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Women mobilising against violence

28 Oct 2020
Olga Velásquez (Oxford) and Anna Gopsill (CMI) 

Corona Among The Poor

21 Oct 2020
Magnus Hatlebakk (CMI) 

Peace on the Horizon for Sudan?

15 Oct 2020
Gunnar M. Sørbø (CMI), Munzoul Assal (University of Khartoum) and Liv Tønnessen (CMI).  

Fires in Moria

14 Oct 2020
Adil Izemrane (Movement On The Ground), Lorraine Leete (Legal Centre Lesvos), and Synnøve Kristine Nepstad Bendixsen (UiB) in conversation with Edgar Córdova (CIESAS- Ciudad de México).

Tax for Development Webinar Series 

12 Oct 2020
Featuring ongoing research and initiatives to strengthen domestic revenue mobilisation in developing countries, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa.

The Frontlines of Diplomacy: Humanitarian Negotiations with Armed Groups

1 Oct 2020
Ashley Jonathan Clements (consultant), Marte Nilsen (PRIO), Salla Turunen (CMI/UiB).

Syrian Refugees in Jordan: From Al-Bashabsha to the Jordan Compact

29 Sep 2020 | Seminar
Talk traces the flows of Syrian refugees into Jordan from 2011 until the 2014 closing of the border.

Brannen i Moria: Grenser, migrasjon og politikk

19 Sep 2020 | Event
Synnøve Bendixsen and Kjersti G. Berg partake in panel discussion on the Moria refugee camp disaster at UiB.

Science in Climate Litigation – Epistemic Communities at work

21 Aug 2020
Siri Gloppen (UiB), Randall Abate (Monmouth University), Yann Robiou du Pont (IDDRI), Jeroen van der Slujis (UiB) and César Rodríguez-Garavito (NYU).   

Webinar: Social Rights in Climate Lawfare

21 Aug 2020
Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito (NYU) 

Legal and Political Determinants of Sexual and Reproductive Health – Effects of Lockdown

20 Aug 2020
Siri Gloppen (UiB), Carmeliza Rosario (UiB), Camila Gianella (CMI) and Adrian Juuko (HRAPF).

Webinar: Humanitarian lessons from the past and the covid 19 response

28 May 2020
Munzoul Assal (University of Khartoum), Julia Betts (UK humanitarian evaluation consultant) and Ottar Mæstad (CMI). Moderator: Per Øyvind Bastøe (Norad).

Mainstreaming anti-corruption in pandemic plans and policies

15 May 2020
Countries and peoples need constant reminders of their goals. So, it is crucial that when a government makes a plan for pandemic preparedness and response, it builds in cross-cutting issues such as gender and anti-corruption. These central principles can be easily forgotten if a country finds itself tackling a crisis — such as Covid-19 — in an ad hoc or disorganised manner.