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Seminar with Klentiana Mahmutaj, independent expert on the Expert Mechanism on the Right to Development at the United Nations Human Rights Council. Klentiana Mahmutaj will share her experiences and provide insights into the work of the Expert Mechanism on the Right to Development.
Research Group on Human Rights, Armed Conflict, and the Law of Peace and Security, Department of Public & International Law, University of Oslo, Norway are hosting the webinar. Organizer: Cecilia Bailliet.
This webinar will address international law and governance challenges related to the security of global common spaces.
The focus will be on militarization of outer space and cooperation and rivalry in the Arctic.
There will be time for questions and discussion after the presentations.
Join our roundtable on academic freedom in India
This webinar is focused on the article (see link below) which addresses possible solutions that secure good governance and low political tension for the international seabed of the Arctic Ocean
5 week digital course for Asian civil society organisations on intersectional discrimination with a particular focus on people with disabilities and issues surrounding sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI)
The book launch is an open event, please register to receive the zoom link
Please SIGN UP by 26 January and receive Leiss' paper upfront
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.
The event is part of Oslo Peace Days 2020, in which this webinar will focus on the enduring challenges of global poverty and its relationship to human rights, including the collective experience of former United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty, Philip Alston, politicians, activists and academics.
See the zoomed event below.
This event was part of Oslo Peace Days 2020 and focused on pertinent global challenges, including human rights accountability, countering climate change, managing migration, and dealing with organizational challenges of the United Nations (UN).
The Norwegian Center for Human Rights (NCHR) and the Norwegian Human Rights Fund (NHRF) have the pleasure of inviting key institutions and individuals to strategize on how to advance the agenda on the Right to Defend Rights and support to human rights defenders in the frontline.
The title for Mr. Lynks presentation is: Responsibilities for addressing human rights violations in the OPT (Occupied Palestinian Territory): The Occupant (Israel), the Occupied (PA), the High Contracting Parties (to the Geneva Conventions), UN treaty bodies. It will be followed by a Q&A session and discussion. See the Zoom webinar here:
This side event during UNTOC-COP 10 will be on sharing good practices and advancing the development of international guidelines for interviews of suspects, victims and witnesses for the purposes of criminal investigations, including organized crime.
Research Group International Law and Governance in cooperation with Research Group Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law of Peace and Security
Speaker: Camilla Guldahl Cooper, Associate Professor, PhD, Norwegian Defense University College
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic NCHR's Intensive Course in Human Rights is conducted digitally in 2020.
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.