Year in Review 2020: Economic Globalisation & Human Rights

Economic globalisation has to be a fair globalisation. This means enabling the realisation of human rights and the protection of the environment. For more than a decade, we have focused on business and human rights.

Highlights from 2020

Prosperous and green in the Anthropocene: The human right to a healthy environment

In 2020 RAPP, the Regional Asia Pacific Programme, presented a thematic study on the Right
to a Safe, Clean, and Sustainable Environment called Prosperous and green in the Anthropocene: The human right to a healthy environment in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia faces unprecedented social-ecological challenges that have wide-ranging implications for both human rights and the environment. Recognizing the human right to a healthy environment helps protect people and nature. It also ensures the conditions for continued sustainable development and prosperity.

Business and Human Rights: A Tool for Lecturers

In 2017, RWI, together with academic partners in China, identified a need for a new teaching resource in ‘Business and Human Rights’ area.”

Full Speed on Blended Learning Courses in Regional Asia Pacific

In the early days of digital learning, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI) started developing digital learning, e-learning, and blended learning courses. Around ten years ago, the Regional Asia Pacific Programme (RAPP) began to develop and use using blended learning methodologies more consistently, combining digital and face-to-face learning components. Partners, RWI, and donors, agreed that blended learning is useful to deliver impactful capacity development to participants across a large and diverse region.

Year in Review 2020

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