The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and the Research Group on Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law of Peace and Security welcome you to a conference on international, regional and national efforts towards ensuring the abolition of the death penalty. This conference will be an integral part of the Oslo Peace Days 2021 and feature the participation of various renowned speakers who will convene to take stock of the developments in the area of the abolition of the death penalty over the last years. Registration required (link below).
On the occasion of the Oslo Peace Days, the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) and the Norwegian Human Rights Fund (NHRF) is hosting a panel discussion on the topic of Norwegian and international support to human rights defenders, specifically addressing the question: "Current challenges for human rights defenders: What kind of support can Norway provide?
This seminar, which is a part of Oslo Peace Days, will look at the importance of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. It will address the requirements for effective implementation, and what needs to be prioritized in the future.
The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights welcomes you to a seminar on the prohibition against torture and the work of the Global Campus of Human Rights.
The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and the Rafto Foundation welcomes you to a lecture with Patrick Ball, looking at the role of data and statistics in truth commissions and tribunals. Ball is the Director of Research at the Human Rights Data Analysis Group, who won the Rafto Human Rights Prize 2021.
The GOODPOL Hybrid seminar Distinctively Political Normativity: Problems and Possibilities is held by Eva Erman, Professor in political science at Stockholm University.
In this digital webinar hosted by GOODPOL, Simone Chambers will discuss the new-authoritarians' attack on the public sphere.
In this digital webinar organized by GOODPOL, Samantha Besson discusses what the good government standard could and should mean in international law today.
In this digital webinar organized by GOODPOL, Keith Dowding discusses moral expertise and the role of the moral expert.
Join our roundtable on academic freedom in India
The point of departure for the GOODPOL-project, is that disagreement over policy is the normal state of politics. How we approach such disputes and which policy decisions we make are decisive for the distribution of benefits and burdens in society.