Balkans, and as a Key Account Manager in the private sector.
Finance and Adminstration Assistant
Tel. +358 40 7703640
What is Kalevi Sorsa Foundation?
Kalevi Sorsa Foundation is a social democratic think tank.
A living democracy necessitates plural but well justified perspectives. Making the future requires unprejudiced attitude and new visions. Kalevi Sorsa Foundation was founded in 2005 to, for its part, meet these demands.
Kalevi Sorsa Foundation’s aim is to encourage public debate that promotes equality and democracy. KSF produces relevant information for public debate, policy preparations and political decision-making, by organising debates, seminars and through its own research and publications.
KSF’s research and development projects focus on issues that are topical and central to future of the Welfare State. Kalevi Sorsa Foundation aims to promote public, ideological and political debate and exchange of ideas as well as bring forth new ideas and innovative solutions.