Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine and analyse the influence of a decentralized governmental service of asylum centers on the asylum children’s well-being in a danish kindergarten. The study furthermore examines, how the governmental service has influence on the kindergarten’s options to strengthen the children’s well-being. The purpose is to establish which challenges and opportunities the asylum children experience, when they are placed in a danish institution and are therefore included in danish society before being granted a residence permit. To analyse the impact on the asylum children's well-being, a various selection of theory and empirical data is included. With this knowledge, we have discovered the differences in potential for well-being between the asylum children, who are fully as well as partly included in a danish institution. Furthermore we have discovered that the decentralized governmental service has turned into a profitable business, which has shown to be an advantage for the local governmental budget. The results of the study shows that the employees believe in pros and cons in keeping the asylum children separate from the danish children. There is a common belief that the utmost important factor is staffing and resources given to offer the children the best and strongest possible support.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Samfundsvidenskabelig Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||11 jan. 2016|