As a measure to prevent the spread of corona virus in Bergen, we have cancelled all events until further notice. We look forward to seeing you when we announce new events, but in the meantime you can watch the events we previously streamed here: https://www.lawtransform.no/events-streaming
Date, time: 25th March 2020, 8.30-9.30 Place: Bergen Global, Jekteviksbakken 31 The Global Burden of Disease dataset is a great tool for understanding health and development all over the world. Using big data and statistics, professor Simon Øverland shows how to understand the health of the world, which development tools that actually work, and how […]
This year it is possible to combine the LawTransform PhD course “Effects of Lawfare” with the training in Humanitarian Diplomacy that runs in the afternoons of the Bergen Exchanges (17-21 August). This course is aimed at practitioners, researchers, and graduate students with an interest in humanitarian negotiations, relief, and diplomacy. Humanitarian negotiations have historically been […]
Date: Tuesday 17 March Time: 08:30-09:30 Venue: Bergen Global, Jekteviksbakken 31 Fieldwork interviews can be a daunting prospect, especially when facing a challenging situation or interviewing elites. But what are the real-life experiences of fieldwork and how is best to approach interviews? At this breakfast seminar, three PhD candidates will reflect on their experiences of […]
LawTransform PhD course “Effects of Lawfare: Courts and law as battlegrounds for social change” (10- 21 August, 2020) Application deadline 20 June, 2020! Apply here. Covid-19 update: we will have a digital PhD course starting from 10 August (with a preparatory period from 3 August). Note that the additional training in Humanitarian Diplomacy and participation […]
To celebrate the Sami National Day, the third Annual Lecture on Rights of Indigenous Peoples was arranged on the 6th of February. This year’s Annual Lecturer was Pigga Keskitalo (Docent, University of Helsinki and Researcher, Department of Education, University of Lapland). She talked about what the right to language and culture means for Sami people in […]
LawTransform in collaboration with Cine Latino wish to welcome you to the screening of «Los Lobos».
After the film there will be a conversation with CMI researcher Camila Gianella and Marthe Engedahl, who is a legal counsel for children’s rights at UNICEF, about the topics on children’s rights and migration.
Law enforcement agencies in many developed and developing countries have increasingly come to rely on whistleblowers as important parts of the corporate liability puzzle. Some of biggest scandals uncovered have been brought to light by whistleblowers. This explains the emphasis on laws in several jurisdictions protecting those that do decide to expose hidden crime. But given the impact of corporate crime on democracy and rule of law, should whistleblowing be relied on as the missing piece in cases of corporate criminal liability or should it be treated as the last resort when all else fails?
LawTransform is participating in the “8. mars 2020” parade as a group for the first time this year!
We will meet up at Jekteviksbakken 31 on the day at 16.15, then walk from there to Torgallmenningen. If you prefer, you can join us there.
All are warmly welcome to be part of our group and to carry banners with us!
Looking forward to seeing many of you!
Student Group Member
Master's student, University of Bergen