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CMI Brief | Feb 2020
The term humanitarian diplomacy (HD) emerged in early 2000s. HD recognises the role of humanitarian actors when negotiating access, assistance and protection ...
diplomacy, conflict, insecurity, humanitarian diplomacy, borders, border areas, Spain
Event | 28 Oct 2011
Women endure violence in the everyday, in civil wars and conflicts, and in situations of political and religious oppression. Past or present, they find ways to survive. This seminar addresses a wide range of women's resilience strategies, rising questions of memory, trauma, silence and political mobilization to secure women's legal protection.
Event | 6 Nov 2013
Africa is one of the most vulnerable continents to climate change. The poor are the most vulnerable to heat waves, sea level rise, the destruction of coastal zones, drought and water shortages. Is fair global interenational climate governance possible, asks Professor Oliver C. Ruppel.
Event | 10 Dec 2015
How can we promote migration research at CMI and UiB that responds to regional and international migration crises?
Journal Article | Nov 2019
Currently, around seven million people are affected by migration and displacement to, from, and through Sudan. Nearly one million people are seeking refuge ...
Project | Jan 2000 - Dec 2002
Two major issues influencing provision of humanitarian assistance are reviewed in the report "Humanitarian challenges in Afghanistan: Administrative structures ...
Evaluation of Norwegian assistance to peace, reconciliation and rehabilitation in Mozambique,1990-1995
Project | Jan 1996
The study was carried out in association with Nordic Consulting Group (NCG). The evaluation examines the contribution made by Norwegian bilateral assistance ...
Journal Article | Jan 2004
Sergio Vieira de Mello's bold mission to Iraq ended in tragedy for him and 22 others. The attack on the UN headquarters in August 2003 that caused these ...
Middle East: Iraq
CMI Report | Jan 1997
The report focuses on criteria for allocation of humanitarian assistance. It analyses major Norwegian NGOs (Norwegian Red Cross, Norwegian People's Aid, ...
Humanitarian aid, Emergency relief, Non-governmental organisations, Norway, Africa
Project | Jan 2019 - Dec 2022
In 2015, more than one million migrants reached Europe. In response to this, the EU and Schengen countries instituted a new policy of ...
Migration, Refugees, Middle East, humanitarianism, refugee camp, , Middle East, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Turkey
Project | Apr - Jul 2006
Right to Play, formerly Olympic Aid, is a humanitarian organisation intiated by athletes. The main office of Right to Play is in Toronto, Canada, and ...
Sports, Refugees, Palestine, Tanzania
CMI Brief | Jan 2018
In the past few years, mass-media and political actors, especially emergent populist and right-wing political movements, effectively enhanced sentiments ...
migration, Hungary, Bulgaria
Edited Book | Jan 2016
Humanitarian intervention has increasingly become the prevalent means of providing protection and aid at a global level. Yet alongside its success concerns ...
The Syrian civil war has displaced more than one million Syrians as refugees to Lebanon. We study the country’s handling of the refugee crisis and ...
CMI Brief | Sep 2019
Turkey has become a major global humanitarian actor. They have been widely engaged in Somalia and Syria, Pakistan and Myanmar and hosts the world’s ...
Humanitarian Diplomacy, The AKP model, Turkey, Somalia
Event | 3 Nov 2015
Powerful communication tools in the pockets of billions and on our desktops have changed our ability to engage with the world through groups, apps, sites or maps. We organize ourselves, and participate in worldwide dialogue, through such tools. How are these tools used, particularly in developing countries, for humanitarian relief, governance and accountability, and civil society mobilization?
Event | 10 May 2006
The dismal human rights situation in North Korea is commonly met by a call for economic sanctions by the international community. A different kind of approach would be to expand economic relations with North Korea to strengthen forces that would support a move towards more democracy.
Book Chapter | Mar 2013
The relationship between war(s) and migration is complicated by the fact that neither of the two are monolithic phenomena and the relationship between ...
Event | 9 Jun 2015
Kjetil Selvik, CMI, Øystein Lyngroth, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Eva Svoboda, Overseas Development Institute (ODI). As the ...
Project | Jan 1996 - Jan 2000
An all too common effect of both short-term and long-term assistance is the creation of dependency among the beneficiaries The project investigate ...
Gender, displacement, post-war reconstruction, human rights, Afghanistan