Together with the IUCN Commission of Environmental Law and other partners, the University of Oslo is organizing a four day conference to reflect on the importance of law for the critical decade.
Two-day conference in Oslo on how international law has been constructed and applied in Nordic public spheres and abroad
This seminar brings together leading international and Nordic scholars to discuss current topics with a focus on methodology and current issues in light of different approaches by lawyers, political scientists and sociologists.
The conference will present and discuss some preliminary results from the project Sustainable tax governance in developing countries through global tax transparency - DeSTaT
An “open government” is one with high levels of transparency and mechanisms for public scrutiny and oversight, all contributing ultimately to governmental accountability and better democracy.
The Department of Public and International Law at the University of Oslo invite you to participate at the conference "Sexual Freedom, Equality and the Right to Gender Identity as a Site of Legal and Political Struggles".
A draft declaration on the right of peoples to peace has been prepared by an UN Human Rights Council appointed Advisory Board.
The seminar will address this draft declaration which focuses on standards relating to international peace and security as core standards (elements of negative peace, absence of violence), and includes standards in the areas of peace education, development, the environment, and victims and vulnerable groups as elements of a positive peace.
Welcome to the closing conference for the research project Justice in the Risk Society and the book launch of "Justice and Security in the 21st Century". The conference will examine emerging trends and dilemmas in the constant challenge of enhancing security without undermining justice.