Hadi Strømmen Lile is a scholar of sociology of law and human rights. He has an MA and a PhD from The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, at the Law Faculty of University of Oslo. His PhD was about international law on the
aims of education, with a focus on weather ninth grade pupils in Norway learn what they are supposed about the Sami people according to the law.
Lile is a member of the Council for Professional Ethics in the Teaching
Profession and The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH). He has also served 2 years as a member of the Press Complaint Commission (PFU) in Norway.
He has served for more
than six years as the chief editor of the legal journal Kritisk juss (Critical Law), now a member of the editorial team. In addition he is a member of the editorial team of Human Rights Education Review.
Lile has been
working for Save the Children as an international senior advisor on child rights governance. He was also an advisor for the Gáldu - Resource Centre for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. In addition he has been working as a journalist in newspapers,
TV and radio.
As researcher he has published many articles and books and written several editorials and opinion pieces, in addition to contributions in the dictionary Store Norske Leksikon (SNL). An overview of publications
can be found here.
For more on his CV se the LinkedIn profile.
His father was a Sámi and his mother is from Iran. He is what might be called a properly confusing cultural mix.