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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.

12 new employees

11 Feb 2020

Humanitarian Challenges in Contexts of Conflict and Complex Emergency

4 Nov 2019 | Annual meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS) Research Network on Humanitarian Efforts.

R.I.P., Europe

10 Oct 2019 | CMI Field Notes

Commission on Anthropology of the Middle East Conference

24 Aug 2019 | Paper given in conference

The collapse of Bashir’s regime: A regional perspective on the Sudanese revolution

13 Jul 2019 | Sudan Blog
On July 5, the Sudanese people woke up to the announcement of a power sharing agreement between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Freedom and Change Forces (FCF). The power sharing agreement provides cause for optimism, but also wariness according to Abdelmageed M. Yahya, as political parties and movements are preparing to compete for power.

Storytelling with a sting: Fifty years in journalism and academia

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.

Towards a more comprehensive understanding of conflict-related sexual violence

8 May 2019
The way we talk about victims of sexual violence has changed. So should the interventions, argues Carlo Koos, senior researcher at CMI.

“Entangled Diasporas: Israel the Palestine in Transnational Perspective”

25 Mar 2019 | paper given in workshop
Participation in Workshop organized by The Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo

Victims taking agency

10 Dec 2018 | Nobel Peace Prize 2018: