How to address the issue of political prisoners in OSCE Participating States?
Azerbaijan’s Invisible Crisis
Fighting War Crimes in Syria – Can Norway Play a Part?
Women in Revolution
Insight into authoritarian Russia
Accountability for Torture in Syria and the role of Norway
Women on the Barricades
Barents Pride 2019
European civil society at risk
From Chechnya with Love
How are we going to fight corruption and human rights violations?
Lesbian, bisexual and transgender women fleeing persecution: The Case of North Caucasus
The International Criminal Court and the 2008 Russo-Georgian War
Hungary 2019: Faking Democracy?
The Threat of Ultra-Nationalism in Ukraine and Europe
Anna Politkovskaya seminar 2018: Stories from the black holes of Europe
Barents Pride 2018
Loud and Queer in Europe’s least rainbow friendly countries
Photo Exhibition Crimea: Hidden Stories of Occupation
The Oslo Magnitsky Hearing
Being LGBTI in North-West Russia – hopes for the future!
Fake Elections: Legitimizing dictatorships?
Today’s Russia: torture and slavery exposed
Pride House: Breaking the Boundaries
Free movie and Q&A – LGBT stories from Armenia “Listen to me”
Ukraine: Can accountability for war crimes be achieved?
Global Magnitsky Sanctions
Human rights in Turkey – moving in the wrong direction?
The Roma minorities on film
The dream of a Europe without political prisoners and the grim reality of Azerbaijan: Sakharov Freedom Award Seminar
Anna Politkovskaya Seminar 2014: The anatomy of media propaganda in Russia
Demonising Dissidents: How INTERPOL is being abused by dictatorships
Safeguarding international institutions against authoritarian abuse
Serbia, stuck in the past or proving EU worthy of a peace prize?