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in this article, PluriCourts director Geir Ulfstein focuses on other international instruments as an argument for dynamic (evolutive) interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Read the article (SSRN).
Denne introduksjonen er forfattet av bokens redaktører, Cecilia Marcela Bailliet og Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen, og er publisert i Promoting Peace Through International Law.
Denne artikkelen er forfattet av Bård A Andreassen og er publisert i Promoting Peace Through International Law.
Denne artikkelen er forfattet av Vibeke Blaker Strand, og er publisert i Promoting Peace Through International Law.
Denne artikkelen er forfattet av Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen, og er publisert i Promoting Peace Through International Law.
Denne artikkelen er forfattet av Gentian Zyberi, og er publisert i Promoting Peace Through International Law.
Jonas Tallberg, Thomas Sommerer and Theresa Squatrito have a forthcoming article to be published in the Review of International Organizations (2015). Read the article on the Review of International Organization's website or on SSRN.
Postdoctoral research fellow Daniel Behn has recently published an article entitled 'Legitimacy, Evolution, and Growth in Investment Treaty Arbitration: Empirically Evaluating the State of the Art' in Georgetown Journal of International Law (vol.46, no.2, 2015).
Denne artikkelen er forfattet av Malcolm Langford i samarbeid med Inga Winkler, og er publisert i The MDGs, Capabilities and Human Rights: The power of numbers to shape agendas.
This article is written in Norwegian by Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen and Agnieszka Cybulska and is published in a Norwegian juridical periodical: Lov og rett: Norsk juridisk tidsskrift 2015; Volum 54 (1) pp. 22-38.
The article is published by Malcolm Langford in Development and Change 2015; Volume 46.
The article is written by Stener Ekern and published in Gáldu Cála. Journal of Indigenous Peoples Rights 2015 (2) pps. 446-468
An article by postdoctoral fellow Shakira Bedoya Sanchez and Dr. Markus Virgil Hoehne will be published shortly by Berghahn Books as part of a volume entitled 'Universalism vs. Relativism: Human Rights in Anthropological Perspective'.
Postdoctoral Fellow Matthew Saul, has written a chapter in the third edited volume of the SHARES book series, The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law. Saul's chapter focuses on three instances of international administration – in Nauru, Bosnia, and Kosovo. By examining three different forms of administration, this chapter helps to demonstrate the variety in the responsibility issues that can arise when international actors (third states and/or international organisations) undertake the administration of a Territory, Saul writes. Read the chapter here.
New book chapter by PluriCourts co-director Andreas Føllesdal, to be published in European Public Spheres: Politics is Back (Ed. Thomas Risse, Cambridge University Press 2015, pp. 247-262). Read the chapter here (SSRN).
Contemporary and emerging issues.
In her new article, Postdoctoral Fellow Amrei Müller studies the relationship between the provision of health care and conflict situations. The article was published in (2014) 32 Wisconsin International Law Journal 415. Read the article.
The article of Błażej Kuźniacki, PhD Research Fellow at the Department of Public and International ( a member of the Research Group Companies, Markets, Society and the Environment) titled "EEA Exemption from Norwegian CFC rules" that was published in the Norwegian tax journal Skatterett 3/2014, pp. 260–302 is nominated for the price "The Article of the Year - 2014" of the Universitetsforlaget.
Marek Linha graduated from the University of Oslo in 2014. His master thesis titled Counter-terrorism and social rights: The assessment of adverse effects of counter-terrorism on social rights of families of terror suspects and convicts in Indonesia investigates how the enforcement of counter-terrorism measures in Indonesia has led to serious interference with social rights of families of terror suspects and convicts, potentially amounting to violations of international human rights law.
The NCHR Indonesia programme assisted Marek with realizing an internship at a research institute in Indonesia, as well as conducting a field trip, making it possible for him to collect important data. He is currently working as an advisor at the Norwegian Organization for Asylum Seekers (NOAS).