Assessment of labour intensive programmes in Jordan

The main purpose of the post-assessment is to assist the national "Labour Intensive Infrastructure Programme" in Jordan through collecting former participants’ feedback on the extent to which the programme has contributed to peace and resilience in host communities, with special attention to the relationship between Jordanians and Syrian refugees.

Work and Health in Old Age

All over Europe, there is increased focus on longer working lives due to increased life expectancy and decreased birth rates, which put strains on welfare funding across nations. Although the overall population on average is healthier, better educated and has longer careers than before, there is limited knowledge on the health consequences of prolonged working careers.

Evaluation: 'FOR EVERYONE'. Module 1

This project is module 1 in a research-based evaluation of Sparebankstiftelsen SR-Bank’s initiative FOR EVERYONE! The evaluation will provide knowledge about the extent the donations reach the target groups, and what, if any, characterizes the projects that have good goal achievement.

Competence boost 2025 for the health sector

Fafo, with three other actors, aims to develop statistical background material for the government's plan for recruitment, competence, and professional development in the healthcare sector for the period 2021–2025. We will also evaluate the use of resources to achieve the goals for K 2025.

The Nordic labour Market Model at company level during the pandemic

Since March 2020, both the central and local social dialogue has been put on its’ worst stress test ever.

HK and organizing within banking and finance - follow-up research

The project will follow HK's project aimed at the increased organization in the banking and finance sector and map out how the project has worked. This is done through interviews at the local and central level in HK, through a survey, and by reviewing documents and statistics.

Training and learning outcomes in Kirkens SOS
This study aims to support the Church SOS 'emergency telephone service's quality and training work. The main emphasis will be on volunteers' learning outcomes and the extent to which the introductory course is useful for the work the volunteer is to perform in the telephone and chat service. The study will also shed light on the perceived advantages and disadvantages of digital courses versus training courses with physical attendance.
Collective organizations and institutions in the Norwegian labour market

The industrial actors and institutions are key elements in the Norwegian labour market model. Previous research has shown that these institutions are solid, however, the unionization rate and the collective bargaining coverage in the private sector are decreasing.

Evaluation of FREMtid for competence 2021 - 2023
The food industry is a growing industry where digitalisation is developing rapidly. New technology and new equipment place ever-increasing demands on the competence of employees. 
The future of resettlement: vulnerability revisited

We will explore changes in resettlement policies, specifically related to the concept of "vulnerability", and how these policy changes shape the processes of how refugees are selected for resettlement.

Evaluating the quality of asylum interviews

The overall goal of the project is to investigate whether the UDI's conduct of asylum interviews is in line with current quality requirements.

Evaluating "Snakke" and "Jeg vet"

The overall objective of this project is to evaluate the implementation process as well as the effect of, and experiences with, two learning resources about violence and abuse against children: "Snakke sammen" (talk) and "Jeg Vet". (I know)

Trust among refugees. The impact of welfare state institutions

This project sets out to study how institutional and social trust develops over time among newly arrived refugees in Norway and Denmark. Our focus is on the role of welfare state institutions: How do different institutions, policies and street-level practices influence refugees’ trust in host country institutions?

Youth with neurobiological diagnoses

The NEUROLIFE project maps experiences with and perspectives on living conditions, social participation, and public services among youth and young adults with neurodevelopmental diagnoses. The most salient neurodevelopmental diagnoses in this research are ADHD, Autism and Tourette's Syndrome. A disproportionate number of young adults with these diagnoses struggle mentally, physically, socially and financially, and today’s public services are only able to contribute to a limited extent to remedy such burdens. 

To hear children in deportation cases

The project will examine how current regulations and the immigration authorities' practice safeguard children's right to be heard in deportation cases that affect them.

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