Are Norwegian prisons perfect?

Davi Málaga (2024)

This blogpost reflects part of Davi Mendes Málaga’s Ph.D. research on the field of Administration, with focus in Public Administration and Policy. In this work, this scholar is currently studying imprisonment and incarceration through a public policy standpoint, the different traditions in prison policy, as well as the way that policy choices affect the policy […]

International Labour Day – Should focus be on how much we work or how we work?

Zsuzsanna Ziegler (2024)

1st of May is International Labour Day. This is not just a celebration of the rights won by employees, but a day to march for more rights. It is a great opportunity to discuss what should be done to improve the quality of work and employee satisfaction. In today’s world, flexibility plays an increasingly important […]

Master thesis: Safeguarding borders, or safeguarding queers?

Yngvild Gotaas Torvik has submitted her master thesis on queer asylum, titled “Safeguarding borders, or safeguarding queers – Norwegian perceptions of (in)credible LGBT asylum seekers at the intersection of ‘LGBT friendly’ norms and restrictionalist immigration policies”. This was written as part of the research project Sexual and Reproductive Rights Lawfare: Global battles. The thesis explores […]

Frå sinke til føregangsland på transpersonars rettar

Malin Solheim Moldestad (2016)

Moldestad’s MA thesis I løpet av to år gjekk Norge frå å vere ei sinke når det gjelder transpersonar sine rettar til å bli eit føregangsland med diskrimineringsvern grunna kjønnsidentitet og kjønnsuttrykk og verdas mest liberale lov om endring av juridisk kjønn. Oppgåvas målsetnad er å undersøkje kva som var bakgrunnen for den nye lova […]