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PluriCourts coordinator Christina Voigt has co-edited the new volume The Common Interest in International Law. The book is a part of the Intersentia series on Law & Cosmopolitan Values. Voigt has also contributed with the chapter "Delineating the Common Interest in International Law".
PluriCourts postdoc Silje Aambø Langvatn has together with Sofie A.E. Høgestøl written a book review of International Criminal Justice: Legitimacy and Coherence, edited by G. Boas, W. A. Schabas and M. P. Scharf. The review is published in the Nordic Journal of International Law, vol. 83, no. 3. Read the review.
In this article, PluriCourts Director Andreas Føllesdal discusses what the foundations for a shared European Identity should be.
Master thesis by PluriCourts Research Assistant Marte Jervan. PluriCourts Research Paper No. 14-17. Read the thesis (SSRN).
In this new book in the Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law series, MultiRights postdoctoral fellow Matthew Saul examines the international legal framework which regulates popular governance of post-conflict reconstruction.
Article written by professor Sveinung Sandberg for the journal Terrorism and Political violence
A Hazard to a Sustainable Criminal Justice System?
- hadde skoleskytingene i Finland sammenheng med 22 juli?
- Notes From the Diaries of a Beginner Let Loose in Oslo Prison
– but with less use of Imprisonment
PhD Fellow Kjersti Lohne has co-authored an article on the so-called Humanitarian Drone.
According to official statistics, about half of the male prisoners in Norwegian prisons are fathers.
- new article by PhD fellow Monika Lindbekk.
Katja Franko Aas has edited a three-volume anthology on globalization and crime.
Sverre Flaatten and Per Jørgen Ystehede have been guest editors for a special issue on historical criminology.
- Anthology edited by professor Ragnhild Sollund
- Contemporary Problems and Future Challenges
The Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso (1835 – 1909) is the single-most important figure in the founding of criminology and the study of aberrant conduct in the human Sciences.
Katja Franko Aas og Mary Bosworth (red.) (2013): The Borders of Punishment: Migration, Citizenship, and Social Exclusion. Oxford: Oxford University Press
In this article, PluriCourts director Andreas Føllesdal discusses different conceptions of subsidiarity. He argues that instead of one principle of subsidiarity, there are different conceptions with varying institutional implications.
Special issue in the Nordic Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 32, Issue 2), edited by former MultiRights Postdoc Marjan Ajevski.
The issue looks at the consequences of institutional fragmentation within one branch of international law: International human rights law. Has the practice of international human rights Courts and tribunals led to fragmented human rights protection?
Shifting Paradigms in the Protection of the Rule of Law and Human Rights in the UK, France and the Netherlands.
Article by Gar Yein Ng written during her stay at MultiRights.
Master thesis by Teresita Acedo Betancourt. Read the paper (SSRN).