That is children’s right – isn’t it?: How does Statens Barnehus bring forward children’s rights to be heard?
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Through qualitative analysis with basis in a theoretical framework constructed by perspectives from sociology of childhood and Freeman and Dwyer’s understanding of children’s rights, this thesis contributes to in depth knowledge and critical analysis of actors perspectives and experience with Statens Barnehus forwarding children’s rights. This thesis has the aim to explore and examine the role of Statens Barnehus and their work with abused children. Through 8 in-depth interviews this thesis set focus on the impact of establishment of Statens Barnehus and their process related to forensic interview and problematize the concept of understanding children’s rights in different institutions. The aim of the in-depth interviews is to explore different actors understanding of `Statens Barnehus´ and how Statens Barnehus can contribute to forwarding children’s rights to be heard.