Domus Nova, 5.-7.fl. (map)
St. Olavs plass 5
More and more countries have abolished the death penalty. Still, a minority retains an active death penalty practice. What characterizes these retentionist countries internally, regionally and transnationally that may explain why they maintain the death penalty as a form of punishment and strategy of governance?
How do marginalised and street-involved black and minority ethnic youths feel about and tackle the stresses and pains of multiple and prolonged marginality? What factors promote or hinder their care or help-seeking efforts?