is a researcher at the Fafo Research Foundation, where she works on questions relating to countries in transition, business and human rights, industrial relations and the provision of decent work. She holds a master’s in international security from Sciences Po Paris and a bachelor’s degree in comparative politics from the University of Bergen. She is a member of the research team on the Mali project.
State control of religious activity in southern Mali following the 2012 crisis
Tone Sommerfelt ,
25 August 2015
Faced with the fear of radicalisation, Malian authorities are attempting to regulate an increasingly complex religious field. This policy brief examines the nature of these attempts and their implications.
Developing relations: political parties and civil society in Myanmar
16 June 2014
In late 2011 President Thein Sein of Myanmar initiated democratic reforms that marked the end of the military regime. Since then, space has opened up for civil society to engage with political parties, and vice versa.