The Raoul Wallenberg Institute launches a one-of-a-kind NHRI Database

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute, in cooperation with the Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions (APF) and the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions (NANHRI), has launched a very unique database of NHRI materials (www.nhridb.org). The purpose of the database is to make NHRI materials (annual reports, thematic guides and studies, national inquiries,…

Winners of the Human Rights Research Grant in Turkey

Seven academic research proposals among 71 applications, which will be granted in the frame of Turkey Human Rights Capacity Development Program in 2012 have been announced. 1. Research Topic: “Identification of affirmative action regulations for women in Turkish Law and evaluation of their effectiveness in practice” Kasım Akbaş (Anadolu University –Law Faculty) İlker Gökhan Şen…

Seminar at the Museum of Public Art in Lund

On 26 April Lund University and the corporate management company Ernst & Young arranged a seminar, at the Museum of Public Art in Lund, where science, art, Human Rights and Philanthropy came together. The Institute was presented by Director Marie Tuma and Senior Researcher Radu Mares. Radu Mares presented his research on Corporate Social Responsibility…