Since the mid-1990s, Norway and Russia have collaborated on challenges in the health and social care sector. Researchers at OsloMet have now been commissioned to evaluate a grant scheme for this health collaboration.
The institute is a social science research institution, part of Oslo Metropolitan University. Our core competence lies in place and governance studies, nationally and internationally, in selected policy areas.
The Scandinavian countries have attracted migrants from around the world. While some of the measures they have adopted to combat segregation are similar, policy responses in the three countries also indicate significant divergences.
CENSU is a Norwegian-Tanzanian-Mozambican university collaboration within education and research which focuses on sustainable gas extraction and governance in the context of vulnerable communities and climate change.
DEMOCLIM explores new democratic governance methods in the design and implementation of effective and socially just climate policies that emerge in the face of climate protests in four Scandinavian cities; Oslo, Bergen, Stockholm and Gothenburg.
A project to strengthen research capacity and capabilities in institutions in Malawi and Tanzania.
CONTRA utforsker hvordan institusjonalisering av produktiv konflikt kan øke transformasjonskapasiteten som trengs i overgangen til mer bærekraftige byer.
Little is known about those who emigrate from Norway today, why they leave, and how their emigration affects Norwegian society.
Through experimental methods and knowledge sharing, researchers will explore new ways of producing and distributing food in European cities. OsloMet and the municipality of Oslo are Norwegian partners in the project, which has been supported by Horizon 2020, the EU's framework program for research.
The main purpose of the project is to identify the characteristics of management networks that are effective in contributing to inclusive education.
The project addresses today's developments in the EU's multi-level Union administration, where administrative bodies located across different levels of governance are increasingly interconnected in the implementation and application of EU legislation.
This project depart from the hypothesis that explanations for developments in cultural policy, and in particular its failure to realize programmatic goals, are found in the dynamics of interest-based politics that at work in the cultural sector.
In this research project, the researchers will take a closer look at how time and money affect immigration and integration in Norway in different ways.
RE:BARENTS will examine the impact of Norwegian–Russian collaboration on health and social welfare in the Barents region since 2000.
The main goal of the project is to provide new knowledge about how Russia pursues its interests vis-à-vis Norway and other European countries, in particular how the interaction between domestic politics in Russia and domestic actors in Russia's European neighboring countries shapes Russia's actions.
The primary goal of the project is to generate new knowledge to measure inclusion in the housing market and use this to understand the local dynamics of the housing market. The knowledge can be used to stimulate cities to develop a more active and comprehensive housing policy.