Study grants autumn 2009

The study grants for autumn 2009 have been distributed to the following persons:

Priscilla Akua Boakye, University of Tromsö, Norge.
Project title: ”DIPO--Puberty rites among the Krobos of Eastern region, Ghana”.

Bishwash Hamal, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Project title: ”Why did the United Nations fail: Rwanda genocide 1994. Diplomatic and human right activist views”.

Diana Hųjlund Madsen, Roskilde universitet, Danmark.
Project title: ”How to make gender mainstream? The strategy of gender mainstreaming revisited in Ghanaian context”.

Marcel Mangold, Stockholms universitet, Sverige.
Project title: ”Human rights and European development assistance in Mali and Burkina Faso”.

Nuno Martins, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Project title: ”China’s foreign policy towards the Portuguese-speaking countries: An analysis focussed on Angola”.

Egill Žór Nielsson, University of Iceland, Island.
Project title: ”Black on white: Occidental colonialism and slavery in the Nordic countries”.

Karin Annika Nilsson, KTH-The Royal Institute of Technology, Sverige.
Project title: ”Financial systems and land upgrading of informal settlements”.

Mari Paus, Institut for kunst of kulturvidenskab, Danmark.
Project title: ”Reconciliation and musical hybrids: Interculturalism in South African popular music”.

Narve Nub Kveseth Rotwitt, University of Oslo, Norge.
Project title: ”Somalia and ‘The Union of Islamic Courts’: New dimensions of political control in a stateless society”.

Martina Savio, University of Tromsö, Norge.
Project title: ”Child labour, coltan mining and state failure: Cases from the Democratic Republic of Congo”.

Neema Seguya, University of Tromsö, Norge.
Project title: ”Challenges in conflict resolution: Case of the Juba peace process in Uganda (2006 - 2008)”.

Marja Katariina Suomela, University of Helsinki, Finland.
Project title: ”Corruption talk as a political tool in Namibia”.

Carrie Turunen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Project title: ”Promotion of women as physical education teachers in Tanzania”.

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