Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, RWI’s Research Director, has been awarded the Danish Authors’ Guild’s so-called “peace prize” for his 2016 book “How do we solve the refugee crisis?” or “Hvordan løser vi flygtningekrisen?” in Danish.
Formally called the “Drassow prize” … Continue reading » “RWI’s Research Director Awarded Drassow Prize” Continue readingMore Tag
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 … Continue reading » “RWI Supported Researchers Presents Paper in Manila” Continue readingMore Tag
RWI’s annual Regional Human Rights Research Methodology Workshop was recently held in Bangkok, with a group of 19 researchers from across Asia participating.… Continue reading » “Annual Workshop Furthers Human Rights Research in Asia” Continue readingMore Tag
Are you a qualified researcher who is planning to carry out or who is currently carrying out a study in the human rights field? Are you interested in doing research or are you doing research on Roma populations or on … Continue reading » “Apply for the Martin Alexandersson Human Rights Study Scholarship” Continue readingMore Tag
Antoine Buyse, a professor of human rights and director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) at Utrecht University, is currently a visiting professor at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
His special areas of expertise are the … Continue reading » ““Human Rights Protect the Process of Freedom”” Continue readingMore Tag
Ratana Ly, who is a RWI-supported researcher at the Centre for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) at Royal University of Law and Economics, recently published an article titled “Prosecuting the Khmer Rouge: Views from the Inside”, published by the… Continue reading » “RWI-supported Researcher Publishes New Article on Khmer Rouge” Continue readingMore Tag
Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, RWI Research Director and Professor, recently published a chapter in a new book, The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law. In this new book chapter, Gammeltoft-Hansen examines the extent to which states and private actors … Continue reading » “New Publication on Privatization of Migration Management” Continue readingMore Tag