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Member, completed projects
Researcher (on leave)
Master, International Community Health, University of Oslo
Displacement economies, Refugees, Gender-based violence
Bjørkhaug, I, M. Bøås and T. A. Kebede (2017). Displacement, belonging, and land rights in Grand Gedeh, Liberia: almost at home abroad?. African Studies Review; Volum 60.(3) s. 59-79
Bjørkhaug, I (2017). Tales of Loss and Sorrow: Addressing Methodological Challenges in Refugee Research in Uganda. Forum for Development Studies 2017 ; Volum 44.(3) s. 453-471
Kielland, A and I. Bjørkhaug (2009), Child mobility in West Africa: strategy, poverty or crime?, Forum for Development Studies, No 2-2009, Oslo
Bjørkhaug I and Anne Hatløy A (2009). Utilisation of Respondent Driven Sampling among a population of child workers in the diamond mining sector of Sierra Leone. Global Public Health, 4(1):96-109.
Bøås M, Hatløy A and Bjørkhaug I (2008) Alcohol and drugs in post-war Sierra Leone, African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, 7(1): 41-52.
Ingunn Bjørkhaug and Morten BøåsFafo-report 2014:39
Ingunn Bjørkhaug, May-Len Skilbrei og Kristin AlsosFafo-rapport 2013:19
Ingunn Bjørkhaug, Anne Hatløy, Tewodros Kebede, Huafeng ZhangBackground paper for the World Development Report 2013Fafo-report 2012:21
Tewodros Kebede, Anne Hatløy, Huafeng Zhang, Ingunn BjørkhaugBackground paper for the World Development Report 2013Fafo-report 2012:20
Huafeng Zhang, Ingunn Bjørkhaug, Anne Hatløy, Tewodros KebedeBackground paper for the World Development Report 2013Fafo-report 2012:19
Anne Hatløy, Tewodros Kebede, Huafeng Zhang, Ingunn BjørkhaugBackground paper for the World Development Report 2013Fafo-report 2012:18
- Bjørkhaug, I., K.M. Jennings and M. Bøås (2010) Mapping and assessment of national, bilateral and multilateral actors' support to work against sexual based violence in the Great Lakes region in Africa, NORAD Report 12/2010, Oslo: Norad.
- Bjørkhaug I, Bøås M, Hatløy A and Jennings KM (2007) Returning to Uncertainty? Addressing Vulnerabilities in Northern Uganda, Kampala: UNDP/Office of the Prime Minister