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Fafobåten 2019: Forskerstafett på trossedekket

  • Onsdag 14. og torsdag 15. august
  • Fafo-båten, MS Sandnes

Arendalsuka: Fafobåten 2019

  • Tid: Onsdag 14. og torsdag 15. august
  • Sted: MS Sandnes, Langbryggen Arendal

Ny vei mot heltidskultur

Fafo-seminar med rapportlanseringer

On walls and other boundaries to irregular migration: is the US approach that different from the European one?

Seminar i samarbeid med NUPI
  • Onsdag 5. juni, 18:00 - 19:30
  • Litteraturhuset, Kverneland
  • The Trump administration’s approach to irregular migration and border control have been given much attention - and condemnation – also in European media and public discourse, and Norway is not an exception in this regard. However, following the summer of migration of 2015 political debate on migration in Europe has also changed, leading the EU to harden its approach not only by boosting its frontier and coastguard, but also through several new crisis response initiatives in North Africa, the Sahel and the Middle East aiming at preventing migrants from even reaching the European border.

Matsikkerhet i norsk utviklingspolitikk

Fafo-frokost med rapportlansering

Grenseløs transport

Fafo Østforum seminar

Education in the Sahel: Challenges and innovative solutions

Fafo breakfast – report launch
  • Thursday 14 February, 08:30–09:45
  • Fafo, Borggata 2B, Oslo
  • Worldwide, over 263 million children and adolescents are out-of-school. This includes children who never started school or who dropped out after enrollment. The most vulnerable and marginalized – often displaced children and young people, ex-combatants, girls, and children with disabilities – are more likely to find it difficult to get an education. The out-of-school rates in West Africa are higher than on the rest of the African continent.