This chapter specifically addressed racial profiling in Norway. Aasgaard and Langford debates the international critique of Norway (e.g. EU, UN) when it comes to the lack of research and information on racial profiling, especially stop and search situations. Among other things, they (p. 209) argue that the burden is with authorities to substantiate with research that racial profiling does not exist.
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