Analyses, articles and publications
This study aims to provide the most representative picture possible of the living conditions of war children.
Cash-for care policies are contested in many contexts, as they represent an incentive for childrearing over work that may reduce labour market participation, especially among immigrant women.
Most Norwegian households are financially relatively well-off. Income inequality has remained the same in 2020 as in 2017, and thus the disparity between those at the bottom of the income distribution and those at the top remained stable.
This report examines women's health in a life course perspective. Unlike a disease-oriented approach, which primarily looks at a single condition at a given time in life, a life course perspective will address changes in health and the need for health and care services girls and women experience throughout their lives.
The purpose of this report is to provide an updated overview of students' living conditions as of 2021. The student body is constantly changing, and there is a need for updated knowledge about the living conditions of all types of students.
This report discusses the extent of humanitarian needs in Norway, and which population groups that are the most vulnerable.
In March 2021 Statistics Norway (SSB) conducted a national survey on Quality of Life. The main purpose of the survey was to get knowledge on Norwegian’s quality of life, and study differences between population groups.