Youth Minorities and Marginal Youth

Bidragets oversatte titel: ungdomsminoriteter og marginal ungdom

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Based on the NABO Denmark study this presentation wishes to highlight some of the central results on how young people in Denmark understand their own social inclusion connected to practices and problems in their everyday life. Further, the presentation seeks to deepen and broaden critical perspectives on the experiences of young people in relation to young people’s participation, engagement and empowerment and their identifications of vulnerability, discrimination and marginalization. Central to this is young people’s concerns and feelings of injustice and hope connected to societal and cultural problem horizons.

What is the young people’s experiences of Belonging and their feelings of being a minority as youth as well as belonging to a minority group in society? Rural youth, ethnic minority youth, socially vulnerable/disadvantaged youth , LGBTQAI+ Youth.
How can Youth Research strengthen the participant Youth as so they can profit, gain insight and learn from their participation and avoid legitimization and representation.
Bidragets oversatte titelungdomsminoriteter og marginal ungdom
Publikationsdato13 jun. 2022
StatusUdgivet - 13 jun. 2022
Begivenhed15th Nordic Youth Research Symposium 2022 : The Past, Present and Future of Nordic Youth Research - OSLOMET, OSLO, Norge
Varighed: 13 jun. 202215 jun. 2022
Konferencens nummer: 15


Konference15th Nordic Youth Research Symposium 2022
AndetYoung people live in a world of rapid change, due to global events and phenomena such as digitalisation, climate change, and the Covid-19 pandemic. It has never been more important to understand young lives. What shapes their lives and their futures today? What is at stake for young people? Youth research holds a strong position in the Nordic countries, but do we have the necessary tools and perspectives to understand, interpret and grasp the lives of modern-day youth? The NYRIS conference welcomes a dialogue about young people’s lives today and the past, present, and future of Nordic youth research.

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