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Conference: Young refugees in Nordic countries – health, education and employment in an equity perspective

This online conference is based on results from the cross-disciplinary Nordic research project Coming of Age in Exile (CAGE) on the health, education and labour market affiliation of refugee young people, and on how the different conditions and efforts in the Nordic countries affect their course of life.


03 Dec

Practical information

  • Date: 3. December 2020
  • Time: 13.00 - 16.00
  • Location: Online

  • Registration deadline: 2. December 2020

The project objective was to create a better understanding of how health, education and employment jointly play a role in the process of integration of young refugees in the Nordics.

By comparisons of the differences between otherwise similar countries the results can identify possible effects of policy decisions and disentangle some of the processes forming the health and welfare trajectories of young refugees.

Conference homepage for more information and registration (no registration fee)
 

Relevant news-article on usn.no: Young refugees in Norway do better in school than in Denmark and Finland