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Blog post by Ann Kristin Larsgaard, Associate Professor in Pedagogy, University of Southeast Norway Sølvi Lillejord, Professor Emeritus in Pedagogy, […]
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BLOG: Fulfilling children´s right to participate and be involved in complex settings such as hospital treatment, child protection, court proceedings, […]
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BLOG: May 10th is the Norwegian national foster home day. Congratulations to all foster home families. They are societies everyday […]
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On Tuesday 18th of April and Wednesday 19th of April DIPA hosted the participation workshop. This workshop is connected to […]
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We are excited to welcome Victor to our team as a new researcher at the Challenges project. Victor will be […]
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BLOG: There has been a significant reduction in child protection help and interventions towards children and families in vulnerable situations […]
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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: A study of seven European jurisdictions shows that overall, the child is not visible in the court’s justifications. Is […]
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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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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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