Tobias Hübinette is a lecturer in intercultural studies at Karlstad University and the main author of the report on afrophobia requested by the Swedish Government in 2013. One of his research areas is critical race theories and Hübinette is a … Continue reading » ““Equality Data Vital to Assess and Combat Discrimination””Continue readingMore Tag
Alejandro Fuentes, a senior researcher at RWI, has written a research brief, a summary of a larger research paper that he first presented at the 12th Annual European Society of International Law (ESIL) Conference on “How International Law … Continue reading » “New Research Brief: Indigenous Peoples’ Right to Land”Continue readingMore Tag
Helena Reisdahl, a social worker with broad experience of working with issues related to women’s rights, went to Ethipia on a Minor Field Study grant from the RWI to find out what it would take to have more girls … Continue reading » “Helena Reisdahl Presents her Study on Education in Ethiopia”Continue readingMore Tag
RWI’s director, Morten Kjaerum, recently spoke at the Connecting Law and Memory conference in Mechelen, Belgium.
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What would it take to get more girls to complete primary education in Ethiopia?
That’s what Helena Reisdahl, an RWI Minor Field Study grant holder, went to Ethiopia to investigate.
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute … Continue reading » “Asking Mothers of the Next Generation What to Do”Continue readingMore Tag
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The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law has launched a new initiative aimed to help community-based organizations increase political participation of refugees and marginalized groups in … Continue reading » “New Inclusion Academy Launched”Continue readingMore Tag
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The Lund City municipal council voted today to start a cooperation with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law to bring the municipality one step closer to becoming Sweden’s first human … Continue reading » “Lund Can Become Sweden’s First Human Rights City”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) have started a cooperation on human rights in Swedish municipalities and regions.
The Swedish Human Rights City Project aims to set out standards for … Continue reading » “Swedish Human Rights City Project Underway”Continue readingMore Tag
RWI Senior Researcher Alejandro Fuentes recently wrote a research brief proposing a critical legal analysis of the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights regarding indigenous peoples’ rights to lands, participation, and consultation.
This summary proposes a critical legal … Continue reading » “New Research Brief on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Lands”Continue readingMore Tag