News from 2010
LEVE’s Research Group “Global health governance and foreign policy” will lead the start-up of a new research cooperation which aims to map and exchange knowledge between the fields of global health and foreign policy.
LEVE has granted two Master students a Scholarship for the academic year 2010-2011. Here you will find a presentation of the Master projects of Marte Skjerping and Siri Lena Tholander.
LEVE announces two MSc scholarships of 10 months’ duration from 30 August 2010 to 30 June 2011. Each scholarship amounts to NOK 30,000.
LEVE utlyser 2 masterstipender med 10 måneders varighet fra 30. august 2010 til 30. juni 2011. Hvert stipend er på 30.000 kroner.
We seek a highly motivated and enthusiastic person with a strong academic record and ability to work in a multidisciplinary environment in an inter-faculty partnership at the University of Oslo.
Máiread Maguire, Peace Price Laureate of 1976, has announced the nomination of Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi for the 2010 prize. The nomination is recognition of Dr Barghouthi’s commitment to peace and nonviolence in Palestine. Dr. Barghouthi was one of the speakers in the LEVE seminar Health as Foreign Policy: From Emergency to Governance.
Two travel scholarships of NOK 10,000 each available for Ph.D Fellows to attend the International Symposium on MDGs and Human Rights, Harvard University, 22nd -23rd March, 2010.
LEVE has chosen MDGs and Human Rights - Conflicting or Complementary? as the theme for the spring 2010. Here you can find an introduction to the theme.