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Demographic changes test the Nordic model and its ideals of an inclusive welfare society and equal access to public services where multilingualism is an inherent feature of permanently super-diverse societies - not a temporary societal condition that can be ‘solved’ by short-term instrumental means. Hence, there is a growing gap between key principles of universalism and the multilingual everyday realities of a large segment of the population in the Nordic countries. This situation calls for new ways to understand and respond to peoples’ needs, rights and current barriers to participation. Our interdisciplinary research team will address these gaps as well as the contemporary challenges of the Nordic welfare states’ responses to global migration by investigating everyday practices, encounters and the increase of digital and textual se

Research Area

  • Samhällsvetenskap

Research environment / Institution

  • Barn och unga
  • Institutionen för individ och samhälle

Project leader

Research Partner

  • Linnéuniversitetet
  • Södertörns högskola
  • Åbo Akademi

Research funding

  • Vetenskapsrådet

Project time

2023 - 2026