The main objective of the study is to examine whether gender, origin and class differences in parental participation and communication with the school system apply in Iceland.

The aim of the study is to participate in the development of a new interdisciplinary research field of love research in Iceland, which covers educational, humanities, health and social sciences.

This study is part of a more comprehensive study of whether and how Icelanders use the education system for self-image creation, group formation and differentiation (classes).

A comparative research project examining the irregular processes of inclusion and citizenship as experienced by migrant youth in Iceland, Norway and the UK.

We seek answers to how urban schools in Helsinki, Amsterdam and Reykjavík tackle challenges brought on by segregation with the idea of inclusive education.

This research project employs comparative network analysis to explore how school reforms are formulated, developed and renewed by the production and use of policy knowledge and expertise within and across five Nordic countries.

The research project intends to reconstruct a comparative view of basic education politics in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

The aim of the study is to investigate how teachers experience changes in the school community and how their working conditions and professional independence are determined by the social context in which their school operates.

The Nordic Centre of Excellence (NCoE) Justice through education in the Nordic Countries (JustEd) is a multidisciplinary, cross-national research network of 14 partners. It is coordinated at the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Educational Sciences.

CRITPEN is a Nordic research network with a critical knowledge interest that targets issues of social justice in education. It consists of a diverse group of scholars with some overarching characteristics.