Sofie Haug Changezi is a research fellow at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS) and a PhD student at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo. Her research is primarily aimed at children and young people with a refugee background. She is educated within Educational Sciences and holds a master degree in Philosophy in Comparative and International Education (M. Phil.) from the Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo. She is currently connected to a research project examining the settlement experiences of unaccompanied minor refugees, with a particular focus on education, accommodation and care provisions. The project leader is Lutine de Wal Pastoor. For more information about the research project please see: http://www.nkvts.no/fu/Sider/prosjektinfo.aspx?prosjektid=1265 (only available in norwegian)
For further information about Changezi, please see: http://www.nkvts.no/ansatte/sider/ansattinfo.aspx?ansattid=24658
Changezi, S. H. and Biseth, H. (2011). Education of Hazara refugee girls in Diaspora: Education as empowerment and an agent of change. Research in Comparative and International Education, vol. 6, number 1, s. 79-89
Changezi, S. (2009). Societies in Conflict: The education of young female Hazara, Afghan refugees in Quetta, Pakistan – Factors influencing access to basic education. Master thesis. Oslo, Norway: Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo.