“It’s typically Norwegian to be good” : a case study on Norwegian migration policy concerning Ethiopia
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The thesis aims to identify the particularities of Norwegian policy concerning migration from Ethiopia in an effort to assess how Norwegian identity is reflected in Norwegian migration policy. The findings are based on a case study on Norwegian migration policy in Ethiopia, which consists of interviews with informants who work with Norwegian policy on migration in the region. The thesis presents an image of Norwegian policy as centred around multilateral efforts, developed in the wake of the European migrant crisis. The paper seeks to demonstrate that Norwegian policy is an expression of the regime of goodness and Norway’s role as a country that works to do good.