The Raoul Wallenberg Institute, together with its academic cooperation partners (Africa University, Great Zimbabwe University and Midlands State University) under the Zimbabwe Human Rights Capacity Development Programme 2016-2018, recently concluded a two-day workshop on human rights research … Continue reading » ““Wear a Dress, Keep Clean, Keep Your Legs Together””Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute attended the World Human Rights Cities Forum 2017 in Gwangju, South Korea this past week.
The Institute has been working with the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL), as well as the municipality of … Continue reading » “Human Rights Cities on the Agenda in South Korea”Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” we feature a live recording from our recent commemoration of Raoul Wallenberg here in Lund. And as part of that commemoration, we invited two women from a small town in southern Sweden … Continue reading » “Asylum Seekers, Volunteers and Inclusion in Sweden: A Discussion”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute recently held a gender and law training program in Turkey. Twenty young female law students in their third and fourth years of law from fourteen faculties across Turkey participated in the course.
The students focused on … Continue reading » ““More Powerful as a Woman and a Student of Law””Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” we come to you from the middle of the Baltic Sea. We’re on the small island of Gotland in Sweden where there’s an annual political gathering called Almedalen. The week-long event … Continue reading » ““Ten Youth Closely Affiliated to Our Programs Were Shot To Death””Continue readingMore Tag
In the latest episode of our podcast “On Human Rights” from Almedalen, we’re speaking to Tove Dahlgren. She is the head of the educational department for a foundation called Allbright. Allbright is a politically independent, non-profit foundation that promotes equality … Continue reading » “How Can Swedish Companies Put More Women in Management”Continue readingMore Tag
Gender stereotypes and norms are root causes of societal inequalities and gender-based discrimination, which in turn can translate into shunted life experiences and very serious life situations. These can include, but are not limited to gender-based poverty and violence, unequal … Continue reading » “Promoting Gender Equality: Methods, Results & Lessons Learned”Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” RWI’s Senior Researcher Alejandro Fuentes interviews Professor Tove H. Malloy, who teaches at the Europa-Universität-Flensburg, Germany, and heads up the European Centre for Minority Issues’ research cluster Citizenship and Ethics.Continue readingMore Tag
Professor Nancy Dowd’s research focuses on social justice issues connected to family law, and touches also on juvenile law, constitutional law, race and gender analysis, and social change theories.
In this episode, she talks about her recent book, which … Continue reading » “What About Male Privilege?”Continue readingMore Tag