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Kristian Augusts gate 17
When studies commence in 2020, we will finally be able to start using the new Domus Juridica building. The design and equipment in the building will be a great boost in terms of the students’ learning environment, says Dean of Studies Erling Hjelmeng.
Diabetes, organ donation, consciousness, the immune system, evidence in rape cases, mental illnesses, medicinal plants and cancer. These are societal challenges that will be examined in interdisciplinary life science research groups at the University of Oslo.
Chinese scholars visit Oslo to learn from Norwegian experiences and discuss gender equality and human rights.
- 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.
As the first foreign organisation, the China Programme at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights received the Li Buyun Law Price this week.
After almost six and half years of waiting, Professor Ole Kristian Fauchald has finally received an answer to his compliant on the lack of access to information from the government. The complaint, which has made its way through national and international bodies, points to great weaknesses in the right to information in public processes.
With its new, unique databases, the investment team at PluriCourts has contributed to establishing the centre as a hub for empirical legal research on investment treaty arbitration – and is shining some empirical light on the contested issue of investment treaties.