Note: This event will be held in Swedish and demands a basic knowledge in Swedish for a successful participation.
Den 21-24 augusti 2018 arrangeras en sommarskola med fokus på FN:s konvention om rättigheter för personer med funktionsnedsättning. Arrangör är Raoul … Continue reading » “Ansök: Sommarskola om Funktionshinder och Mänskliga Rättigheter” Continue readingMore Tag
In her recent paper on sanctuary cities in the US, RWI affiliated professor Martha Davis, with her colleague at Northeastern University, Serena Parekh, provides a philosophical perspective on the relationship between sanctuary city protections and the promotion of human rights … Continue reading » “Martha Davis on Sanctuary City Protections” Continue readingMore Tag
Tina Askanius is a media scholar and a researcher in media and communication studies. She’ll participate in the Q&A session after “Golden Dawn Girls,” which will be screened at the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival on Sunday.
She … Continue reading » “The Promotional Tactics of Neo-Nazi Groups and Extreme Far Right Parties” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute together with the Network of Scholars on Gender, Sexuality and the Law (ALAS), Center For Human Rights i Pretoria and the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law at American University Washington College of Law, invite … Continue reading » “Call for Proposals: Global Transformation Towards Gender Equality and Agenda 2030” Continue readingMore Tag
Today, The Raoul Wallenberg Institute, in cooperation with the Centre for Applied Legal Research in Zimbabwe, began the 5th Professional Training Programme on Human Rights. It focuses on the equal status and human rights of women.
During five days, twenty … Continue reading » “Human Rights of Women in Focus at Training in Zimbabwe” Continue readingMore Tag
I just attended the 9th World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur and many thoughts and learnings come to my mind on the themes elaborated upon and why these have been chosen and who is talking.
Sharing of experiences is one … Continue reading » “UN Habitat’s 9th World Urban Forum – What is Said and What Isn’t” Continue readingMore Tag
The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) has been awarded the Council of Europe Raoul Wallenberg Prize for its outstanding and impressive contribution to raise awareness of the human rights situation of the Roma people, the largest ethnic minority in Europe.… Continue reading » “The European Roma Rights Centre awarded Raoul Wallenberg Prize” Continue readingMore Tag
Fawaz T. Alzatto is from Syria and has been living in Denmark for two years. He recently completed his participation in the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s Inclusion Academy. In partnership with the Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE), … Continue reading » ““I Have Brown Skin, But I Have a Good, Nice Smile”” Continue readingMore Tag
Ensuring the inclusion of refugees and migrants in the societies they have settled in is one of the current challenges facing European countries. In order to address this challenge, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, in partnership with the Open Society Initiative … Continue reading » “Inclusion Academy Explores Advocacy & Outreach” Continue readingMore Tag