Preliminary programme

REFUGEES, MIGRATION AND ETHNIC MINORITIES IN A NORDIC WELFARE CONTEXT

NSU Study Circle 1: Transformations in welfare in the Nordic countries

Winter Symposium: February 22-24, 2016, Lund University, Campus Helsingborg (Universitetsplatsen 2, Helsingborg) in collaboration with School of Social Work, Lund University

 

Presentations

Frank Bylov: The choice of Young Differents: Assimilation or Hybridization – or both?

Gro Hellesdatter Jacobsen: Ethnic minority girls’ perspectives on participation in a multicultural school setting

Gundi Schrötter Johannsen & Jonna Larni Nøttrup: Young people’s movements in and between different communities – A study of young people with psychological and social sensitivity

Karl Johan Johansen: Samfunnsentreprenørskap og inkludering

Lars Aagerup & Nelli Øvre Sørensen: Børne- og hverdagslivsperspektiver på anbringelser af uledsagede flygtningebørn og -unge

Luise Li Langergaard: Critical Perspectives on Social Entrepreneurship; Organizer of workshop: The rights of others (Seyla Benhabib)

Stéphanie Barillé: New citizens of the North: Well-being and happiness amongst the foreign population of Akureyri

Susanne Kreitz-Sandberg: Organizer of round table: Unaccompanied children in Nordic countries

Weerati Pongthippat: Living experiences of Thai female immigrants in Sweden – Family economics, transnational and health responsibilities

Participants without announced presentations

Anders Sandgaard

Anett Schenk

Hui Li

Jette Eriksen

Line Reimer

Snæa Einarsdóttir

NSU WS16 Circle 1 Preliminary programme