International School of Lund visits the institute

On the 7th of May twenty seven pupils age 10 from the International School of Lund – Katedralskolan visited the Institute to hear about the Swedish hero Raoul Wallenberg and about the Institute’s work on international human rights law. Together with Institute Head of Research and Academic Education they talked about what makes a human being a hero and what makes an everyday hero in modern time.

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They talked about human rights of children and what role they constitute in children’s life and the support they can be in being a hero at school, in the corridors and at the school yard. Institute staff encouraged all children to be everyday heroes.

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