Refugee and Immigrant Children’s Right to Education – A Comparative Analysis of Education Policies targeting Immigrant Children in the Nordic Countries
26 feb 2020
This report addresses how government legislation in the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden ensure the right to primary and lower secondary education for immigrant students and how this legislation has developed since the 1980s.
The focus of this report rests on the governmental obligation to ensure the right to education, based on the framework developed by Tomaševski (2001). The framework includes four dimensions of the right to education addressing how governments must make education available, accessible, acceptable and adaptable.
Authors: Tørslev, Mette Kirstine, Rothe Børsch, Anne Sofie