NIM has submitted the report ahead of the Committee’s assessment of Norway in February. The availability of crisis centres (shelters), investigation and prosecution of violence against women, and violence against vulnerable groups of women are some of the topics in the report.
Norway has a strong record of protecting and promoting human rights and is party to the vast majority of international human rights conventions.
The Norwegian National Human Rights Institution (NIM) is an independent public body established by the Norwegian Parliament in 2015 to strengthen the implementation of human rights in Norway.
Despite Norway’s relatively strong human rights record, there are still several human rights challenges that need to be addressed by the Norwegian authorities.
Reports by NIM
These publications are either published in English or have an English summary.