Youth, Culture and Competence (UngKul Study)
The Youth, Culture and Competence study examines psychological development, social integration and mental health among immigrant and non-immigrant background children and adolescents.
Coping in reception centres
We are examining the effect of a manual based, low-threshold program for trauma recovery (Teaching Recovery Techniques) targeting asylum seeking children living in reception centers in Norway.
Unaccompanied Refugee Minors
Unaccompanied refugee minors are children and young people under 18 who come to Norway to seek asylum without their parents or other legal guardians.
BRIDGES - Development, adaptation and learning in Europe
BRIDGES is examining how social policy issues, the community, school and family influence children's development, adaptation and learning.
The most comprehensive part of UngKul is the family study in Bergen and Oslo. Approximately 4,000 children with different national (ethnic) backgrounds and one of their parents are invited to attend.
High School Study: Classroom environment and well-being in multicultural schools
In the High School Study in UngKul we invite multicultural high schools and further education colleges to participate in a study of school environment and students' mental health.
Tamil Study: Identity, well-being and competence among Tamil children and adolescents
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has conducted a study of mental health, quality of life, problems and competence among Tamil children and adolescents in Norway.