The Centre is a muliti-diciplinary research centre and our staff and doctoral candidates have a varied diciplinary background.
Nordic School in Human Rights Research
The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights co-ordinates the Nordic School in Human Rights Research - Methodological Challenges in Human Rights Research.
The Nordic School in Human Rights Research strive to enhance and strengthen the already existing Nordic cooperation in the field of human rights researcher training, with the aim of strengthening the efficiency and excellence of Nordic human rights research. The network consists of ten partners:
- Danish Institute for Human Rights (Copenhagen)
- Icelandic Human Rights Centre (Reykjavik)
- Institute for Human Rights (Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
- Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (University of Oslo)
- Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Lund, Sweden)
- The Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research (Harvard, USA)
- Swedish National Defense College (Stockholm, Sweden)
- Christian Michelsen Institute (Bergen, Norway)
- European University Institute (Florence, Italy)
- The Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue (Lillehammer, Norway)
The Network offers joint research courses for doctoral candidates from the Nordic and Baltic countries and North West Russia as well as provides mobility scholarships for research visits and participation in courses and seminars.
Nordic Research Training Course 2012
19 - 23 March 2012, Turku/Åbo, Finland