- Protest movements
- Quantitative and qualitative methods
- United Nations Security Council
- Gender equality aspects of armed conflict
Birthe is engaged as a research assistant on the Dialogue Forum for Norway's membership in the United Nations Security Council.
Birthe received her master's through the peace and conflict studies program at the University of Oslo. She wrote her thesis "Does Gender Equality Matter? The Effect of Gender Equality on Campaign Success" in collaboration with PRIO through the UIO-PRIO Student Programme.
2020 – 2022 MA in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Oslo
2019 – 2020 BA in History, University of Oslo
2016 – 2019 BA in International Studies, University of Oslo
Relevant work experience:
2022 – Research assistant, PRIO
2021 – 2023 Research assistant, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo
Ceasefire negotiations are primarily male-dominated enterprises that often set the groundwork for future peace talks. Understanding them is thus vital for enhancing women's participation and including broader social interests in future peace efforts.
PRIO researchers contribute to Special Issue of Internasjonal Politikk [International Politics].
On 5-7 June PRIO hosted the PhD level course "Political regimes: Developments, Typologies and Consequences" as part of the Norhed II project.
Norway’s term as an elected member of the UN Security Council ended on December 31, 2022, after two intensive years.
Birthe Einen has succesfully defended her thesis "Does Gender Equality Matter? The Effect of Gender Equality on Protest Campaign Success".