Amalia Sofia is a visiting researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute. She works as a PhD student and researcher at the Graduate Institute of Public Administration at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland.
She is currently writing the parts of … Continue reading » “One-On-One With a PhD Researcher” Continue readingMore Tag
A five-day research workshop under the regional human rights research initiative took place in Bangkok recently.
The workshop gathered almost twenty researchers from all over Asia. RWI researchers Radu Mares and Frank Baber, together with Mike Hayes at Mahidol … Continue reading » “A Research Workshop on Human Rights and the Environment” Continue readingMore Tag
Richard Falk is an international law and international relations scholar who taught at Princeton University for forty years. For a six year period beginning in 2008, he served as a United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights … Continue reading » “Richard Falk on Human Rights, Vietnam, Israel and the UN: A Life in International Law” Continue readingMore Tag
In this video, RWI’s Director, Morten Kjaerum, presents a summary of our new report on Anti-Corruption and Human Rights. The report builds upon the discussion, presentations, conclusions and recommendations drawn during a Roundtable 13-14 November in Lund. The Roundtable brought … Continue reading » “New Report: Anti-Corruption and Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag
The Institute recently published Jonathan Power’s latest book, “Ending War Crimes, Chasing the War Criminals”, which he will elaborate on during a book launch that is co-organized with Jus Humanis.
The book includes an analysis of the characters … Continue reading » “Book Launch: Ending War Crimes, Chasing the War Criminals” Continue readingMore Tag
Thousands of people are dying at Europe’s border every year.
For over a decade, Thomas Spijkerboer has done research on this, and presently he is finalising a five year, multi-sited research project on it. Where this is treated as a … Continue reading » “Lecture: Border Deaths and Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag