Previously given grants

Below are listed the awarded research grants from years 2016-2018, as well as the abstracts from granted projects.

Research grants awarded in 2018

Janne Kivivuori (FI) et al. were granted 185 000 EUR support to the project ”Nordic Homicide from Past to Present: Explaining Stability and Change in Lethal Violence”.

Synøve Nygaard Andersen (NO) et al. were granted 120 000 EUR support to the project ”Maintaining the Policy-Relevance of Criminology by Improving Research Integrity: A Nordic Collaboration with Register Data”.

Rune Ellefsen (NO) was granted 30 000 EUR support to the project “Countering violent extremism in the Nordic countries: Learning from experiences in Norwegian and Swedish municipalities (CVENC-LENS)”.

Carolina Øverlien (SE) was granted 8848 EUR support to the working group meeting ”Development of a research proposal on intimacy and sexual violence in young people’s lives”.

Louise Victoria Johansen (DK) was granted 6365 EUR support to the working group meeting ”Nordic Research on Victimology Working Group Meeting”.

Anders Stenström (SE) was granted 3300 EUR support to the working group meeting ”Annual Nordic Network Meeting for PhD Candidates in Criminology”.

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Research grants awarded in 2017

Jakob Demant (DK) et al. were granted 150 000 EUR to the project ”Drug dealing on social media within the Nordic countries: The intermixing of local and technology mediated drug dealing practices”.

Anette Bringedal Houge (NO) was granted 30 000 EUR to the project ”Opting out: Why young adults leave Islamist radicalization processes and the legitimacy of bystander interventions”.

Dorina Damsa (NO) was granted 30 000 EUR to the project ”Penal consciousness: the case of foreign nationals in Norwegian and Danish prisons”.

Hanna Malik (FI) was granted 30 000 EUR to the project ”The Formation of Labour Exploitation – Experiences of Polish Workers in Finland, Norway, and Sweden”.

Jon Gunnar Bernburg (IS) was granted 29 926 EUR to the project ”Community income inequality, social capital and adolescent delinquency: a comparative longitudinal study”.

Isabel Schoultz (SE) et al. were granted 12 000 EUR to the project ”What’s law got to do with it? Labour exploitation in the Nordic context” (working group).

Per Jørgen Ystehede (NO) et al. were granted 10 065 EUR to the project ”Penal welfarism – myths and realities?” (working group).

Elisiv Bakketeig (NO) et al. were granted 10 000 EUR to the project ”The Nordic Barnahus model(s): New research agendas” (working group).

Sara Hellqvist (SE) et al. were granted 10 000 EUR to the project ”Working Group Meeting Proposal: A Nordic Network Meeting for PhD Candidates in Criminology” (working group).

Ann-Karina Henriksen (DK) et al. were granted 10 000 EUR to the project ”Confinement of youths in the Nordic countries” (working group).

Agneta Mallén (SE) et al. were granted 10 000 EUR to the project ”Cybercrime victimization in the Nordic Countries” (working group).

May-Len Skilbrei (NO) et al. were granted 8620 EUR to the project ”Rethinkning Rape in the Nordic Countries” (book publishing support).

Lars Højsgaard Andersen (DK) et al. were granted 8095 EUR to the project ”Register Data and its Potential for Criminological Knowledge – A Nordic Research Network” (working group).

Timo Harrikari (FI) et al. were granted 8000 EUR to the project ”Criminal justice social work – a transformative laboratory of human governance?”

Annemette Nyborg Lauritsen (GL) et al. were granted 7060 EUR to the project ”Criminality, incarceration and control in Nordic island societies: The Faroe Islands, The Åland Islands, Iceland and Greenland” (working group).

Martti Lehti (FI) et al. were granted 5509 EUR to the project ”Working Group Meeting on Nordic Homicide Data Cooperation” (working group).

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Research grants awarded in 2016

Torsten Kolind, Helene Gundhus, Anne Alvesalo-Kuusi and Malin Åkerström were granted 119 445 EUR to their project “Perceptions of procedural justice in Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden”.

Niina Vuolajärvi was granted 28 050 EUR to her project ”Migrant Sex Work in the Nordic Region – Comparative Perspectives”.

Annette Olesen was granted 24 235 EUR to her project ”Mentorordning og udvidet retshjælp til løsladte i Danmark og Norge”.

Sigmund Mohn was granted 20 500 EUR to his project ”Deportationspraksisser i Norden: en kvantitativ og institutionel sammenligning”.

Katrine B.H. Johansen was granted 18 800 EUR to her project ” ´Det er jo noget med grænser ikke ?´Et antropoligisk studie af unges opfattelser og erfaringer emd seksuel vold med henblik på forebyggelse”.

Helge Renå, Per Lægreid, Jacob Aars and Rune Glomseth were granted 17 800 EUR to their project ”Den norske politireformen – en nulpunktmåling”.

Synnøve Jahnsen, Annette Vestby, Thomas Friis Søgaard, Kira Vrist Rønn, David Sausdal, Jens Kremer and Oscar Rantatalo were granted 10 000 EUR to their project ”Young Nordic Police and Policing Research Network” (working group).

Martine Lie, Rune Ellefsen, Guri Larsen and Ragnhild Sollund were granted 8000 EUR as working group support to their project ”Et politi for dyrene? Om utviklingen av dyrepolitienheter i Norden” (working group).

Thomas Ugelvik and Sveinung Sanberg were granted 8000 EUR as working group support to their project ”Narrativ kriminologi – et nordisk forskernettverk”.

Kristian Mjåland, Ingrid Lundeberg, Espen Houborg, Bjarke Nielsen and Bengt Svesson were granted 6000 EUR as working group support to their project ”Politik og Praksis: en komparativ analyse af åpne stoffcenter i tre nordiske land”.

Annemette Nyborg Lauritsen was granted 5940 EUR to the working group ”Kriminalitet, friehedsberøvelse og control I nordiske ø-samfund”.

Sverre Flaatten and Geir Heivoll were granted 4342 EUR as book publishing support to their project ”Rettslige overgangsformer og juridisk offentlighet: politi- og criminalrett i Norden, 1850-1950”.

Andreas Krogh was granted 1700 EUR to his project ”Kriminalpræventivt samarbejde mellem myndigheder og lokalsamfund”(research stay support).

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