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BLOG: Finland is becoming increasingly diverse. But is the Finnish social field equipped to meet children of diverse backgrounds? Blogpost […]
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Video: Our guest researcher Francesca Vaghi (PhD) delivered an insightful presentation titled Exploring the intersection of food and family intervention […]
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NEW ARTICLE: PhD Fellow Frøydis Lønborg Haarberg published a scoping review on children’s representation in child protection decisions in the […]
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PUBLIC DEFENCE: 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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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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NEW ARTICLE from our former DIPA-team member, Dr. Bilal Hassan in the Economic and Industrial Democracy. Hassan investigates whether workplace […]
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NEW ARTICLE in the prestigious Journal of Social Policy: PhD candidate Mathea Loen and Professor Marit Skivenes finds that a […]
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