Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research
The institute is a social science research institution, and as per January 1, 2016 a part of HiOA.
Our core competence lies in place and governance studies, nationally and internationally, in selected policy areas.
- How seniors can participate in their own communities for better quality of life and well-being Founding: The Norwegian Directorate of Health Period: 15.11.2016 - 30.06.2017
- Report on "social sustainability" and public health Founding: The Norwegian Directorate of Health Period: 08.11.2016 - 31.05.2017
- Municipalities planning and initiatives for an aging population Founding: The Norwegian Directorate of Health Period: 08.11.2016 - 30.06.2017
- Zero point survey: Programme for Public Health Promotion Founding: Norwegian Directorate of Health Period: 07.11.2016 - 30.06.2017
- Evaluation of the new opera building Period: 01.09.2016 - 31.12.2016
- Strengthening Peasant Movements Evaluation of the Mozambique Development Programme, 2012-2015, of Norwegian People's Aid NIBR-rapport 2016:1
- Decentralization in Karnataka Historical overview and current challenges from a gender and caste perspective NIBR Working Paper 2016:104
- Women's participation in local politics in Nepal A review of the literature NIBR Working Paper 2016:103
- Lecciones del proceso de restitución de tierra para el Acuerdo de Pas en Colombia NIBR Working Paper 2016:101
- Evaluation of the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy Political Party Assistance to Build Democracy NIBR-rapport 2016:19
Fields of study
- >> Kl. 13:57 Evaluation of the Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy (DIPD) The strategic targeting of young, politically active people is a relevant measure to reach DIPD’s overall...
- >> Kl. 11:30 Nepal learning from Norway's municipal model A state delegation from the parliament of Nepal and the Nepali Ministry of Federal Affairs and...
- >> Kl. 15:39 Non-state actors' involvement in Russia is encouraged – but controlled Researchers have re-examined state–civil society relations in Russia. They find that governance networks including non-state actors...