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RWI Supported Researchers Presents Paper in Manila

Two RWI supported Cambodian researchers recently presented papers at the 14th ASLI Conference in Manilla – “A uniting Force? Asian values and the Law”. Kimsan Soy, who is the director of the Centre for the Studies of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) at Royal University of Law and Economics, which RWI has supported since its establishment, presented his…

Researchers from Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia to Talk on Human Rights

Five researchers from Southeast Asia that the Raoul Wallenberg Institute have been supporting will participate in a panel discussion Tuesday at the Southeast Asian Human Rights Network (SEAHRN) Conference in Bangkok. The panel includes papers by researchers from Cambodia, Mynamar, and Vietnam who have been working with the Institute and Lund University academics to strengthen…

“Human Rights in Southeast Asia” Textbook

The Southeast Asian Human Rights Studies Network (SEAHRN) recently launched a textbook for Southeast Asian students: “Human Rights in Southeast Asia.” This book has been developed in response to concerns from many lecturers at Southeast Asian universities that there were no textbooks appropriate for teaching human rights in the region.