Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism Bergen

Author: DIPA Centre

As part of the Centre’s project on Children’s Right to Participation, project members Frøydis Petersen Jensen, Professor Katrin Kriz and […]
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BLOG: When asked by researchers, most children in long-term foster care or adoptive families want more rather than less contact […]
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VIDEO: Stefan Schnurr gives a presentation about an interim report and ongoing research on childrens’ and parents’ experiences.
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BLOG: What are the implications of social media abuse and harassment for child protection workers?
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BLOG: When the Scottish Government attempted to take proactive child protection to a new level, it faced considerable – and, […]
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VIDEO: Viggo Krüger gives a presentation about how music can help children who experience a challenging childhood (in Norwegian).
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