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This was the main conclusion of a seminar organised at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights Tuesday September 11, 2018. The topic of the seminar was Indonesia 20 Years after the Fall of Suharto, and the emphasis was mainly on the human rights situation.
More than 60 young Chinese and international PhD and master students participated in the seminar series 2-7 July on UN Human Rights Mechanisms in Beijing.
In Indonesia, a country where corruption flourishes, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is the most trusteed public agency. Deputy agency chief Dr Laode M. Syarif will address the issue of natural resource extraction and corruption.
22 Chinese university lecturers gathered in Beijing for the Capacity Building Workshop on Gender and Human Rights 11-13 May.
Phenomena, root-causes and practical responses.
The winter issue of the Nordic Journal presents a series of articles on international election observation, highlighting it as a field of human rights action and addressing empirical experiences that need further examination.
The Fall issue of the Nordic Journal marks the 50 year anniversary of the Covenants with a Special Issue on the Interaction between human rights. It also features an additional research article on human rights of students with disabilities in Ghana and an award-winning student essay on the role of youth in the face of human rights advocacy challenges in Israel.
The May issue of the Nordic Journal features four research articles on the following topics: online privacy and data protection, human dignity and the right to health, the problem of land grabbing in Ethiopia, and honour-related violence and children’s rights.
The Nordic Journal of Human Rights spring issue of 2017 features four research articles covering a wide range of human rights topics: the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, tort law and human rights in business, the right to health care in Sweden, and legal regulation of religion in Myanmar.
The Nordic Journal of Human Rights invites submissions for its special issue on research methods related to Business & Human Rights (BHR) to be published in 2018.
A Chinese delegation visited the Faculty of Law as part of a European-Chinese cooperation aiming to promote legal assistance in remote areas and for disadvantaged groups in China.
The Nordic Journal of Human Rights winter issue for 2016 features four research articles covering a wide range of human rights topics: international election observation, women’s rights, substantive equality and judicial responses to ethno-cultural claims, as well as an ethnographic study of Mayan concepts and human rights framework. In this issue, all our contributing authors analyse and promote the development of more sophisticated rights frameworks and jurisprudence.
This project explores the nexus between poverty and human rights from an international legal perspective.
NORDEM's secondee to EULEX Kosovo, Vidar Stensland, will share his experiences from working as a judge in an international mission.
A seminar organized by NORDEM on the occasion of the visit by OSCE/ODIHR Director Michael Georg Link.
This issue features a timely article on the need for a closer relationship between fiscal transparency and human rights, and an article which offers a critical analysis of how the UN Human Rights Council conceives of traditional cultural practices. The latest issue also highlights the transition to an inclusive education system for disabled children, and features a reflection piece on human rights and dignity in health care. Articles are available from Taylor & Francis for download.
This project addresses the exercise of authority by international institutions: its features, its causes and effects, and its implications.
The project addresses constitutional and institutional issues in the political theory of human rights and asks questions like: How could we resolve the value conflict between human rights and democracy, and at what costs? And: Should and could international human rights institutions be reformed in order to achieve a more desirable institutional design?