Ester E. J. Strømmen
Ester E.J. Strømmen is a research assistant at PluriCourts within international criminal law and human rights, also working within the environmental and investment pillars. She holds a Masters of Law (LLM) in Public International Law from the University of Oslo, and an M.A. (Honours) from the University of St. Andrews in International Relations. Her research areas include international law, security, counter terrorism and human rights, gender and terrorism.
Masters of Law (LLM) Public International Law, University of Oslo.
Master of Arts (Honours) International Relations, University of St. Andrews.
JUS5503 Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Striking a Balance?
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017). Frontiers of International Environmental Law- Perspectives from the next generation of researchers .
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017). Gendered Perspectives on Women in IS.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017). Jihadi Brides or Female Foreign Fighters? Women in Da’esh – from Recruitment to Sentencing .
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017, 29. august). NRK P2 Verdibørsen- Jihadbruder. [Radio]. NRK P2.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017, 22. september). Opplysningen 99,3 . [Radio]. Radio Nova, Opplysningen 99,3.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017). Where are the women in terror? Female agency in terrorism .
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2017). Women in Da'esh from recruitment to sentencing.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. & Lilleslåtten, Mari (2017, 20. september). Kjønnsavdelingen- Kjønn i krig og konflikt . [Internett]. Kjønnsavdelingen, Kilden Kjønnsforskning.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2016). Female Foreign Terrorist Fighters in Da’esh: Victims or Perpetrators? Gendered narratives on women and terrorism: Explaining differences in sentencing for female foreign terrorist fighters and implications under international law.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. (2016). Female foreign fighters in Da'esh.
- Strømmen, Ester E.J. & Czelusniak, Tanja Erika Andersen (2016). Skewed media reportings on South Africa and the ICC .
- Strømmen, Ester Elisabeth Jørgensen (2016). Female Foreign terrorist fighters in Da'esh: victims or perpetrators Gendered narratives creating differences in sentencing.