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Empowering children and young people through research

Centre for Advanced Research on Integrity, Rights and Inclusion of the Child (CIRIC) brings together research and development initiatives focused on children and families in the child welfare system, initiating collaboration between scholars from different disciplines with policy planners and practitioners in the field, both nationally and internationally. The Centre is established in 2020. CIRIC is originally a collaborative effort between Tallinn University and Oslo Metropolitan University. The goal is to improve the quality of services that children and families receive through a research-focus on the rights of the child and professional practice.

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Discursive Practices of Child Institutional Substitute Care. Experience from an Ethnographic Research in SOS Children’s Village Estonia

Ingrid Sindi defended her dissertation on "Discursive Practices of Child Institutional Substitute Care. Experience from [...]

“I do not want to cause additional pain …” – Child protection workers’ perspectives on child participation in child protection practice

New article has been accepted in the Journal of Family Social Work by Karmen [...]

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