Global Justice Blog

Published Oct. 22, 2019 9:03 AM

The EU has been commended for its engagement with women and the  local indigenous population in its mission in Chad. However, from a postcolonial perspective, it can be argued that the EU's personnel displayed specific Western assumptions in their operation, explains Lea Augenstein. 

Picture of a puzzle making up the sustainable development goals
Published Sep. 23, 2019 11:02 AM

Should past emissions matter when allocating responsibility for sustainable development? Former GLOBUS MA student Sigrid Jerpstad has analysed the EU's view on responsibility when negotiating the global sustainable development agenda. 

Hands tied together in front of brick wall
Published July 30, 2019 10:00 AM

After the so-called ‘migrant-crisis’, the EU has described trafficking in human beings as a threat to EU states, societies and economies. What implications does this shift have for the victims of trafficking? GLOBUS MA Vera Skjetne discusses the recent turn in EU’s trafficking policies.

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