Moving Towards Clinical Legal Education Clinics in Zimbabwe

The Institute recently organised an introductory workshop to clinical legal education in Zimbabwe in cooperation with the Herbert Chitepo School of Law and the International Commission of Jurist’s Zimbabwe programme The objective of the workshop was to contribute to knowledge and skills needed by university teachers to provide clinical legal education to students. This includes…

Celebrating Achievements for Judicial Cooperation in the MENA Region

This week in Jordan the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and its partners are celebrating the outcomes of a programme in the Middle East and North Africa that has focused on increasing the exchange between Arab judicial systems to share best practices regarding application of international human rights law. The MENA Regional Programme “Applying International Human Rights…

Unique Workshop Held for Chinese Academics and NGO Workers

Ten Chinese academics and NGO workers participated in a workshop last week at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s offices in Lund and Stockholm in Sweden. The week-long workshop covered the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and development indicators from a human rights perspective.

“The Constitution Can Change Peoples’ Lives”

Dr. Admark Moyo from the Herbert Chitepo School of Law at Great Zimbabwe University in Masvingo, Zimbabwe is wrapping up his stay in Lund as a visiting researcher. Dr. Moyo was been awarded a grant for research projects in 2016 related to the theme “Human Rights and the Zimbabwean Constitution”, under the RWI Zimbabwe Human…

Zimbabwean Human Rights Professionals in Lund for Unique Exchange

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute in cooperation with the Centre for Applied Legal Research (CALR), Zimbabwe, is conducting a professional training program on human rights in Lund this week that brings together Zimbabwean human rights professionals for a unique exchange. Participants come from academia, independent research centres, civil society organisations, government institutions and independent commissions in…