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The German Norwegian war children of World War II

Kjersti Ericsson, Professor, Institute of Criminology, and Eva Simonsen, Professor II, Department of Special Needs Education, University of Oslo

How can democracy and human rights ensure freedom from hunger?

Dan Banik, Associate Professor, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo

Combating terrorism while protecting human rights

Prof. Martin Scheinin, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism

“This is my modest testimony”

Testimonies from seven human rights defenders in different parts of the world

Human rights promotion – Two challenges for Norway

Tormod Cappelen Endresen, former Deputy Director General for Human Rights and Democracy, currently Norwegian Consul General in Guangzhou, China

Why should violence against children be a main priority for international human rights work?

Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, Former UN SG’s Independent Expert for the study on violence against children, Commissioner and Rapporteur on Children, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, OAS

The main trends and challenges in international human rights work

Petter F. Wille, Ambassador, Permanent Mission of Norway to the Council of Europe

Can the Norwegian Government Pensions Fund-Global be used to promote human rights? If so, how?

Pia Rudolfsson Goyer, Senior Advisor at the secretariat of the Council on Ethics for the Norwegian Government Pension Fund – Global, Oslo

Violence against women in armed conflict: The case of DRC*

Yakın Ertürk, UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its causes and consequences

In what ways are human rights matters of concern for businesses?

Sven Mollekleiv, Head of Corporate Relations and CSR, Bente Pretlove, Principal CSR Manager and Eli Bleie Munkelien, Global service manager, Det Norske Veritas, Oslo

Towards a global fight against poverty? A human rights-based approach would make a significant difference for the poor

Asbjørn Eide, Senior fellow and former Director, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights

Teaching genocide

Anton Weiss-Wendt, Head of the Research Department, Center for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities, Oslo (with contribution by Odd-Bjørn Fure, Director of the Center, Claudia Lenz, Research Fellow)

Truth and post war reconciliation

Ingvill C. Mochmann, Head of the European Data Laboratory for Comparative Social Research at GESIS, Cologne

Human rights and business: How can we move the agenda forward?

John G. Ruggie, Special Repr. of the UN Secretary-General for Business and Human Rights and Kirkpatrick Professor of International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Affiliated Professor in International Legal Studies, Harvard Law School

Understanding the responsibility to protect

Meena Syed, Higher Excecutive Officer, Norwegian Foreign Service program, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

How transitional justice processes can contribute to peacebuilding

Paul van Zyl, Executive Vice-President, The International Center for Transitional Justice

How can a focus on the rights to land and related economic resources make a difference for poor women in Africa? Seven concerns

Professor dr. juris Anne Hellum, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo

The rules of the game. Counter terror and the absolute prohibition of torture

John Peder Egenæs, Secretary General, and Gerald Kador Folkvord, Advisor, Amnesty International Norway, Oslo

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