Conference: A gender perspective on demography and conflicts

The Research Council of Norway, Norad and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs invites you to the upcoming conference entitled “A gender perspective on demography and conflicts“, that will take place at Norad’s premises Oslo 27 April.

The conference will be opened by

  • Laila Bokhari, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Jon Lomøy, Director General, Norad
  • Jesper W. Simonsen, Executive Director, Research Council of Norway

It will present some of the key research results and policy messages on population, gender, peace and security from two activities under the RCN’s NORGLOBAL Programme, ECONPOP and GENDER-EQ. Participation is open to all interested. For more details, see the conference_announcement on the web where you will also find the registration form for the conference. Please remember to register before 24 April!

Conference announcement:

https://www.norad.no/aktuelt/arrangementskalender/2017/population-gender-peace-and-security-conference/

Norglobal II Call: Up to 64 mill to meet the SDGs

New Norglobal Call:

With the purpose of contributing to meet the UNs Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Norwegian research institutes, universities and university colleges are invited to apply for funding.

Projects are invited in all priority areas of the programme. The call has a special emphasis on global education, but does also invite to applications on humanitarian efforts, conflict, security and fragile states, business development and job creation, and the environment, climate and renewable energy.

See the call at the Norwegian Research Council

The Norwegian Association for Development Research (NFU) supports March for Science

On April 22nd 2017 the March for Science will take place in many countries, also in Norway. Flagging “Science not Silence”, the march highlights the importance of evidence-based knowledge and the role of science as a fundament for decision-making, politics and society in general.

NFU supports the March for Science in Norway and encourages all who support an evidence-based-knowledge-society out in the streets to defend knowledge, and to promote independent research, critical engagement and the need to continue to push society forward – and not backwards.

Do you want more information?

Read more about March for Science and March for Science Norway for updates on the march in Norway.

Read more about NFU here.