Migration

Migration

22 September 2014

Migration equals boat refugees, asylum seekers, poverty, domestic workers, and racism in the new country. But migration is also beautiful Swedish women who find it easy to succeed in the United States.

1 May 2014
Parents with minority background are perceived as second-rate parents compared to the Child Welfare Service's ideals regarding Norwegian gender equality.
3 July 2013
The Nigerian women who are identified as victims of human trafficking are offered assistance if they return voluntarily to their home country. But the support they receive has little significance for their lives one year after they return, according to a new Danish study.
29 October 2012

The call for a Norwegian ban on the purchase of sex gained momentum when Nigerian women began selling sex on the capital city’s most popular pedestrian boulevard. “The discussion about human trafficking swept everything else out of the way,” says May-Len Skilbrei.

26 August 2011

Internally displaced women in Colombia are organizing themselves to secure their rights to housing, education and health care. But along with this come threats, violence and dissatisfied husbands. Is it worth it?

13 January 2011

Domestic workers are not covered by collective agreements and regulations that pertain to Norwegian working life. As a result, they find themselves in an especially vulnerable situation – partly because many of them work under conditions that protect the employer, not the worker. Could establishing a minimum price be a solution?

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Publikasjoner

Forfatter(e):
Kitterød, Ragni Hege & Marjan Nadim
Publisert:
2020
Forfatter(e):
Bjørneseth, Frida, Martin Smidt & Jakub Stachowski
Publisert:
2019
Forfatter(e):
Liebig, Thomas & Kristian Rose Tronstad
Publisert:
2018
Forfatter(e):
Christensen, Ann-Dorte and Marit Benthe Norheim
Publisert:
2017
Forfatter(e):
Wærstad, Tone Linn
Publisert:
2017