- Time: Thursday, November 10, 11.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
- Place: Doga, Oslo
The researchers are already well underway in investigating the various ways in which the pandemic has affected the lives of children and young people. At the same time, there is still much we do not know, and a great need to keep up with the long-term development.
At the conference, you will meet representatives of children and young people, authorities and researchers in conversations about how the pandemic has affected children and young people's mental health, living conditions, and school and education.
An important goal is to elicit young people's views on how the pandemic has affected them and their peers: What do they themselves think about the consequences of the pandemic, and what will it take to help young people in the best possible way?
- Iman Meskini, Actress and speaker
Among the speakers:
- Anders Bakken, NOVA, OsloMet
- Aslak Husby, Elevorganisasjonen
- Benedicte Marie Lio, Mental Helse Ungdom
- Cecilia Huhtala, Finlands Svenska Skolungdomsförbund
- Christine Ravn Lund , Dansk Ungdoms Fællesråd
- David Gyllenberg, Turku universitet
- Inga Bejer Engh, Barneombud
- Jonas Olofsson, Malmö universitet
- Kjersti Toppe, barne- og familieminister
- Marte Blikstad-Balas, Universitetet i Oslo
- Merethe Løberg, Nordens velferdssenter
- Rasmus Emborg, Ungdommens nordiske råd
- Tale Maria Krohn Engesvik, Helsesista
A complete list of speakers and the programme will be available during September.
The conference is free, and will will also be streamed online. Please note that conference will be held in Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish and Danish).