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Attributing Wrongful Conduct of Implementing Partners to UNHCR: International Responsibility and Human Rights Violations in Refugee Camps
Refugee camps are often managed by a wide set of actors other than the Host State. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (unhcr), tasked under international law to provide “international protection” to refugees ...
EU/EØS-rettslige proporsjonalitetsvurderinger i nordiske domstoler
(Europarättslig tidskrift, 2014)
Betydningen av EUs pakt om grunnleggende rettigheter for EØS-retten
Artikkelen drøfter hvilken betydning EUs pakt om grunnleggende rettigheter må antas å ha for tolkningen og anvendelsen av EØS-avtalen. I EU fikk pakten status som rettslig bindende primærrett gjennom Lisboatraktaten, men ...
Recruiting Internally Displaced Persons into Civil Militias: The Case of Northern Uganda
This article explores the state-sanctioned recruitment of internally displaced persons (IDPs) into civil militias in northern Uganda between 1996 and 2006. Drawing upon international and Ugandan domestic law, as well as ...
Norway’s Readmission Agreements: Spellbound by European Union Policies or Free Spirits on the International Field?
This article offers an analysis of the objective and substance of Norway’s readmission agreements in light of European Union readmission policies. It explores how readmission policy developments on the EU level also ...
The EFTA Court 15 years on
(Cambridge University Press, 2010-07)
For over 15 years, the reports of the EEA Agreement’s imminent demise have proven to be greatly exaggerated. In this article it is argued that a great deal of the credit for this accomplishment is due to the EFTA ...
The Effectiveness of Norway's Readmission Agreements with Iraq and Ethiopia
This article offers an analysis of the effectiveness of Norway's readmission agreements with Iraq and Ethiopia. Through the use of readmission agreements, Norway aims to reduce irregular presence by increasing the number ...
Human rights and Nubian mobilisation in Egypt: towards recognition of indigeneity
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
How are global human rights localised in authoritarian societies? How and what human rights discourses are mobilised by indigenous peoples to further their demands? Building upon original fieldwork among Nubian activists ...
Precarity in Exile: The Legal Status of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
(Oxford University Press, 2016-12)
Lebanon has had an ambiguous approach to the more than one million Syrians seeking protection in the country since 2011. The country is neither party to the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, nor does it ...