People


 

Dr Margunn Bjørnholt

Director / Research Professor
margunn.bjornholt@policy.no
+47 995 58 926

Margunn Bjørnholt is a sociologist and economist, Director of Policy and Social Research AS, and a Research Professor at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS). Her research interests include gender-based violence, migration, policy studies, work, family and gender equality, men and masculinities, the welfare state, human rights and women’s rights, feminist economics, ethical banking, and public sector reform and management. She has a broad background as an academic, a civil servant, a consultant and a leader in the NGO sector, and has formerly worked at the Regional Development Fund, the National Institute of Technology, the Work Research Institute and the University of Oslo, and has served as a national expert on gender equality to the European Commission. She is a former President of the Norwegian Association for Women’s Rights and the Norwegian Women’s Lobby, and is a member of the advisory board of Rethinking Economics.

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Heine Paus

Adviser
heine.paus@policy.no
+47 481 72 428

Heine Paus is a law student at the University of Oslo. He is a former journalist with the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), working as a reporter for its flagship radio news programme Dagsnytt and as a foreign duty editor and presenter of the news magazine Verden i dag (The World Today), a former Executive Director of the feminist radio station radiOrakel, and has been involved with a number of humanitarian and nonpartisan NGOs, including the European Movement and the Norwegian Red Cross. His academic interests include international humanitarian law and the law of armed conflict, with a regional focus on Africa and Eurasia.

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Former affiliates

 

  • Dr Justyna Bell, Senior Researcher, in connection with the EFFECT project
  • Monika Kochowicz, Research Assistant, in connection with the EFFECT project
  • Anna Sitarz, Research Assistant, in connection with the EFFECT project