If the funder requires a description of ethical issues in the research plan, think about topics that are relevant for the project in question. A general comment on the compliance of legislation and instructions is insufficient.
Aspects to consider include, for example, informing the individuals who are studied/interviewed/observed and their consent, collecting/saving, storing and erasing personal data, data protection, children and other individuals with a special status as targets of research, issues related to the environment, health and safety, and research taking place outside the EU, especially in developing countries.
If necessary, request a statement on the ethical acceptability of the research from the Ethics Committee of Uniarts Helsinki. The Research ethics site of Artsi includes, for example, a list of situations requiring a statement from the Ethics Committee and instructions for submitting a statement request.
Secretary of Ethics Committee, Advisor Riikka Palonkorpi
Information Security and Data Protection Officer Antti Orava, firstname.lastname@example.org
Funders' instructions: Senior Research Funding Advisors Tiia Saarinen and Kirsi Rinne
Elsewhere on the internet
Finnish National Board on Research Integrity (TENK): Ethical review in human sciences
TENK guidelines on Responsible conduct of research
Responsible research site
Academy of Finland guidelines: Ethical issues and applying for funding