The Nobel Peace Prize 2016 was awarded to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos “for his resolute efforts to bring the country’s more than 50-year-long civil war to an end”.
Below, find an overview of all Colombia-related work affiliated with the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS).
- 7 October 2016, Kristin B. Sandvik: Most importantly a Nobel for the Colombian people and the victims of civil war (cross-posted on NCHS blog)
- 4 July 2016, Kristin B. Sandvik: What is the role of law in bringing imaginative and imaginary peace to Colombia?
- 16 June 2016, André de Lima Madureira and Liliana Jubilut: Durable solutions: five implementation challenges and possible pathways for improvement
- 23 May 2016, Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Katja Lindskov Jacobsen: The humanitarian quest for accountability: examining the role of UNCHR
- 6 May 2016, Kristin B. Sandvik: Protection of civilians (PoC): what did we learn?
- 14 April 2016, Julieta Lemaitre and Kristin B. Sandvik: Tailoring protection of civilians to state capacity: the role of regional human rights protection measures
- 9 April 2016, Julieta Lemaitre and Kristin B. Sandvik: Beyond sexual violence: gendered political insecurity as a threat to peace
- 8 March 2016, Kristin B. Sandvik and Kristian Hoelscher: Is the War on Drugs a humanitarian crisis?
- 11 December 2015, Kristin B. Sandvik: An academic New Year’s resolution for Colombia: understanding continued gendered violence as a threat to positive peace
- 16 June 2015, Kristin B. Sandvik and Julieta Lemaitre: From IDPs to victims in Colombia: transition from humanitarian crisis through law reform?
- 21 March 2013, Kristin B. Sandvik and Julieta Lemaitre: PoC: Where the price for mobilizing protection laws is your life – the plight of Colombia’s women IDP leaders
- Hoelscher, K. and Nussio, E. (2016): Understanding unlikely successes in urban violence reduction
- Lemaitre, J. and Sandvik, K.B. (2015): Shifting frames, vanishing resources, and dangerous political opportunities: legal mobilization among displaced women in Colombia
- Lemaitre, J. and Sandvik, K.B. (2014): Beyond sexual violence in transitional justice: political insecurity as a gendered harm
- Lemaitre, J., Lopez, E.S., Mosquera, J.P., Sandvik, K.B. and Gomez, J.V. (2014): De desplazados a víctimas. Los cambios legales y la participación de la Mesa de Víctimas de Mocoa, Putumayo. [Displaced victims. Legal changes and involvement of the Bureau of Victims of Mocoa, Putumayo.]
- Lemaitre, J., Sandvik, K.B., Villalba, L.E.R, Arias, A.M.O., Villegas, V.G. and Mahecha, S.V. (2014): Defensoras de derechos humanos Tres estudios de casos de ONG y su respuesta al desplazamiento forzado [Human rights defenders, Three studies of NGO’s and response to forced displacement]
- Lemaitre, J., Sandvik, K.B. and Gomez, J.V. (2014): Organización comunitaria y derechos humanos. La movilización legal de las mujeres desplazadas en Colombia. [Community organization and human rights. Legal mobilization of displaced women in Colombia.]
- Lemaitre, J., Sandvik, K.B., Lopez, E.S., Mosquera, J.P., Gomez, J.V. and Guerrero, P. (2014): Sueño de vida digna” La Liga de Mujeres Desplazadas: Estudio de caso en mejores prácticas de organización de base para el goce efectivo de derechos. [Dream about a decent life. The League of Displaced Women: A Case Study of best practices organization based on the full enjoyment of rights]
- Sandvik, K.B. (2013): Internally displaced women as knowledge producers and users in humanitarian action: the view from Colombia
- Young, KG and Lemaitre, J. (2013): The comparative fortunes of the right to health: two tales of justiciability in Colombia and South Africa
- Fadnes, E. and Horst, C. (2009): Responses to internal displacement in Colombia: guided by what principles?
- 2015-2018: Aid in Crisis? Rights-based approaches and humanitarian outcomes
- 2010-2014: The significance of political organization and international law for displaced women in Colombia: a socio-legal study of Liga De Mujeres
- Colombia: Legal and humanitarian protections of indigenous groups
- 30 September 2016, Referendum on the peace agreement with Colombia – More politics than peace?
- 28 October 2014, Humanitarian action and the protection of civilians course
- 4 February 2014, Colombia: Ending the war – ending the War on Drugs?
- 4 February 2014, The road towards Colombian peace – field-based perspectives
- 7 October 2016, Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Juan Manuel Santos
- 18 February 2015, Sandvik on armed non-state actors and access to health in armed conflict