Tiina Randma-Liiv and Külli Sarapuu - Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance
Jesse Hastings, Edward H. Huijbens, Gustav Pétursson and Jennifer Smith
Baldur Thorhallsson – University of Iceland
Külli Sarapuu and Tiina Randma-Liiv - Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance
Danila Rijavec and Primož Pevcin - University of Ljubljana
Đana Luša - University of Zagreb
Alyson JK Bailes
Baldur Thorhallsson, Sverrir Steinsson and Thorsteinn Kristinsson - University of Iceland
Alyson JK Bailes & Lassi Heininen
Anders Wivel - University of Copenhagen
In the spring of 2016, the Institute of International Affairs and the University of Iceland were commissioned to work on a comprehensive analysis of the quality of integration of refugees and immigrants into Icelandic society by the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Welfare. This is an abstract …
In this review, we revisit these thirteen proposals and ask: How important was the 2009 Stoltenberg Report for boosting Nordic foreign and security policy cooperation? What progress can we observe in the decade that has passed since the report was released?
Á haustmánuðum 2013 var leitað til Alþjóðamálastofnunar Háskóla Íslands um úttekt á aðildarviðræðum Íslands við Evrópusambandið. Verkbeiðendur eru Alþýðusamband Íslands, Samtök atvinnulífsins, Félag atvinnurekenda og Viðskiptaráð Íslands. Markmið verkefnisins er að leggja mat á stöðu aðildarviðræðna Íslands við Evrópusambandið, að greina þau álitaefni sem eru til staðar og þá kosti …
John Erik Fossum and Hans Petter Graver, ARENA Centre for European Studies at the University of Oslo
Caroline Grön - University of Copenhagen
Alyson JK Bailes - University of Iceland
Urban Jaksa - University of York
Þorgerður María Þorbjarnardóttir, formaður Ungra umhverfissinna skrifar grein í tilefni af Friðardögum í Reykjavík
Maximilian Conrad on the importance of studying post-truth politics in the context of the ongoing Corona crisis (in Swedish).
In this podcast we discuss gender-based violence, its root causes and consequences. Who are the perpetrators and how can we create an open dialogue with them? Do we find peace in Icelandic homes?
This episode was produced in collaboration with UN Women in Iceland.
The podcast is in Icelandic and it is …
What is Peace? In this podcast we discuss the concept, what meaning it has for us as individuals and society and how we understand it here in Iceland.
The episode is in Icelandic and it is a part of the Reykjavík Peace Days 2020 podcast series produced in collaboration with …
In this podcast we discuss Iceland’s capability, as a small state, to take on a leadership role in the international arena. Does Iceland have a strong voice within the international society? How can we shape the discussion and lead actions to tackle gender-based violence, violence against children and promote sustainable …
In this podcast we discuss the situation of children in Icelandic society, what resources are available for children living in insecurity, and for those who have endured violence or neglect. What effect has COVID-19 had on the safety of children in Iceland? How can people help?
This episode was produced in …
Capsule podcast: Post-truth politics from the perspective of our partners – are we living in a post-factual world and if that is the case, how big a danger is it for our societies and for democracy?
Episode 1: The concept of post-truth politics and why it is particularly important in …
Capsule podcast: Fake news in a nutshell – what is it and how does it threaten democracy around the world?
Episode 1: The social media, misinformation, and politics researcher
What lessons can we learn from how different democracies try to tackle misinformation?
Bente Kalsnes, Associate Professor at the Department of Communication, Kristiania University …
Will climate change lead to more violence and conflict? What can we do to battle climate change and prevent conflict? Are we doing enough?