Topic: Forced migration and refugee health

Young refugees’ pathways in(to) education. Teacher and student voices: challenges, opportunities and dilemmas

Lynnebakke, B., Pastoor, L. d. W., & Eide, K. (2020). Young refugees’ pathways in(to) education. Teacher and student voices: challenges, opportunities and dilemmas. København, Danmark: CAGE (Coming of Age in Exile), MESU, København Universitet.

This report addresses the findings of the qualitative research project Edu-cational and psychosocial transitions encountered by young refugees upon resettlement in Norway (TURIN).

The TURIN project is a substudy (3a) of the Nordic research project ‘Coming of Age in Exile’ (CAGE) (2015–2020) and has been conducted by researchers from the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS) and the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN).

See also the CAGE-report Equity in education? A comparative analysis of educational outcomes among refugee children in the Nordic countries.

Young refugees’ pathways in(to) education. Teacher and student voices: challenges, opportunities and dilemmas

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