Tag Archives: Norway

Seventh Steering Committee Meeting for ALTERNATIVE partners in Oslo, Norway – 9-11/3

From 9 to 11 March 2015 , the Nova Research Institute organized a steering committee meeting for the partners of the ALTERNATIVE project. All fifteen participants made sure the meeting was a success. On Monday morning, Espen Foss from the … Continue reading

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‘We need people to turn from revenge to restoration’

Ida Hydle brings the Norwegian perspective Dr. Ida Hydle is a medical doctor and has a PhD within the field of social medicine. She also has a PhD in social anthropology. Ida is a senior researcher at the Norwegian Social … Continue reading

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‘They were role models, they were no longer criminals’

Espen talks about the inner workings of the Red Cross street mediation in Norway Espen Marius Foss is the national advisor for the street mediation program in the Norwegian Red Cross. He holds a degree in social and visual anthropology. … Continue reading

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Film on Budapest workshop 6 -7 November 2014

The Hungarian research group Foresee edited a film on the workshop they held with the Austrian IRKS on ‘Potentials in Peacemaking’. The workshop was held in Budapest, Hungary on 6 and 7 November 2014. For two days the two organisations … Continue reading

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ALTERNATIVE regional workshop in Oslo, Norway

NOVA is organising a 1.5 days regional workshop entitled `Security and restorative ways of dealing with conflicts` on 11 and 12 February 2015 in Oslo aiming to bring together participants from the Scandinavian countries and beyond. All invited to this workshop have … Continue reading

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A restorative approach to terrorists?

By Inge Vanfraechem Over the last months, media have reported on the radicalised youngsters that have gone to Syria to fight Assad. Politicians are trying to find solutions to this phenomenon first by preventing youngsters from leaving through taking away … Continue reading

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