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About our partnership model

The centre utilises a partnership model aimed to promote research carried out in close cooperation with external actors. In each joint project, the researcher and the external partner formulate the central research question together to ensure mutually beneficial outcomes. It is important that the research questions be formulated in a way that makes them both of high scientific interest and of strong interest to the respective project partner.

In addition to publication in academic journals or other outlets, which the University requires, projects must be reported to the external partner. Since it must be easy for the partner to access the research results and implement them in practice, the researcher(s) involved and the external partner must agree on how the project outcome should be reported. The model is designed so that each project corresponds to 30% of a full-time position.

The model also includes a support function where the centre director meets with the researchers involved in projects on several occasions to discuss and provide support in the research process.

Besides the research conducted within the framework of the partnership model, the centre for child and youth studies collaborates with external actors for example by funding doctoral studentships. Together with the Närhälsan community health services in Gothenburg and Campus Västervik in Västervik, two doctoral studentships funded in equal parts by the University and the respective partner were established in autumn 2016.

Outreach projects

Many collaborative research projects are focused around early intervention for children, adolescents and their families aimed to promote psychological health as well as inclusion of children and youth and thus social sustainability in the long term. Two new outreach projects have been launched in 2016: one in the municipality of Lysekil and one involving seven municipalities in the Fyrbodal region.

Ongoing projects

Ale Municipality
Young people with risky use of alcohol and drugs 

Campus Västervik
Young adults living in rural areas

Fyrbodal Local Federation
Welfare technology for increased well-being and empowerment

Grästorp Municipality
Ledarskap i klassrummet

Jönköping Municipality
Lärarens ledarskap i och utanför klassrummet

Kungälv Municipality
Barns, ungas och föräldrars upplevelse av ett samlat stöd i ett familjehus 

Lidköping Municipality
Ung arena

Lysekil Municipality
Out-reach workers experienced opportunities in social work with young people.

Lysekil Municipality, Department of Education
Trygg hela dagen

Länsförsäkringar Alliance
Du äger ditt liv

Orust Municipality and Dals-Ed Municipality
HittaDrivet: studiemotivation och genusmönster i grundskolan

Trollhättan City
Undervisning och kommunikation i träningsskolan
Svenska som andra språk i förskolan

Vänersborg kommun och Trollhättan kommun
Kartläggning av nyanlända elevers mottagande och utbildningssituation, samt deras övergångar i skolsystemet (KAN-projektet)

Åmål Municipality
Health care for youths in Åmål

Finished projects

Campus Västervik
Young and unemployed in Västervik

Grästorp Municipality
Team Agera - an increased and deepened pupil-health intervention through interprofessional collaboration

Stenungsund Municipality
Children’s Transitions from Preschool to School

Trollhättan City and Västra Götaland County
Agency, gender and intercultural encounters of children and young people: A case study of a football club

Uddevalla Municipality
Parent resource - a deepened and broadened support for families in need
About teachers’ relationships with parents whose children are regarded to have "problems".

Vara Municipality
The significance of early interventions in preschool

Västra Götaland County
Barnrättsarbete genom ombud

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