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Research careers are sought-after and increasingly competitive. It has never been more important for early career researchers to be strategic about career moves, to develop effective networks and master the right skills to get into their careers of choice.
The Faculty of Educational Sciences and The Faculty of Law are jointly offering this one- day course.
This is a seminar on the International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) featuring the experienced CAS judge Christoph Vedder as the keynote speaker.
On the occasion of the Nobel Peace Price for 2017 being awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), we are showing the film "The Arrow of Time" with Mikhail Gorbatsjov among others. The film is a warning against a new nuclear arms race.
Professor Patricia Kameri-Mbote (University of Nairobi) and professor David Garland (New York University) give lectures on the occasion of receiving honorary doctoral degrees at the University of Oslo.
As U.S. cultural and political attitudes change, so do trends in U.S. law. Where is the U.S. Constitution in all of this? Guest lecture by Professor Steve Barnes, Penn State Law.
A British documentary about how two sons of prominent Nazis relate to their fathers gruesome acts during the Second World War.
International and European refugee law is under pressure.
The current refugee crisis has resulted in a collapse of both European and global solidarity in regard to refugee protection.
The refugee crisis has polarised the citizens of Europe. Inhumane policies are employed or threatened as people attempt to cross the borders of Europe. In these times, it becomes important to challenge double standards so that the univeral human rights to remain universal, argues Frances Webber from The Institue of Race Relations.