How to submit your comments
- Write the line number of the content you wish to comment on – you can find the line number in the left margin.
- Please make your comments brief and factual.
- We are asking for comments that are constructive, relevant to the contents, and that include clear proposals for change – not comments with views on individual research projects or persons.
Please send your comments via email to email@example.com no later than 7 October.
All comments received by the Swedish Research Council will be registered and become public documents. Here you can read about how we manage public access and confidentiality.
What happens next?
You will receive a confirmation email stating that we have received your comments. We normally do not reply to any comments – only if there is a special reason.
The comments will be used when the Committee for Artistic Research review the proposed research overview before agreeing the final version.
The finished research overview will be published on Vetenskapsrådet.se in early 2023.
Information on handling of personal data
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Purpose and legal basis
The personal data, that is, your email address and other contact information that you supply, is collected and used to enable us to communicate with you as a commentator. The legal basis for the handling is that it is necessary for enabling us to carry out a task of public interest.
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The data are stored or sifted according to the statutory requirements imposed on the Swedish Research Council as a public authority.
The Swedish Research Council is a public authority, which means that personal data may be subject to disclosure to third parties when a request is made for public documents under the provisions of freedom of the press legislation. Before any disclosure, an assessment according to confidentiality regulations is made.
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