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Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) at the University of Oslo celebrated its 25 years of existence in 2015. To mark this event, this special issue presents articles based on some of the recent research at SUM.
Sigrid Narvestad Hungnes graduated from the Centre for Development and Environment in 2015. In this video she talks about some of the findings from her master's thesis "Cabin Fever: Historical Study of Nature Perceptions in Media Representations of Norwegian Cabin Tradition."
Bistandsarbeid har forskjellige tradisjoner i Norge og Kina. Et nytt forskningsprosjekt skal undersøke om landene har noe å lære av hverandre.
Development aid has different traditions in Norway and China. A new research project will study what the two countries can learn from one another.
Over the next fifteen years, 1.3 billion people will get access to electricity for the first time. How will this affect the societies concerned?
Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Dr. Blessings Chinsinga from Chancellor College, University of Malawi, visited the Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) last week under the auspices of the Norwegian Programme for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (NORHED) funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad).
SUM was established in 1990 so we are celebrating our 25th anniversary this year. Please save the date - 17th September - for exciting lectures and a social gathering
On Friday April 24th, a new Masters programme on Public Administration and Management was launched in the Great Hall at Chancellor College in Zomba, Malawi.
En fersk rapport setter søkelys på de enorme helseforskjellene i verden. Ofte ser man at helse ignoreres når beslutninger tas i politikkområder utenfor helsesektoren. Helse blir ofret på alteret for økonomisk vekst.
Researchers from Norway and Burkina Faso presented findings from a three-year interdisciplinary project on unsafe abortion in Burkina Faso, at a conference in November. Health care providers, researchers and policy makers from Burkina Faso discussed women’s social reality and necessary policy responses to the problem of unsafe abortion.
Forskere fra Norge og Burkina Faso presenterte resultater fra tre års interdisiplinær forskning på en stor konferanse i november. Leger, forskere og politikere fra Burkina Faso diskuterte kvinners sosiale realiteter og helsepolitiske aspekter knyttet til utrygg abort.