Ingrid Eide left PRIO in 1969. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Ingrid Eide



Sunday, 8 May 2022

​The new open access book Lives in Peace Research: The Oslo Stories explains how PRIO, the world's oldest independent peace research institute, was founded and how it survived through crises.


Friday, 19 Sep 2008

One of PRIO's founding mothers, Ingrid Eide, turned 75 this summer. Last friday, PRIO hosted a reception in her honour.

The book Ingrid Eide, Samfunnsbygger og folkeopplyser gjennom 60 år was launched at the reception. The book may be ordered at or by using the attached flyer from the publisher.

Working experience:

Ingrid Eide was associated with PRIO from the beginning in 1959. From 1969, she was employed at the University of Oslo, but maintained her close contact with PRIO.

An extensive interview with Ingrid Eide by Stein Tønnesson was published as part of the 60th Anniversary series PRIO Stories in August 2019.

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