Domus Nova, 5.-7.fl. (map)
St. Olavs plass 5
This year’s main event for Nordic policing researchers was a success, when the Young Nordic Police Research Network hosted their annual seminar.
- Our aim with this research project is to contribute with knowledge relevant to Norwegian policy development. The Oslo Migration Conference is a great arena for developing our ability to do just that, says Professor and project leader May-Len Skilbrei.
- In recent years, migration and borders have become important topics in the annual conference of the European Society of Criminology, says Professor May-Len Skilbrei, and it will be so also at the upcoming conference in Sarajevo.
Kjersti Lohne and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik nominated for "Best article 2017".
Nigerian films will be in the spotlight for the very first time at Oslo's biggest film festival, the Films from the South Festival. Researchers from the MIGMA project at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law have been central in the film selection for the festival program.
Kjersti Lohne is the first criminologist from the University of Oslo to receive His Majesty the King’s Gold Medal. The medal will be awarded at a prize ceremony at the annual celebration of the University of Oslo on September 1st.
Leading criminological journal names their article on Frontex as best article of 2015.
Participants connected to the crimmigration project will this week write blogposts for Border Criminologies.
Professor May-Len Skilbrei was key note speaker at this year's European Group Conference.
Mit großer Trauer erfuhren wir von Nils Christis plötzlichem Tod am 27. Mai.
Con gran dolor hemos recibido la muy triste noticia de que Nils Christie falleció el miércoles 27 de Mayo.