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A new survey reveal strong support for Norway’s Russia policies and broad support for Ukraine.
How many people can our planet sustain? This is one of the questions demographer Marianne Tønnessen is asking as Earth reaches this population milestone.
Most parents have reflected on how the neighbourhood they live in affects their children’s futures. Yet most research ignores parents' role in actively shaping the communities their children grow up in.
State-run integration programs tend to view immigrants through an employment-colored lense. Erika Gubrium thinks she has found a better way.
Despite the increasing educational level of the population, the risk of becoming unemployed or becoming a social assistance or disability benefit recipient is not decreasing correspondingly, according to new research from OsloMet.
Researchers have studied conversations on Twitter among Islamist extremists and far-right extremists.
Sometimes, youth feel like strangers in their own countries. In the face of real and perceived injustices, some find community in extremism.
The people who leave can have as much impact on a country as those who come in. Yet not much is known about Norway's 30,000 annual emigrants.
How did a desire to preserve oil and gas for future generations and protect the environment turn into the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world and the foundation of the Norwegian welfare state?
According to a study from OsloMet, having children does not increase quality of life, even in old age.
Researchers at PANSOC have been studying pandemic planning for decades. COVID-19 has thrust their work into the spotlight.
Norway is starting its vaccination programme and people facing high medical risk are first in line. But medical conditions aren’t the only factors to consider when protecting people from a deadly virus.