In 1993, secret negotiations took place in Oslo, Norway, aiming to start a process to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Thirty years later, PRIO researchers are still researching the Oslo Agreement and its implications.
Read up before the PRIO Annual Peace Address 2020
The April 2019 Disasters special issue on Humanitarian Governance features several articles by PRIO researchers, including Kristoffer Lidén, Dorothea Hilhorst (PRIO Global Fellow), and Jacob Høigilt.
Former PRIO Research Professor Jacob Høigilt released a new book in January: Comics in Contemporary Arab Culture: Politics, Language and Resistance.
On 27-29 August, PRIO hosted an academic workshop marking the formal launch of the PRIO Centre on Culture and Violent Conflict led by Øystein H.
On 13 September, artists, academics, entrepreneurs and individuals working in the public sector and civil society came together to discuss the different stories that are told about diversity in Norway today.
PRIO has launched a new Centre on Culture and Violent Conflict.
Katrin Voltmer, Professor of Communication and Democracy at University of Leeds’ School of Media and Communication, has recently been appointed PRIO Global Fellow.
On the occasion of the visit to Oslo by the Foreign Minister of the State of Qatar, H.
We are happy to announce that the 3-year project ‘Journalism in struggles for democracy: media and polarization in the Middle East’ has received funding from the Research Council of Norway (FRIPRO).
New Blog Post by Jacob Høigilt
Funded by AIDEFFECT program of Research Council of Norway
Today’s death sentences of 529 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood must bring an end to the Norwegian Government’s tacit acceptance of the military regime in Egypt.