“I Hope European Leaders Understand That We Are All Minorities”

In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” RWI’s Senior Researcher Alejandro Fuentes interviews Professor Tove H. Malloy, who teaches at the Europa-Universität-Flensburg, Germany, and heads up the European Centre for Minority Issues’ research cluster Citizenship and Ethics. In this episode, she talks about a wide range of issues in regards to the dynamics of…

How One Activist Struggles For Human Rights in Bahrain

In this episode of “On Human Rights,” RWI’s Leila Fall interviews Maryam al-Khawaja. She’s a Bahraini Human rights defender living in exile. She talks about the struggles that country is facing, the goals of the activists there and how she suffers from survivor’s guilt.

What About Male Privilege?

Professor Nancy Dowd’s research focuses on social justice issues connected to family law, and touches also on juvenile law, constitutional law, race and gender analysis, and social change theories. In this episode, she talks about her recent book, which is The Man Question: Male Privilege and Subordination (2010), in which she explores masculinities theories as…

Navigating Human Rights in an Unknown World

Morten Kjaerum, the director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, joins us for our latest episode of the On Human Rights Podcast. He talks about his concern for the increasingly authoritarian trends worldwide, mitigating fear and angst, how the human rights world can be more active dealing with inequality, and what he’s hopeful for going forward.