Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism Bergen

child's best interests

PUBLIC DEFENSE: We are immensely happy to announce that our PhD-fellow Barbara Ruiken successfully defended her dissertation “Discretionary Decision-Making in […]
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The Ministry of Children and Families of Norway (Det kongelige barne- og familiedepartement) published a new law report titled “Consultation […]
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Our “Breakfast Seminar for practitioners” (Barnevernfrokost) is a video seminar which aims to communicate important research to professionals and students […]
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Read about some of the most extensive research on child protection and welfare in Norwegian, Russian, Romanian, and English! Insight […]
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On Thursday 7th of March and Friday 8th of March 2024, the Centre for Discretion and Paternalism (DIPA) hosted the […]
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NEW ARTICLE: Postdoctoral Fellow Hege Beate Stein Helland has published her article on child rights in the prestigious journal International […]
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BLOG: Children and parents subjected to state interventions experience significant disruption in their lives. They may face many challenges, such […]
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Video: Professor Dag Ø. Nordanger held a presentation titled: “How expressions of traumatic experiences can be misinterpreted by Child protection […]
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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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NEW ARTICLE: The authors of this article examine whether and how children at the centre of child protection removal decisions […]
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