High-level Ceremony in Tunis to Launch Child Victim Research

RWI’s regional office in Amman held a high-level ceremony last week to launch a new Tunisian comparative research study titled “Protecting the rights of the child victim in the criminal justice system from the perspective of international standards.” The objective of the study is to bring forward applicable judicial recommendations and solutions based on informed…

Celebrating Achievements for Judicial Cooperation in the MENA Region

This week in Jordan the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and its partners are celebrating the outcomes of a programme in the Middle East and North Africa that has focused on increasing the exchange between Arab judicial systems to share best practices regarding application of international human rights law. The MENA Regional Programme “Applying International Human Rights…

Two New Books on Arab Jurisprudence published

In close cooperation and active involvement of partner Arab judicial institutes in the Middle East and North Africa, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute has issued two new books related to Arab jurisprudence. Both books highlight the role of the Arab judiciary in the application of international principles of human rights. The books, which come from the…