Apply to the Inclusion Academy 2017

In 2017 the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) organizes the Inclusion Academy for the first time. The overall purpose of the academy is to contribute to inclusive societies and greater participation in democratic processes by newly arrived migrants and refugees by providing the means to make their voices heard and…

“Navigating Human Rights in the Unknown World: A Compass for the EU”

RWI’s director, Morten Kjaerum, recently delivered a keynote speech at the European Commission’s final conference on the FRAME project, which stands for Fostering Human Rights Among European Policies. European Union (EU) officials, practitioners, academics and civil society representatives all gathered to discuss themes linked to the EU and human rights during keynote speeches, panel discussions and…

Lecture: “The Man Question – Male Subordination and Privilege”

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and the Department of Gender Studies at Lund University have joined up to bring you a lecture on 17 May with Nancy Dowd about her book “The Man Question – Male Subordination and Privilege.” Professor Dowd is a renowned feminist legal scholar from the University of Florida and…

Supporting the Promotion of Gender Equality in Belarus

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and its academic partners in Belarus have launched an open call for research and outreach initiatives that aims to strengthen the knowledge base and individual and group capacity of gender equality promotion in Belarus. This call is open for researchers from Belarus; applications should be submitted by 20 April 2017. Read about…