Religious Dialogue and Peace-Building in Sudan
This project investigates whether Islam within the Sudanese civil society is being used to promote or to undermine the on-going peace-building process. Our overall aim with the project is to explore (a) what role Islamic actors or leaders, parties and organizations within civil society in Sudan play in the peace- building process and (b) whether Islam is viewed, both within Muslim and Christian communities, as a tool to promote and/or undermine this process.
Gendered Citizenship in Sudan: Competing Debates on Family Laws among Northern and Southern Elites in Khartoum
Journal of North African Studies
Discrimination in the Name of Religious Freedom: The Rights of Women and Non-Muslims after the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan
Liv Tønnessen, Anne Sofie Roald
Gendered Citizenship in Sudan: Competing Interpretations of Women's Civil Rights within the Family Laws among Northern and Southern Elites in Khartoum.
Legal Mobilization to Protect Women against Rape in Islamist Sudan
Liv Tønnessen and Samia al-Nagar
Cahiers d'études africaines
Too big to fault? Effects of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian exports to China and foreign policy
International Political Science Review
Comparing legal activism in Zimbabwe and Zambia
O'Brien Kaaba, Marja Hinfelaar, Tony Zhou