Comparative register studies
Overall purpose and goal of CAGE
In this project we investigates how socio-economic and health inequities develop during the formative years in young refugees, and how they relate to each other and to key areas of welfare policy like health services, education, employment and housing. By cross-country comparisons identify welfare policies that may promote health and socio-economic equity in young refugees compared with the majority populations.
Read about CAGE's different studies here:
A comparative analysis of education policies targeting the health and wellbeing of refugee students in the Nordic countries
Educational and psychosocial transitions encountered by young refugees upon resettlement in Norway