Pope Francis issued a powerful message to participants of an international conference co-organized by PRIO and The Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
A new report focused on the ethical aspects of digital competence in the defense sector is in the spotlight, after a seminar convened to discuss the topic by the Ministry of Defense.
A new podcast series on ethics in peace negotiations is now available on Spotify.
Arendalsuka is an annual Norwegian political festival that brings together politicians, journalists, policy makers, aid organisations, civil society and the private sector.
The PRIO Research School on Peace and Conflict, in collaboration with the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, hosted doctoral candidates at the PhD-level course.
For a week in December each year, Oslo city invites the public to learn about and discuss important issues related to peace, democracy and human rights.
The PRIO project “On Fair Terms: The Ethics of Peace Negotiations and Mediation” (FAIR) organized a workshop in Cyprus in partnership with the PRIO Cyprus Centre, PRIO Middle East Centre, and the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security, 19-21 October.
Rojan Tordhol Ezzati defended her PhD successfully on 10 October 2022 at the University of Oslo.
Arendalsuka concluded on Friday and PRIO Director Henrik Urdal sums up PRIO's contributions.
PRIO participated at this year's Arendalsuka with three events, and with our researchers on several debate panels.
The PRIO Research School on Peace and Conflict, incollaboration with the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, hosted doctoralcandidates at the PhD-level course.
The new open accessbook Livesin Peace Research: The Oslo Stories explains how PRIO, the world'soldest independent peace research institute, was founded and how it survivedthrough crises.
PRIO researchers Greg Reichberg and Henrik Syse spoke last week at the United States Naval Academy's annual McCain Conference on military ethics.
The DigiComp project, led by Research Professor Greg Reichberg, has received funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Defense.
On 9-10 September 2021, around 20 researchers met for a hybrid online-offline workshop to share their research on specific cases of ethical issues in peace negotiations and mediation.
On the occasion of the 10-year commemoration of the Oslo and Utøya attacks in 2011, the Center for Research on Extremism (C-REX) at the University of Oslo is organizing a conference on the topic, especially highlighting research and knowledge related to the tragic events.
PRIO Research Professor Gregory M.
COVID-19 has quickly changed everything from our daily routines, to the policies of governments, to the fortunes of the global economy.
What makes peace negotiations fair?This is the over-arching question asked in the project On Fair Terms: The Ethics of Peace Negotiations and Mediation, which has now received three years of NORGLOBAL funding from the Research Council of Norway.
Congratulations to Greg Reichberg on funding from the SAMKUL call of the Research Council of Norway for a four-year project: Warring with Machines: Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence and the Relevance of Virtue Ethics.
On June 13-14, Henrik Syse will represent PRIO at Alliansekonferansen, which will take place under the auspices of the Olavsdagene, celebrating the region of Østfold, the city of Sarpsborg and its founder, the Viking King Olav the Holy.
Negotiating values, identities and a resilient society
The spring edition is out now
At it's September meeting, the PRIO Board awarded Research Professor competence to Henrik Syse, Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Kristin M.
On the five year anniversary of the 22 July terror attacks in Norway, PRIO researchers share their reflections.
Newsletter from PRIO's NECORE Team, working on identity and resilience after 22/7 - a sad anniversary is approaching.
Four years have passed since the biggest terror attacks on Norwegian soil during peacetime.
PRIO's Henrik Syse is on the award comittee
Yesterday, at the Edmund Pettus Bridge, President Obama and over 100 members of the US Congress celebrated the 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights march in Selma, a turning-point in the non-violent civil rights movement.
Several PRIO researchers have written on different aspects of the recent terror in France.