Integration and skills
Integration and skills



Research professor
Doctoral Researcher
Affiliated associate professor
Head of Research
Hanne C. Kavli og Ragna Lillevik
Vi har nå holdt hjulene i gang
Kommunenes integreringsarbeid under koronautbruddet
Fafo-rapport 2020:16
Anne Britt Djuve, Hanne Cecilie Kavli, Oddbjørn Raaum, Simen Markussen, Øystein M. Hernæs og Maria Laura Di Tommaso
Økonomiske insentiver i integreringsarbeidet
Forslag til modeller for pilotering og utprøving
Fafo-rapport 2019:29
Anne Britt Djuve, Hanne Cecilie Kavli, Erika Braanen Sterri og Beret Bråten
Introduksjonsprogram og norskopplæring
Hva virker – for hvem?
Fafo-rapport 2017:31
Beret Bråten, Josefine Jahreie og Ragna Lillevik
Innvandrerorganisasjoners rolle i integreringen
Sett gjennom en statlig tilskuddsordning
Fafo-rapport 2017:14
Erika Braanen Sterri
Fafo-notat 2016:06
Anne Britt Djuve og Anne Skevik Grødem (red.)
Innvandring og arbeidsmarkedsintegrering
NordMod2030. Delrapport 11
Fafo-rapport 2014:27
Anne Britt Djuve
Fafo-rapport 2011:19
Jon Horgen Friberg
Integrering av arbeidsinnvandrere
Integrering av arbeidsinnvandrere - Noen spørsmål og utfordringer i kjølvannet av EU-utvidelsen
Fafo-notat 2006:29
Monica Lund
Fafo-notat 2006:2
Fafo-notat 2002:11
Hanne Cecilie Kavli og Elin Svensen
Fafo-notat 2001:08

News about migration and integration

New article on young outsiders in the EU South

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Youth unemployment and precarity have been expanding in the aftermath of the recent global recession. This article, co-written by Anne Hege Strand, offers an empirical examination of the uneven expansion of young people "Not in Employment, Education or Training" (NEETs) between regions of Italy, Spain, Greece and Cyprus. The authors highlighted region, as well as gender, class, education and economic growth as key factors behind NEET statistics.

Social and economic organisation of begging migration from Romania to Norway

Monday, 04 April 2022

A new article by Guri Tyldum and Jon Horgen Friberg in International Migration describes how poor visitors from Romania gain access to information, loans and transport services, begging spots and safe places to sleep, as well as emotional and social support when they are in Oslo to beg.

Growing tolerance for homosexuality among immigrant-origin adolescents in Norway

Tuesday, 21 December 2021

In this article, Erika Braanen Sterri explores attitudes about the acceptability of homosexuality among immigrant-origin adolescents in Norway. Despite substantial differences between native- and immigrant origin youth and between different groups according to regional origin and religious affiliation, there are clear indications of higher tolerance towards homosexuality across all groups. Immigrant-origin youth in Norway consider themselves more tolerant than their parents and are more tolerant compared to adolescents residing in their countries of origin. Family length of residence also correlates positively with the level of acceptance of homosexuality.