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Natalie  Joubert

Natalie Joubert

Doctoral Researcher

Early stage researcher in Social Work

Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies | +358 50 575 6535

Natalie Joubert is currently a Welfare, Health and Management (WELMA) doctoral student at the University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio. She is a professionally qualified social worker who completed the Nordic Master in Social Work and Welfare in 2019. Her interest is in cultural diversity, parenting practices, the mental health and well-being of  children in migrant families and social inclusion in Scandinavia and  Europe.


  1. Joubert, Natalie, Anand, Janet Carter and Mäki-Opas, Tomi, (2020), Migration as a Challenge to the Sustainability of Nordic Gender Equality Policies as Highlighted through the Lived Experiences of Eritrean Mothers Living in Denmark, Sustainability, 12, issue 23. Impact Factor – 2.567
  2. Joubert, Natalie Lynette. “Parenting in a New Context–Eritrean Parents Living in Denmark.”ERIS Journal–Winter 2021–Forced Migration and Minority Groups (2021): 36.
  3. Farahani, Hadi, Natalie Joubert, Janet C. Anand, Timo Toikko, and Mohamad Tavakol. (2021). “A Systematic Review of the Protective and Risk Factors Influencing the Mental Health of Forced Migrants: Implications for Sustainable Intercultural Mental Health Practice” Social Sciences 10, no. 9: 334


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