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The situation for street connected children in Georgia and Azerbaijan

The situation for street connected children in Georgia and Azerbaijan

06. February 2017

Anne Hatløy (pictured) and Tone Sommerfelt from Fafo will conduct a qualitative study and a desk review of issues related to street connected children in Georgia and Azerbaijan. The project is commissioned by UNICEF Georgia, and will map and document the migratory flows related to the phenomenon of street children, identify the main regions/cities of origin of destination, analyse the recruitment mechanism if any, and propose an estimated number of children living and/or working on the streets.

European research project on posting of workers

European research project on posting of workers

12. December 2016

Worker protection regulation for posted workers in the EU is seriously inadequate. The EU has introduced regulatory and technical solutions, including inter-alia the IMI-system for information exchange between labour inspectors and the proposed revision of the Posted Workers Directive. This project consist of a series of workshops to determine the effects of these actions. Anne Mette Ødegård and Kristin Alsos are participants from Norway. The project is headed by University of Jyväskylä.

Active ageing in the retail sector

Active ageing in the retail sector

29. November 2016

How to promote active ageing in the retail sector? This project will describe the status quo as well as explore policies and activities at the company level in selected cases. The objective is to provide research based knowledge for the social partners in their efforts to promote a more inclusive work life. Project leader Anne Inga Hilsen and researcher Åsmund Hermansen at Fafo are responsible for conducting the research.

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