Children and Young People in Everyday Life and Professional Practices
OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, September 19 – 21 2022
Conference Programme, with all abstracts:
An important ambition for the interdisciplinary research group CHILDLIFE is to develop theoretical perspectives, methodological approaches, and empirical knowledge that embraces the child within and across various institutional, social and cultural contexts.
Practitioners in our field regularly meet with children and young people in different physical and institutional contexts: as pupils, as patients, as clients and as social-service users.
In 2019, we successfully arranged our first international conference, attracting delegates from countries around the world.
Sadly, due to the Covid-19 pandemic our follow up conference in 2021 had to be postponed. We therefore aim to meet with you all in Oslo in September 2022, at which point we all hope that safe international travel will be possible.
You can sign up for the conference and read more about it here:
OsloMet is a major Norwegian university with about 21,000 students and 2,100 employees. Our study programs offer undergraduate and post graduate education for future professionals within education, health and welfare fields.