Human Rights Research

The Vietnam Programme provides opportunities for Vietnamese researchers to conduct research on Human Rights through the yearly Visiting Scholar Programme.

The Vietnam Programme also provides scholarships to individual Master students in Norway.

Visiting Scholar Programme

Every year the Vietnam Programme hosts 2-3 visiting scholars from Vietnam. The visiting scholars meet with Scandinavia-based experts, participate in seminars, and provide the Vietnam Programme with advice and input. The visiting scholars come from universities, research institutes and CSOs in Vietnam.

The Visiting Scholar Programme is announced each year on the Vietnam Programme’s webpage.

Master Thesis Scholarship

The Vietnam Programme offers scholarships to individual Master students in Norway who are intending to complete a thesis.

The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage students to conduct research on Vietnam and human rights related issues and contribute to this existing gap in international human rights research.

The scholarship consists of a monthly stipend of NOK 4 000 for up to 12 months for a MA student writing the MA thesis. The successful candidate will get office space at NCHR (depending on availability), access to the Vietnam Programme’s contacts and partners and the opportunity to partake in Programme activities.

For more information about the scholarship and application procedure please see the announcement.

Published Dec. 17, 2013 2:28 PM - Last modified Sep. 17, 2014 2:45 PM