Workshop on Multi-Disciplinary Research of Disability Policy in China

A two-day workshop was held recently in cooperation with Wuhan East-lake Institute for Social Advancement (EISA) in Wuhan. – The workshop was very successful in strengthening the interaction and dialogues among researchers and practitioners working in the field of disability rights in China and for bringing everyone forward in continued dialogues and collaboration in application…

The Corruption Crusader Urges Zero Tolerance on Gifts

December 9 marked the International Anti-Corruption day. This year, the UN highlighted the $1 trillion paid yearly in bribes and the estimated $2.6 trillion stolen annually through corruption – a sum equivalent to more than 5 percent of the global GDP.* Thuli Madonsela is a prominent figure in combating corruption, whose actions made Time Magazine…

Twenty-Nine Takeaways From RWI’s Roundtable on Corruption and Human Rights

A recent roundtable held by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund, Sweden featured two days of discussions, study, and brainstorming on the connection between anti-corruption work and human rights. “The goal of the roundtable was to identify human rights-based opportunities for the fight against corruption and possibilities for cooperation between different actors in society and to deepen…