Domus Juridica, 7. floor (map)
Kristian Augusts gate 17
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.
Dr. Katrin Nyman Metcalf, Chairman of the International Relations Committee (IRC) of the European Space Agency
The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights – with UiO Faculty of Law’s Sustainable Development and Human Rights research group, and Social Science and Law Forum, and the Norwegian Institute of Urban and Regional Research at Oslo Met, and the Norwegian Latin America Research Network, invite you to this public lecture by former UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing.
This seminar is arranged by the Norwegian Human Rights Fund, co-hosted by the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
In the framework of the EURASIA – European Law educational cooperation Oslo – Ukraine, the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and the Faculty Research Group Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law of Peace and Security are hosting this open lecture by Professor Oksana Holovko-Havrysheva.
Norsk forening for internasjonal rett - medlemsmøte 13. mars
Professor Mads Andenæs innleder om rettsprinsipper i folkeretten
Foto: Mads Andenæs
Phenomena, root-causes and practical responses.
Et fagseminar om religion, livssyn og menneskerettigheter i en helhetlig stortingsmelding og ny felles trossamfunnslov. Seminaret foregår på engelsk og norsk.
Edited by Gorana Ognjenovic and Jasna Jozelic.
This seminar discusses the multiple legal issues raised by the recent Norwegian litigation involving EU vessels catching snow crab in the Loophole and around Svalbard with a license from the flag State, but without a Norwegian license.
Chair: professor Ola Mestad, Head of Department at Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law
Førstelektor Stian Øby Johansen ved Universitetet i Oslo innleder om internasjonale organisasjoners menneskerettsansvar.
The Atlas-Alliance, the Norwegian Center for Human Rights (NCHR) and Plan International Norway observe the UN’s international day of persons with disabilities by organizing a one-day seminar on inclusive development 6. December.
This seminar: Maria Alejandra Mancilla: "Grotius and Pufendorf on the Right of Necessity"
Convenors: Inga Bostad and Jakob Elster
Support for research projects - strategy for proposals and external possibilities.
For decades, the Northern Sea Route has been one of the most contentious legal and political issues in U.S.—Soviet/Russian Arctic relations. These issues are becoming more acute as the ice is decreasing and the route is becoming more accessible. William E. Butler, John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law, will reflect on issues related to the current legal regime.
The International Department at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights welcomes you to a seminar on disabled people's rights in China, and the new Chinese law of foreign NGOs.
The Research Group on Human Rights and Sustainable Developments: Policy and Law Research hosts this seminar with Rebecca Schmidt who will present on the topic: 'Consolidating Regulatory Authority in a Fragmented Context: Public Private Cooperation in the ISO 26000 Standard Setting Process'.
She has also accepted the invitation to lecture on international human rights discourse and standards within the context of ASEAN and Southeast Asia (SEA). The lecture examines the human rights situation in ASEAN/SEA as well as the development of an ASEAN human rights regime and the politics surrounding it. Vice-Rector at UiO, Åse Gornitzka will introduce her.
In a context of global push back on human rights, local defenders remain as integral as ever to the respect, protection and fulfillment of human rights.