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Child protection

BLOG: Forces in the U.S. are calling for the abolition of the child protection system. Could Europe be next? Blog […]
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Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism (DIPA) had the privilege of hosting Deputy Director Kenneth Burns from University College […]
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BLOG: There has been a shift in many post-Soviet countries’ efforts to improve the protection of children’s rights in child […]
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Video: Associate Professor Marina Snipsøyr Sletten held a presentation titled “Standardization of the decision-making process in child protection services”. The […]
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NEW ARTICLE: Do people’s core values explain their views on child protection position interventions? This is studied in the recent […]
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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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On the 14th of April, DIPA and LawTransform hosted a seminar on the NOU 2023: 7 (Safe childhood, secure future), […]
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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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Public seminar on the NOU-report about rule of law in the Norwegian child protection systemFriday 14th of April, at 2pm, […]
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Our DIPA-fellow, Audun Gabriel Løvlie, defended his doctoral thesis in political science for the degree of PhD at UiB, Friday […]
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