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A course for all, on Master’s level, a course that’s absolutely free, web based and available for completion on your own PC, a course that takes max two hours of your time weekly, for four weeks, highly relevant topic: Mass Migration and Human Rights – Legal and ethical dilemmas, world class scholars, short lectures, 40 different steps, videos and texts, all in English
What are the main social, cultural and legal challenges facing Muslim women in the Muslim world and Europe today? This was the overarching question of the two-day conference held by the NCHR in cooperation with the Institute for Cultural and Oriental Studies and the Faculty of Theology/Plurel in October.
Nino Tsereteli, phd candidate at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR)/ PluriCourts - Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order - is due for her midterm evaluation. Her thesis will closely examine the legality and legitimacy of the pilot judgments of the European Court of Human Rights.
Comparative Analysis in Human Rights Research was the title of the Human Rights Training Course that took place in Florence, Italy, in June.
17,5 mill. Norwegian kroner yearly – over ten years. The Norwegian Research Council grant enables professors Andreas Føllesdal and Geir Ulfstein to establish and run a research Centre of Excellence – with roots in the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.(NCHR)
The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) 25th anniversary this year has produced a string of seminars of major international significance.
Is human rights research methodologically sloppy? If so, what can we do about it? These are some of the questions behind the new incarnation of the NordForsk-financed Nordic Network in Human Rights Research, where methodological challenges is the main research topic.