Tune in to hear an interesting discussion about reconsidering our understanding of vulnerability in the context of humanitarian disasters.
The two-day NCHS Annual Meeting provided for many productive discussions about the impact of counterterrorism measures on humanitarian efforts.
This paper analyses the reasons underlying the diffusion and strategic value of satellite technology, particularly the importance of data in international policy and the management of humanitarian crises.
This PRIO blog examines why children’s education a relevant concern for the Security Council and why education is absolutely a question of security.
The Culture House in Oslo is screening ‘Mama’, a film about Afghan refugees in Norway, followed by a panel discussion featuring NCHS Director, Antonio De Lauri.
International law scholars have published a series of essays examining legal and policy issues relevant to the current and future pandemics and migrant rights.
The International Humanitarian Studies Association Humanitarian Studies Conference is underway! Here is where you can see our NCHS members.
NGOs and UN agencies have collected personal data of millions of people in the global South. A new ICSC blog explores if this has been done with due prudence?
Join this seminar on 3 November hosted by the Institute for Social Research to launch the report “Vulnerable protection seekers in Norway: Regulations, Practices and Challenges”.
Workshop set to bring together academics to examine the humanitarian impacts of Europe’s current approach to immigration.