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Randi Solhjell

Randi Solhjell is a research fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) under the Department of Security and Conflict Management. She has written extensively on sexualized war and conflict violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the UN mission in the DRC. She has also undertaken several studies on the challenges to implementing UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 (2000) and 1820 (2008) in various contexts; internationally, nationally and locally. Solhjell is a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where she is currently based.

Research areas:  Inclusivity and gender

Publications

Sexualised violence in conflict: Norwegian capacities and challenges
publication Randi Solhjell 27 October 2010
Executive summary: This report addresses the challenges and opportunities facing Norway in relation to the combat against sexualised and gender-based violence (SGBV) in war and conflict situations. In presenting a map of Norwegian actors and agencies in the field, it constitutes a critical resource that both emphasises Norway's potent... more  

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