From SRP archive website:
SRP stands for Suomen Roolipeliyhdistys, the Finnish Roleplayers' Association. The acronym is a bit cryptic due to historic reasons. SRP has its roots in mid-80's, held a lot of meetings, but nothing really came of it. The real boost happened in late 1989, when they started organizing small happenings and most importantly, publishing the almost-quarterly newletter, Riimukiwi (Runestone).
"Apart from publishing Riimukiwi, SRP was noteworthy in some other respects too. We were one the earliest truly national organizations and we were entirely self-funded. Certain other organizations relied on state and municipal subsidies to work, while we collected every single penny as membership fees. Consequently, when the depression hit and state cutbacks came, SRP was financially fairly well off. This, however, could not offset the lack of activism - my fault, perhaps.
My personal opinion is that today SRP is defunct, but some people might disagree." -Mikko Kurki-Suonio