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Monday, 27 Jul 2015

Deadline extended: PhD Course on Interconnections of Finance and Security

A course organised by the Research School on Peace and Conflict and the SOURCE Societal Security Network

​​​The Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the course Interconnections of Finance and Security, 8th -10th October 2015. The course is organized by Nina Boy (PRIO). Course lecturers include Marieke de Goede (University of Amsterdam), Martijn Konings (University of Sydney), Daniela Gabor (University of the West of England), Andreas Langenohl (Justus Liebig University Giessen) and Emily Gilbert (University of Toronto).


Friday, 03 Jul 2015

Vacancy: PRIO Deputy Director

​​​​​PRIO invites applications from candidates for the institute's Deputy Director post. The Deputy Director is expected to play an active role, assisting the Institute Director in the leadership of the institute and development and implementation of its strategies. The successful candidate will be a Senior Researcher with competence within one or more thematic areas important to PRIO.

For more information about the position and how to apply, see the full announcement on the ISCO Group website.


Friday, 03 Jul 2015

Vacancy: Doctoral Researcher on Climate-Conflict Dynamics

​​PRIO invites applications for a three-year, full-time position as Doctoral Researcher financed as part of a European Research Council (ERC)-sponsored Consolidator Grant project entitled “Climate Variability and Security Threats” (CLIMSEC), led by Research Professor Halvard Buhaug. 

Click here for more information on the position and how to apply.​


Thursday, 02 Jul 2015

Migration Research Group Update is Out!

​​Please enjoy the fresh Migration Research Group Update that is out now. 


Wednesday, 01 Jul 2015

Reclaiming the Forest

New book edited by Åshild Kolås and Yuanyuan Xie

​​​Reclaiming the Forest: The Ewenki Reindeer Herders of Aoluguya

As pastoralists in China change their way of life from subsistence activities to ranching and other income generating activities, government policies to sedentarise nomadic herders and fence pastures have a vital impact on social and environmental conditions on the grasslands.

Reclaiming the Forest
describes the reindeer herders of Aoluguya, China, a group of former hunters who today see themselves as “keepers of reindeer” as they engage in ethnic tourism and exchange experiences with their Ewenki neighbors in Russian Siberia. Though to some their future seems problematic, this book focuses on the present, challenging the pessimistic outlook, reviewing current issues, and describing the efforts of the Ewenki to reclaim their forest lifestyle and develop new forest livelihoods. Both academic and literary contributions balance the volume written by authors who are either indigenous to the region or have carried out fieldwork among the Aoluguya Ewenki since the late 1990s.


More news

25 Jun 2015 PRIO Gender, Peace and Security Update (Issue 2-2015)
22 Jun 2015 Author Alf R. Jacobsen wins the "Fangenes testamente" award
19 Jun 2015 PRIO's Journal of Peace Research makes top three on global ranking
18 Jun 2015 Annual Report is Out
17 Jun 2015 The Reality of Firearms Trafficking
16 Jun 2015 Dr. Luka Biong Deng Visits PRIO
03 Jun 2015 Heidi Hudson Visits PRIO
02 Jun 2015 PRIO's International Summer School course starts this month!
26 May 2015 Succesful Doctoral Defence by Elida Kristine Undrum Jacobsen
21 May 2015 Homicide Monitor launches with PRIO on board
06 May 2015 New Policy Brief: A Climate of Conflicts?
04 May 2015 PRIO Researcher with New Book
27 Apr 2015 PRIO Represented in New Division Board of the Research Council of Norway
21 Apr 2015 MA project at PRIO: Religious diversity and negotiating Norwegianness