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The Global Compacts, IO Mandate Competition and Recognition Processes. Talk by Cathryn Costello from Oxford University.
PhD Course 3 ECTS/ Professional Training. While the course is primarily aimed at PhD candidates doing research on this area, it is also open to professionals (with different backgrounds) who have an interest or are working with issues concerning Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Book launch - Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen
Call for papers for conference, taking place in Oslo on Monday, 3 June 2019. Submission deadline 15 March - see the Call for papers. The 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.
The NCHR is pleased to announce the 2019 Intensive Course on International Human Rights. It is now possible to apply for admission.
The research group for International Law and Governance invites you to this afternoon meeting with Professor Christina Voigt
We regret to inform you that this lunch seminar has been cancelled
This seminar will seek to address some of the existing challenges for space law in the Norwegian, European and international perspective. We also wish to lay a foundation for future discussions of space law issues at the University of Oslo. Our speakers are Terje Wahl (Norwegian Space Center), Steven Freeland (Western Sydney University Law School), Alla Pozdnakova (Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law), Katrin Nyman Metcalf (International Relations Committee of the European Space Agency), Alexander Soucek (European Space Agency), Kirsten Ullbæk Selvig (Ministry of Transport, Norway) and Mari Amanda Eldholm (European Centre for Space Law).
The seminar is open, but requires registration (closed Dec 2nd)
This seminar will mark the centenary and promote reflection on the impact of the First World War on the structure, content and character of international law. Speakers include Doctoral Research Fellow Jørgen Sørgard Skjold, Associate Professor Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen, Professor Gentian Zyberi, Professor Geir Ulfstein and Researcher Halvard Leira, NUPI
With Louis Bickford, Memria.org and adjunct Professor, Colombia University.
In cooperation with the Nobel Institute and the Global Policy Initative at Columbia University, New York, the Faculty's research group on International Law and Governance organizes an event to mark the launch of a Model International Mobility Convention and the implications of a comprehensive global mobility regime.
Organizers: Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) and Human Rights Research League (HRRL).
The seminar will address the role which domestic human rights actors play towards the UN Human Rights Treaty Body Review 2020 benchmark. Ministerial representatives, independent state institutions (National Human Rights Institutions and Ombudspersons) and civil society organizations have been invited to Oslo to share their experiences and discuss how to build a more effective UN Human Rights Treaty Body System for all stakeholders.
From the The Wilsonian moment 1918-1919 to the Rooseveltian moment 1941-1948 including the drafting and adoption of the UDHR.
Panel led by Miloon Kothari and Asbjørn Eide.
The Research Group on International Law and Governance is, together with the Norwegian branch of the International Law Association, pleased to welcome Professor Christian J. Tams, Chair of International Law at The University of Glasgow, to offer his reflections on international adjudication.
NCHR is pleased to announce the 2018 Intensive Course on International Human Rights.
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.
Speaker: Miloon Kothari. This seminar is the first in a series planned by the Human Rights and Sustainable Development: Law and Policy Research, Faculty of Law, to address the challenges of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Human Rights.
Was Norway's support a violation of Syrian sovereignty and a breach of the principle of non-intervention?
What is the significance of Norway's intent in supporting the paramilitary group?
Can it be justified as self-defense in accordance with article 51 UNC?
Experiences and Strategies from the European Court of Human Rights, the International Criminal Court, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and the WTO Appellate Body.
The Oslo Recommendations’ 20th Anniversary Conference is organized by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities,the Norwegian Resource Bank for Democracy and Human Rights and the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (University of Oslo).
Interdisciplinary Conference on Migration: Vulnerability, Protection, and Agency in Oslo 24-25 May 2018, under the auspices of the University of Oslo, Faculty of Law.
The Norwegian Defense University College, the Research Group on Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law on Peace and Security, and the Research Group on International Law and Governance have the pleasure to invite you to an open seminar with Dr Bill Boothby.
On 14 April 2018, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States attacked Syria with over 100 missiles. The attack followed an alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government against its opponents in the long-running civil war.