The Responsibility to Protect programme constitutes NUPI’s contribution as an associated centre to the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (GCR2P). Its role is to contribute to the effective operational implementation of the responsibility to protect norm by conducting solid, policy-oriented research on relevant topics, ensuring liaison regarding pertinent research with other organizations in the GCR2P network, and disseminating research findings through a host of convening and outreach activities.
Member of the Network Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect, Oxford Institute of Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford.
This project aims to investigate and operationalise the preventive aspect of the responsibility to protect (R2P), as formulated in the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document. More
This project seeks to operationalise the principle of the responsibility to protect (R2P), which was agreed upon at the 2005 World Summit. More
This project seeks to advance the implementation of the principle of R2P by elaborating on how one of its key elements – prevention – can be operationalized in international society. More
- Stamnes, Eli (2012). The Responsibility to Protect: Integrating Gender Perspectives into Policies and Practices, url]
- Stamnes, Eli , Sara E. Davies (2012). GR2P The Responsibility to Protect and Sexual and Gender Based violence (SGBV) , url]
- Stamnes, Eli
(2011). I R2Ps blindsone,
i Internasjonal Politikk nummer 1 2011.Oslo,Universitetsforlaget.p. 87-97.Artikkelen ser på tre temaer som har havnet i R2Ps blindsone: kjønn, kontroversielle preventive virkemidler og FNs begrensninger i intrastatlige og identitetsbaserte konflikter. [url]
- Stamnes, Eli (2010). The Responsibility to Protect. Integrating gender perspectives into policies and practices. Oslo, Norsk utenrikspolitisk institutt. 32 pages. This report explores an issue that has hitherto received very little attention in the literature and policy documents related to the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) – gender. It discusses how two gender perspectives may be incorporated into the policies and practices of R2P.
- Stamnes, Eli (2010). United Nations Preventive Deployment in Macedonia. , VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. 240 pages. To what extent can the United Nations serve as an agent for emancipatory change and transformation? This fundamental question lies at the heart of Eli Stamnes new book.
- Stamnes, Eli (2010). Values, Context and Hybridity: How can the insights from the liberal peace critique literature be brought to bear on the practices of the UN Peacebuilding Architecture?. NUPI Working Paper: . 33 pages. The authors of the liberal peace critique literature argue that local ownership should mean taking the recipient societies’(rather than simply governments’ and elites’) understanding of the problems and solutions as the starting point of peacebuilding.
- Stamnes, Eli , Jon Harald Sande Lie, Kristin M. Haugevik, Ståle Ulriksen, Nicholas J. Wheeler, Dorota Gierycz , Turid Lægreid (2009). The Principle and Practice of R2P: Whose Responsibility, What Kind of Action?. Oslo, NUPI. 17 pages. Summary of Project.
- Stamnes, Eli
(2009). 'Speaking R2P' and the prevention of mass atrocities,
in Global Responsibility to Protect, vol. 1, no. 1.Leiden, Brill. [url]
- Stamnes, Eli (2008). Operationalising the Preventive Aspects of the Responsibility to Protect. Oslo, NUPI. 27 pages. Responsibility to Protect no. 1 . Report on the preventive aspects of the responsibility to protect (R2P).
- Stamnes, Eli [ed.] (2008). Peace Support Operations. Nordic Perspectives. Abingdon/New York, Routledge. 130 pages. This book examines Nordic perspectives and approaches to peace support operations, from the infancy of UN peacekeeping to the present day.