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COVID-19 has quickly changed everything from our daily routines, to the policies of governments, to the fortunes of the global economy.
PRIO Research Professor Carl Henrik has received the prestigious Fridtjof Nansen award for young researchers.
How does a country’s security apparatus react to a protest movement?And what happens in the aftermath of successful protests?PRIO has long been at the forefront of research on protest movements.
Sirianne Dahlum, Carl Henrik Knutsen and Tore Wig's article on protests in the Washington Post was the fifth most popular of 2019 on the website.
Why do some pro-democracy movements succeed while others fail?Congratulations to project leader Hanne Fjelde on securing 3-year funding from the FRIPRO programme of the Research Council of Norway for the project Mobilizing for and against Democracy (MoDe).
Knutsen is a Research Professor at PRIO in a part-time capacity.
An assessment of the possible consequences of Plan S for publishing, research quality and research environments
PRIO oppfordrer alle forskere som er enige i oppropets innhold, til å undertegne.
I en ny rapport krever forskere fra Institutt for fredsforskning (PRIO) og Universitetet i Oslo (UiO) en konsekvensutredning av ‘Plan S’.
Yesterday, the NEPS Medal for the best publication in peace science, was awarded in Verona to Carl Henrik Knutsen, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård and Tore Wig for their aricle in World Politics: 'Autocratic Elections: Stabilizing Tool or Force for Change?'.