Jan Helgesen og Anine Kierulf inviterer til MRforum.
Debatten om barnevernet har i det siste vært preget av forholdet mellom barnets beste og barnevernets maktutøvelse. Hvordan kan barnevernet virke både som kontrollør og støttespiller?
NORDEM, in co-operation with the OSCE, will host an OSCE Forum on recruitment and secondments to the OSCE. Representatives from the OSCE Recruitment Section will participate and will present OSCE recruitment policies, methodology and competance model as well as look into Norwegian representation and recruitment to the organization
For many people, today’s world is an insecure place, full of threats on many fronts. Natural disasters, violent conflicts, persistent poverty, epidemics and economic downturns impose hardships and undercut prospects for peace and stability as well as sustainable development.
Ms. Mehrnaz Mostafavi is the Chief of the Human Security Unit (HSU) at the United Nations holds this lecture.
This seminar with Dr. Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi, Oxford University and Dr. Iselin Frydenlund, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and PRIO analyses four laws to ‘protect race and religion’ in Myanmar.
Being a refugee is hard. Being a refugee with a disability is even harder. Globally there are about 8 million displaced persons with disabilities.
Organisers: The Atlas Alliance, Plan International Norway and the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights
Where does the recent, increased attention on freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) from states, NGOs and parliamentarians come from? How does it relate to domestic political issues? Which aspects of FoRB are affected, and what are the consequences for the relationship between FoRB and other fundamental human rights?
Convenors: Inga Bostad and Claudio Corradetti.
NORDEM LTO training will take place 9-11 December in Oslo. More information will follow.
Myths and realities about the emergence of the International Bill of Human Rights as a recommended social contract – and provisional reflections on its future.
Asbjørn Eide presents his latest book - just published.
This guest lecture will address the development, use, and expansion of "terrorist watchlists" in the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom, highlighting legal issues relating to rule of law, and freedom of movement (or "the right to travel"), but also to the pernicious effect watchlisting has on conceptions of citizenship.
Recent legislation in these countries increases state power to control travel and denaturalize citizens (to the point of statelessness).