Domus Juridica, 7. floor (map)
Kristian Augusts gate 17
This second webinar in the two-part webinar series will discuss further building a new normal based on human rights standards and principles.
Human rights and democratic standards at risk in the Era of COVID-19. Lessons from Norwegian, European and Indonesian context.
How does law deal, or should deal with religion? The question arises especially in times of seemingly ever increasing nationalism and populism, often stirring up religious sentiments.
Associate Professor Stian Øby Johansen will present a case and focus on the international law aspects, as well as methodological lessons and challenges which arise when Norwegian law meets the international law
Avlyst for å forebygge koronasmitte.
This PhD/professional training course aims at a systematic criticism of blasphemy laws from the specific angle of Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB).
Avlyst for å forebygge koronasmitte.
Every year, millions of people are forced to leave their homes and become displaced. Climate change and natural hazard-related disasters are understood to play a crucial part in this events. This fresh research by Isabel Borges, explores the increasing concern over the extent to which those suffering from forced cross-border displacement as a result of environmental change, are protected under international human rights law.
Finalist of the Martin Ennals Award for human rights defenders, Norma Ledezma, will on this guest lecture speak about seeking justice for the families and victims of femicide, disappearance and human trafficking in Mexico.
The research group is hosting a seminar on a new book, by two of its members, that presents the most important regimes of international law applicable to armed conflict: The use of force, humanitarian law, human rights in armed conflict, international criminal law and the position of terrorists, foreign fighters and military contractors under international law.
Interviewing is a core task in law enforcement and how the police conduct interviews has a profound impact on the outcome and fairness of the subsequent criminal proceedings. This seminar will discuss the applicability of investigative interviewing in counter-terrorism efforts, discuss how it can serve as a remedy against ill-treatment, and illustrate the psychology behind this approach.
Introduction by Kjersti Lohne
UN Secretary General António Guterres observed that: “We are a world in pieces. We need to be a world at peace”. UiO Professor Cecilia Bailliet created the first law course on the Right to Peace at UiO and is proud to present this unique publication which explains the status of Peace as a key aim of the UN Charter and deserves renewed attention by academics, policymakers and practioners.
These waters have become contentious because of seabed petroleum exploration and fisheries undertaken pursuant to treaties between Morocco and the EU, Japan, and Russia. These activities have been protested by the territory’s government-in-exile, the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic.
Is law fit for the purpose of protecting oceans against increasing pressures and demands?
This two-day conference aims at analyzing new trends in the law of the sea, international environmental law, and related fields of law, and discussions related to the effectiveness of certain tools and mechanisms.
Introduksjon ved professor Erik Røsæg
Public lectures and discussion. The seminar is arranged on the occasion of the visit of an Indonesian interfaith delegation to Norway, in cooperation between the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and the Council of Religious and Life-Stance Communities.
Professor and activist Noelia Figueroa will give the lecture "From #niunamenos (not one woman less) to #seraley (it will be law): Feminism, liberalism and Patriarchy in Argentina today"
What are the current trends when it comes to assisting and protecting refugees and asylum-seekers in Europe and in the Middle East? How do political decisions regarding refugees taken in one region affect assistance and protection in other regions?
The NCHR's yearly Intensive Course in International Human Rights will be arranged in September 2019.
Nils Butenschøn retires from his position as Professor at the NCHR on first of July this year. The seminar is organised around central topics in Butenschøn’s academic works over the past 45 years: Nationality conflicts, models of power sharing in deeply divided societies, and the study of citizenship and human rights as a basis for legitimate state authority. Empirically, most of the works, including the five books Butenschøn has published in the last decade, have focused on the Middle East and the region’s modern political history.
This Conference aims at gathering leading scholars and young researchers to discuss an important topic for international law and governance, which has gained increased attention in the last decades.
Speakers: Prof. Dr. Enver Hasani, Professor of International Law, First President of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo and Prof. Dr. Haxhi Gashi, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Prishtina.
In March 2019 was the first election in Thailand since the military coup in 2014: What is the situation for those organizing to defend the human rights? Will the human rights crisis prevail, or will the situation get better?