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The Living History Forum (2011) Antisemitism och islamofobi – utbredning, orsaker och preventivt arbete. Authors: B. Löwander & M. Hagström.

Hagström, M. (2011) ”En kamp med tiden”. Invandrare & minoriteter (2): 13-17.

Hagström, M. (2011) ”Resettlement as a Durable Solution: An Introduction”, in D. Elliott & U. A. Segal (eds.) Refugees Worldwide Vol 4. Praeger Publishers. Forthcoming.

Bevelander, P. & M. Hagström (2010) ”Kvotflyktingars fördröjda framgång”, in M. åhdal (ed.) Lyckad invandring. Tio svenska forskare om hur man når framgångar. Stockholm: Fores.

Hagström, M. (2009) “Winners and losers? The outcome of the dispersal policy in Sweden”, in P. Bevelander, M. Hagström & S. Rönnqvist (eds.), Resettled and included? The employment integration of resettled refugees in Sweden. Malmö University.

Hagström, M. (2009) En kamp med tiden: Hinder i kommunintroduktion av nyanlända kvotflyktingar. Project Report. December 2009.

Bevelander, P., M. Hagström & S. Rönnqvist (eds) (2009) Resettled and included? The employment integration of resettled refugees in Sweden. University.

Bevelander, P., M. Hagström & S. Rönnqvist (2009) ”Från skyddad till anställd”, Invandrare & minoriteter (6): 18-22.

Bevelander, P. & M. Hagström (2009) Mellan uppehållstillstånd och bostad. En kartläggning av nyanlända flyktingars bostadssituation. Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning. Karlskrona.

Bevelander, P., H. Emilsson & M. Hagström (2008)

Asylsökandes eget boende, EBO – en kartläggning

. Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning. Karlskrona. (Also published in Swedish Government Official Reports (SOU) 2009:19 Aktiv väntan – asylsökande i Sverige)

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About Child studies

Child Studies is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on issues regarding children, childhood and family in history and society. Education in Child Studies: under graduate level, master level, graduate level (Ph.D).



About Tema

The objective for Tema - The Department of Thematic Studies is to pursue excellent research and education at undergraduate and advanced levels relevant to society.

Child Studies
Gender Studies
Technology and social change
Environmental Change


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