In Sweden, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute maintains close cooperation with Lund University and several other academic institutions, such as Linnaeus University in Växjö, Uppsala University, Halmstad University and Malmö University.
The Faculty of Law at Lund University has, since more than 20 years back, in close cooperation with the Institute, been offering an a master’s programme in international human rights law. During the programme of study, students acquire in-depth knowledge of International Human Rights Law in general and, if they so choose, in one of the two additional specialisations Intellectual Property Rights or International Labour Rights. Read more about the master’s programme in international human rights law.
The Institute also contributes to academic human rights education at other academic institutions in Sweden, such as the Institute for Police Education at Linnaeus University in Växjö.
The Institute provides advice and education on human rights issues to local and central government bodies in Sweden, and participates in the general human rights discourse.