One of the aims of the RefugeesWellSchool project is to better understand the mental health profiles of migrant and refugee adolescents in secondary schools in Europe. In this article, the RWS team focused on the cases of Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The team asked what role family separation, daily material stress and perceived discrimination played in the wellbeing of refugee and non-refugee migrants.* Want to know more about this study? Read it here .
*This description is based on the abstract of Spaas, C., Verelst, A., Devlieger, I., Aalto, S., Andersen, A. J., Durbeej, N., … & De Haene, L. (2021). Mental health of refugee and non-refugee migrant young people in European secondary education: the role of family separation, daily material stress and perceived discrimination in resettlement. Journal of youth and adolescence, 1-23, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-021-01515-y .