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14 Jan 2021 | The Corruption Tapes
Corruption and anti-corruption at the frontline of forest conservation: Time to address the power structures
17 Dec 2020 | The Corruption Tapes
12 Mar 2020 | Jubileumssamtale 12. mars 2020 på DNS
4 Nov 2019 | Annual meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS) Research Network on Humanitarian Efforts.
Assisting and protecting refugees in Europe and the Middle East - politics, law, and humanitarian practices
19 Sep 2019 | conference panel
What are the current trends when it comes to assisting and protecting refugees and asylum-seekers in Europe and in the Middle East? How do political decisions regarding refugees taken in one region affect assistance and protection in other regions?
8 Aug 2019 | Sudan Blog
Analysis: New violence against protesters has created a difficult situation for both the Forces of Freedom and Change and the ruling military council, so where does the future lie?
4 Jun 2019 | Portrait
Astri Suhrke has been writing all her life. About American politics, the UN, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Timor Leste - and about a ride on bus #20 in Bergen. Treading softly has never been one of her concerns. Wherever there has been cause for critique, she has raised it. -I have written completely without restraint, she laughs. Trying to describe Astri Suhrke, fearless is the first word that comes to mind.