The Longitudinal Study on Access to Autonomy after Placement (ELAP) aims to establish the profile of young people in child protection between the ages of 17 and 20, and identify their living conditions in placement and their immediate futures. Data collection has occurred in four distinctive waves.
Data collection has occurred in four distinctive waves and a passive follow-up.
Etude longitudinale sur l’accès à l’Autonomie des jeunes Placés
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