The Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies aims to promote and facilitate critical and relevant research on key humanitarian issues. The centre serves as a hub for research and policy discussion, and features a national network of scholars working on humanitarian issues from outside the three core institutions. It also features an extensive network of international humanitarian scholars. The centre is a joint CMI, NUPI and PRIO initiative.

Recent blog posts

Resettlement in contemporary Norway – lessons from a discourse analysis of the Norwegian debate on the Syrian refugee crisis

December 1, 2016 — Written by Linn Marie Reklev

The evolution of Danish Refugee Resettlement Policy, 1978-2016

November 24, 2016 — Written by Katrine Syppli Kohl (SFI)

Swedish cultural orientation programs and the notion of the “passive refugee”

November 16, 2016 — Written by Mehek Muftee (Jönköping University)

Introductory Post: Nordic Resettlement Series

Give Us Your Phone and We May Grant You Asylum

October 18, 2016 — Written by Rocco Bellanova (PRIO), Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (PRIO), and Raphaël Gellert (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Most Importantly a Nobel for the Colombian People and the Victims of the Civil War

October 7, 2016 — Written by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik (PRIO/UiO)

The future of refugee resettlement: Will the September summits make any difference?

September 28, 2016 — Written by Adèle Garnier (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Brazilian Peacekeeping: Challenges and Potentials in Turbulent Landscapes at Home and Internationally

September 26, 2016 — Written by Eric Cezne (University of Groningen), Eduarda Hamann (Igarapé Institute)