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BLOG: Those that challenge state authority – The critics of the welfare state and the child protection system are diverse with […]
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NEW ARTICLE: Professor Marit Skivenes and colleagues at UC Berkeley, USA, compare citizens’ rights orientations in context of child protection […]
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BLOG: Is there a solution to secure equal justice for children in child protection? Yes, we can look to the […]
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NEW ARTICLE: In this article,[1] Professor Marit Skivenes explores cross-country variation of population views on the thresholds of child protection […]
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BLOG: An Institute for Family and Demography could possess legal authority to intervene directly into divorce and child custody proceedings […]
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VIDEO: Professor Ragnhild Bjørknes (University of Bergen) gives a presentation about an ongoing research project in Norway on the effects […]
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The Centre is delighted to share the news that the interdisciplinary research project “Child Protection Systems Across the World” (CPS-WORLD) […]
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VIDEO: Judge, Karina Rohrberg Jessen, gives a presentation about the development of new Danish legislation, aiming to provide earlier and […]
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PUBLIC DEFENCE: Our very own Hege Stein Helland expertly defended her dissertation “Discretion and the Demand for Reasons: Justifications for […]
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NEW ARTICLE: Audun Løvlie and Marit Skivenes examines the Norwegian County Social Welfare Board’s care order justifications in cases where […]
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