University of Oslo.
She is Professor of international politics at the University of Oslo, and served as State Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1997–2000. In the Bondevik government of 1997-2000 she served as state secretary for the Christian Democratic Party in the Department of Foreign Affairs. She spoke at the Humanum interreligious colloquium, in 2014.
The event, held at the Vatican, was centered on discussions of marriage and the family.
Janne Haaland is married Doctor Matláry, a physician of Hungarian origin who came to Norway as a refugee. The couple has four children.
She is a professor of international politics at Oslo University, specializing in energy policy, security policy, and international human rights. She left the Christian Democratic Party in 2011, citing ideological reasons, particularly due to the party"s willingness to consider a future alliance with the Labour party on the national level, and that the party had already formed alliances with Labour on the local level She claimed the Christian democratic ideology was incompatible with the socialist ideology.
Since 2012 she has been a member of the Conservative Party. In 2012 she became a member of the Conservative Party. She is a member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, and a consultor of the Pontifical Council for the.