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    • Analyse av regelverket – Regelverket knyttet til produksjon, areal- og lokalitetsforvaltning og områdesamarbeid i havbruksnæringen 

      Dahl, Irene Vanja; Sørgård, Bjørn (Research report; Forskningsrapport, 2020-09-28)
      Rapporten gir en fremstilling av regelverket knyttet til produksjon, areal- og lokalitetsforvaltning og områdesamarbeid i havbruksnæringen. Regulering av produksjonen har gjennom hele havbruksnæringens historie vært sentralt. Rapporten gir en historisk oversikt over sentralt regelverk for regulering av næringen fra 1970-tallet frem til gjeldende regulering. Miljøhensyn har fått stadig større fokus. ...
    • Ansvar for skade forårsaket av rein 

      Ravna, Øyvind (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2007)
      Reineiere og bufeholdere har begge objektivt ansvar for skade deres dyr forårsaker. I praksis kan dette ansvaret arte seg ganske ulikt. Reindriftsloven er for tiden under revisjon, og lovutvalget har uttrykt at det erstatningsansvar som reindriftsloven stiller opp, er strengt og meget omfattende. I artikkelen sammenliknes ansvaret for reineiere og bufeholdere, samtidig som det pekes på ulikheter i ...
    • Ansvar for skade forårsaket av rein: om gjerdehold, objektivt ansvar og medvirkning 

      Ravna, Øyvind (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-01-15)
      Reindriftsloven pålegger reineiere et objektivt ansvar for skade rein forårsaket av rein. Ansvaret har røtter tilbake til 1883 og omtales av Reindriftslovutvalget som strengt og meget omfattende. Også bufeholdere har et objektivt ansvar for skade deres dyr forårsaker. I praksis kan imidlertid bufeholderes og reindriftsutøveres ansvar på dette området arte seg nokså ulikt. I 2007 fremmet Samerettsutvalget ...
    • Application of the Right to Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources for Indigenous Peoples: Assessment of Current Legal Developments. 

      Enyew, Endalew Lijalem (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-11)
      The right to Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources (PSNR) emerged in the era of decolonization. As a reaction to the irresponsible exploitation of natural resources by colonial powers, peoples under colonial rule and newly independent developing states asserted the right to control and dispose of their own natural resources. The UN General Assembly recognized and reinforced these claims ...
    • The Arctic environment and the BBNJ negotiations. Special rules for special circumstances? 

      De Lucia, Vito (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-10-18)
      The question this article wishes to raise, albeit in a preliminary and exploratory manner, is whether or not the Arctic, due to its special ecological circumstances, should be regulated in some special ways within the context of the new BBNJ agreement. Taking as the starting point some of the existing special rules adopted under UNCLOS and the IMO to account for special ecological circumstances, ...
    • Avgjørelsesformene i jordskifteprosessen - med vekt på lovrevisjonen av 1998 og noen utilsiktede virkninger 

      Ravna, Øyvind (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2005)
      In civil procedure the primary aim of the court is to settle lawsuits. In the land consolidation court procedure, by contrast, the main aim of the court concerns resolving indistinct boundaries and improving property structures. These differences have resulted in different forms of legal decisions in the two court systems. The article gives an overview of similarities and differences between the ...
    • Balancing Agro-Fuels and Food Security on the Tightrope Towards Sustainability 

      Tafesework Geletu, Eden; Poto, Margherita Paola (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The demand for the utilization of agricultural resources for non-food purposes, such as feedstock, has been on the rise globally in recent times. This article seeks to examine the underlying reasons behind the boom in agricultural crops for biofuel feedstock. Cognizant of this peak in demand, the article aims to show how the right to adequate food is being restrained by large-scale land acquisition ...
    • Bare Nature. The Biopolitical Logic of the International Regulation of Invasive Alien Species 

      De Lucia, Vito (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-07-04)
      There is a general and widespread consensus on the negative impacts of invasive alien species on biological diversity. Invasive alien species are indeed considered a fundamental threat for endemic biological diversity. Their introduction to novel environments is often described, eloquently, as a <i>biological invasion</i>. How is the threat of invasive alien species addressed in international law? ...
    • Barnefordelingssaker og "familier med høyt konfliktnivå". 

      Nylund, Anna (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    • The BBNJ negotiations and ecosystem governance in the arctic 

      De Lucia, Vito (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-18)
      The aim of this article is to explore the question of ecosystem governance in the Arctic, in light of the potential implications of the ongoing negotiations towards a new global treaty on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction for ecosystem governance of the Arctic. A new global treaty will have inevitably significant implications for Arctic ...
    • Behovet for en jordskifteutdanning i Nord-Norge 

      Ravna, Øyvind (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      The Norwegian education system has gone through fundamental changes in the last decades. The educational monopoly the University of Life Sciences has had in educating land consolidation judges is proposed removed, and it’s time for innovative thinking. In northern- and parts of mid-Norway, new programmes to educate land consolidation judges can be reasoned not only because of the problems in ...
    • Beskyttelse av fremtidige inntekter 

      Solheim, Stig H. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-08)
      Artikkelen problematiserer beskyttelse av fremtidige inntekter i relasjon til EMDs praksis om eiendomsvern etter EMK P1-1. Foranledningen er at problemstillingen har vært relevant for to nyere høyesterettssaker: HR-2017-2352-A (prostitusjons-saken) og HR-2018-1258-A (Gassled-saken). I prostitusjons-saken ble problematikken oversett, noe som har blitt kritisert. I Gassled-saken ble spørsmålet ...
    • Brev fra Washington, DC. Fra amerikansk historie, jus og samfunnsliv. 

      Christiansen, Per (Book; Bok, 2007-01)
      Boken formidler ved korte brev inntrykk fra amerikansk historie, jus og samfunnsliv fra en forskningstermin ved George Washington University, 2005-06. Brevene – ca 50 i alt – er inndelt i følgende hovedkategorier: (1) statsstyret, (2) om høyesterett, (3) slaveri og borgerrettigheter, (4) liv og død, (5) utenriksforhold, (6) USA og EU, (7) penger, handel og økonomi og (8) diverse. I en innledning ...
    • Children's Right to Respect for Their Human Dignity 

      Sigurdsen, Randi (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2019)
    • Children’s Constitutional Rights in the Nordic Countries: Do Constitutional Rights Matter? 

      Haugli, Trude; Nylund, Anna (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2019-12-02)
      This chapter consists of a comparative analyses of children’s constitutional rights in the Nordic countries. First, we analyse children’s constitutional rights in general in the Nordic countries to assess if and how a Constitution is in line with the child’s rights approach of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (crc). We build on a model developed by Conor O’Mahony that measures the protection ...
    • Children’s Right to Participate in Decision-Making in Norway: Paternalism and Autonomy 

      Nylund, Anna (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2019-12-02)
      This chapter examines whether including children’s participatory rights in the Norwegian Constitution has had any legal or practical impact. It uses Susan White’s typology of participation rights as a tool for examining whether children’s participation is nominal, instrumental, representative or transformative. The preparatory works of the Norwegian Constitution are ambiguous. On the one hand, the ...
    • A Cold Rain on the Parade When the Sámi Celebrate 100th Anniversary 

      Ravna, Øyvind (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-02-06)
      6 February 2017 marks the centenary of The First Sámi Congress, which is also the reason that we today celebrate the 6th of February as the Sámi National Day. The First Congress will be thoroughly celebrated in Trondheim where it originally took place. Such an anniversary naturally inspires reflection on what the Sámi have achieved in the years since Elsa Laula Renberg and other visionary Sámi leaders ...
    • Comparing the Efficiency and Quality of Civil Justice in Scandinavia: The Role of Structural Differences and Definitions of Quality 

      Nylund, Anna (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11)
      Most studies on the efficiency and quality of civil justices are limited to formal courts, although tribunals and other quasi-courts have a central role in resolving legal disputes in many European countries. Hence, significant parts of many civil justice systems are excluded from the studies. Differences among countries may thus reflect primarily structural and terminological differences rather ...
    • The Concept of Commons and Marine Genetic Resources in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction 

      De Lucia, Vito (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-11-27)
      This article explores some of the ways in which marine genetic resources conceptually and normatively intersect with the concept and idea of commons. Through an analysis of the terminological ambiguities and semantic slippages characterizing the usage of the concept of commons in international law, the article addresses questions relation to the idea of global commons and to the multiple reciprocal ...
    • Constitutional Rights for Children in Norway 

      Haugli, Trude (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2019-12-02)
      In this chapter, I present and discuss the status of children’s rights in the Norwegian Constitution. The Constitution was amended in 2014 when a new bill of rights was added. The provisions are strongly influenced by international law and, when it comes to children, especially by the general principle of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (crc). I give an overview of the process leading up ...