Abraham Nahr

Abraham Narh - 242Qualifications

BA (Psychology, Organisational Psychology Major), University of Ghana, Legon 2002
Mphil (Theory and Practice of Human Rights, Peace and Conflict Studies), University of Oslo, 2008.
MA (Business and Human Rights) 2012
PhD (International Law), Middlesex University (in Progress)

Research Interests

International Human Rights Law
Business and Human Rights
Corporate Social Responsibility

Teaching Interest

International Law
International Human Rights Law (in general)
Business and Human Rights Law
Corporate Social Responsibility


Abraham is a PhD Student on business and human rights at Middlesex University, London. He is currently resident in Oslo and an Executive Officer in the Core Administration of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo, where he completed his masters in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights in 2008. In this capacity, he has since 2009 been assigned to various administrative support tasks including staff recruitment, information, records and evaluations. He has also been a teaching and research assistant for a module on the Mphil in Theory and Practice of Human Rights. Previously, Abraham was a Principal Superintendent Teacher  with Guidance and Councelling  responsibilities within the Ghana Education Service between 2002 and 2004. In his academic history, Abraham completed research projects on the Effect of Punishment on Student-Teacher Relationship, Marriage, Cohabitation and the Ghanaian Intestate Succession Law, Gender and International Peacekeeping with focus on the Ghana Armed Forces, UIO.


Abraham is a student member of the American Branch of International Law Association, New York.


Norwegian Government Quota Scholar, 2004-2006

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