Integrating Human Rights into Practice in Jordan and Palestine

RWI’s regional office in Amman, in cooperation and partnership with the Jordanian and Palestinian Judicial Institutes, has held four separate dissemination sessions in Jordan and Palestine over the past few months. Each session presented national comparative studies that have been developed by working groups in each of the judicial Institutes. The sessions aimed at spreading…

The European Roma Rights Centre awarded Raoul Wallenberg Prize

The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC)  has been awarded the Council of Europe Raoul Wallenberg Prize for its outstanding and impressive contribution to raise awareness of the human rights situation of the Roma people, the largest ethnic minority in Europe. The prize, which has been awarded every two years since 2014, goes to either a…

“Border Deaths Occur at the Borders of Wealthy Countries”

In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” we hear Thomas Spijkerboer, who has, for over a decade, done research on border deaths and their correlation to European migration policies. The podcast was recorded during his “Wednesday Night Rights” lecture, which is an event organized with the Association of Foreign Affairs in Lund. Thomas calls…

Sweden to Get State-Of-The-Art Library Catalog

Within a few months, Sweden will change national catalog from the current Libris to a new catalog, named LibrisXL or nya Libris. As end-users you will probably not see so much difference in the beginning, but for the Swedish library community this is a quite big thing. The main benefits you will experience is much…