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Book Chapter | Jan 2013
The 1917 Mexican Constitution, which was adopted after a revolutionary period, decisively changed the history of Latin American constitutional- ...
development studies, development studies, law - academic, comparative law, constitutional and administrative law
U4 Brief | Jan 2015
India's Right to Information Act is one of the most powerful in the world, but the increasing attacks on users of the law suggest a need for ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2016
In this contribution, the authors examine the "internal protection alternative" in refugee law, one of the most important limits to refugee ...
CMI Brief | Apr 2016
In the 2014 elections in Malawi, the incumbent female president Joyce Banda lost the presidency, and the number of women MPs was reduced from ...
voting, election, gender, Malawi
Edited Book | Jan 2016
Traditionally relegated because of political pressure and public expectations, courts in Latin America are increasingly asserting a stronger ...
CMI Report | Oct 2016
The women’s rights champion. Tunisia’s potential for furthering women’s rights. Mari Norbakk CMI Rep
women's rights, Tunisia
Journal Article | Jun 2016
This article analyzes the factors associated with vulnerability of the Ashaninka, the most populous indigenous Peruvian Amazonian people, to ...
Report in External Series | Aug 2019
Afghan paramilitary forces working with the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have long been a staple in the US war on terrorism ...
Senior Researcher, Coordinator: Rights and Legal Institutions
Political scientist exploring intersections between law and politics in Latin America
Democratisation, human rights, transitional justice, courts, judicial reform, comparative politics, institutional development, Americas: Chile, Argentina, Uruguay., Africa: Namibia, Angola, Mozambique
Project | Feb 2015 - Dec 2017
This project will seek to better understand how women’s life opportunities are gendered. Particular attention will be given to women’s ...
Project | Jan 2013 - Jun 2017
The main goal of the research project is to understand the consequences of the legal regime India has adopted to protect its indigenous peoples ...
Project | Jan 2012 - Dec 2014
The purpose of this research project is to assess the effectiveness of advocacy by civil society organisations (CSOs) in promoting child ...
Child rights, Kenya, slum, Kenya
Project | Feb 2010 - Feb 2011
This project is a joint Evaluation of Norwegian and Swedish Aid in Support of Child Rights, covering the period 2001-2009. It comprises the ...
Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique, Sudan
Project | Dec 2009 - Dec 2012
This research project seeks to explore the relationship between legal pluralism – the multiple norms, institutions, practices and beliefs ...
Project | Jul - Dec 2005
This is a thematic review of the partnership programmes of the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign ...
Human rights, Development Aid, Partnerships, Malawi, Cambodia, Global
Project | Aug - Dec 2003
A study of human rights commissions in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines
Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines
Project | Jan 1997
Mission leader of Norwegian Team for Observation of Election in Kenya in 1988. The mission was coordinated by the Institute for Human Rights ...
News | 13 Oct 2010
Read the public address of Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit on his return from the official visit to the United States of America.
Event | 22 Feb 2012
Date: 22 FebruaryTime: 10:00 - 11:30Bergen Resource Centre for International Development Update my calendar Decades ...
News | 22 Mar 2013
The late Hugo Chavez proclaimed himself a feminist and opened up new arenas for women's activism in Venezuela. Poor women challenged their traditional roles as mothers and wives and took a collective step into the public sphere. Yet, their struggle is not so much about women's liberation from a Western feminist perspective as it is a fight for alleviating poverty and opening up new spaces for women's political participation.