Professor Gentian Zyberi has recently published an edited volume on the protection of community interests under international law. The book is published with Intersentia as open access.
Books and chapters in books
Professor Gentian Zyberi recently published a book chapter in Peremptory Norms of General International Law (Jus Cogens), edited by Dire Tladi. The book is published by Brill, as part of the Developments in International Law series.
Professor Bård Anders Andreassen recently published a book chapter on human rights and development in Research Handbook on Democracy and Development, edited by Gordon Crawford and Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai. The book is published by Edward Elgar Publishing, as a part of the Elgar Handbooks in Development series.
Book edited by Jasna Jozelic and Gorana Ognjenovic. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
This book is edited by NCHR scholar Lena Larsen, together with Muhammad Khalid Masud, Kari Vogt, and Christian Moe. I.B. Tauris, 2021.
Professor Gentian Zyberi, director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, has recently published a book chapter on "The Shaping of the Notion of ‘Control’ in the Law on International Responsibility by Certain International and Regional Courts" in an edited book by Rogier Bartels, Jeroen C. van den Boogaard, Paul A. L. Ducheine, Eric Pouw, and Joop Voetelink, entitled "Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law: Liber Amicorum Terry D. Gill". This chapter analyzes the use and the shaping of the notion of "control" through several landmark decisions issued by selected key international and regional courts. The book is published by TMC Asser Press through Springer.
Publication by Gentian Zyberi and Anna Andersson, chapter in Robin Geiss and Heike Krieger (eds.), The 'Legal Pluriverse' Surrounding Multinational Military Operations (Oxford University Press, January 2020).
Chapter written by Maja Janmyr published in Research Handbook on International Law and Peace on Edward Elgar Publishing 2020.
This book is written by Isabel Borges and published on Routledge 2019
Article by Maja Janmyr in
Critical Indigenous Rights Studies
This book is written by NCHR scholar Lena Larsen. Brill Academic Publishers 2018.
Article by Gentian Zyberi in
International Human Rights Institutions, Tribunals and Courts
Springer Nature 2018, Pp 377 - 400.
Article by Peris S Jones in The Routledge Handbook of African Development, Routledge 2018, Pp 628 - 636.
This book is edited by NCHR professor Nils A Butenschøn, together with Roel Meijer. Edward Elgar Publishing 2018.
This book is edited by NCHR Scholar Johan Karlsson Schaffer, together with Reidar Maliks. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
This book is edited by NCHR visiting scholar Monika Lindbekk, together with Nadia Sonneveld. Brill, 2017.
This book is edited by UiO Faculty of Law Scholar Malcolm Langford, together with Anne Russell. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Article by Inga Bostad and Hilde Bondevik in Research Methods in Human Rights: A Handbook /Andreassen, sano, McInerney-Lankford (eds) Pp 68 - 93, Cambridge Edward Elgar, 2017.
This book is edited by NCHR Professor Bård A. Andreassen, together with Tiberius Barasa and J.B.Ndohvu. Focus Publishers, 2017.
This book is edited by NCHR Professor Bård A. Andreassen, together with Hans-Otto Sano and Siobhán McInerney-Lankford. Cambridge Edward Elgar, 2017.
This book is edited by Colleen Rohan together with NCHR Professor Gentian Zyberi. Written by leading international legal practitioners and scholars, the book combines the practice and theory of international criminal law in order to provide a first-hand perspective on the significant challenges involved in the administration of international criminal justice. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
This book is edited by Nils A Butenschøn together with Roel Meijer. Brill, 2017.
Article by Gentian Zyberi in A. Nollkamper and Ilias Plakokefalos: The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law, pp 236-261, Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Series of Dissertations submitted to the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, no. 102, by Yong Zhou.