2018, 120 pp, 270,- NOK, Order no 20671
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This is the first interim report from a process evaluation of the Nordic 0–24 project. The Nordic 0–24 project was initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2017. The aim is to improve services in the Nordic countries that are directed at vulnerable children and young people between the ages of 0 and 24 years by means of improving cross-sectoral collaboration. The overall agenda is to prevent the social exclusion of the target group, prevent school dropout and future marginalisation in the labour market. The project comprises cases from all the Nordic countries and these cases serve as national examples of cross-sectoral collaboration around service delivery for the target group. This first interim report provide an overview of the design of the process evaluation, a structural description of the national cases, and as a background for future analyses, the national policy context of the involved cases and relevant national welfare systems and services.