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Through exploration of SCANET educational activities, this study has examined the conceptions of expertise, learning and knowledge created by its patterns of flow. Prominent SCANET experts argue that Nordic female experts do not exist, and emphasize that 'the next generation will be different'. For this study the patterns created by Christianity gain significance from their role as central cultural features in the Finnish society. This study has demonstrated SCANET expert backgrounds to be characterized by professional and academic experience in law. This study hopes to contribute to an outcome where human rights action is increasingly subjected to empirical analysis starting from the level of actual practice from the ground up instead of from the reverence that the human rights discourse awakens in the abstract.

Keywords: Christianity; human rights; Nordic female experts; SCANET experts



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