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On March 21st The Raoul Wallenberg together with Kino organised the second event of the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival. We marked the … Continue reading » “Racial discrimination in Sweden and the United States – March 21 Follow up content” Continue readingMore Tag
Professor Gina Herrmann is a Norman H Brown, Jr. Faculty Fellow at the University of Oregon. She is a scholar of Spanish literature and culture, Holocaust studies, leftist studies, and oral history. She serves as the interim director of the … Continue reading » “Congratulations to our 2021 Martin Alexandersson Scholarship Recipient – Gina Herrmann” Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest podcast episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Sabira Coelho about the topic of the right of people that are, and can potentially be, displaced in the context of the Pacific region.
The Raoul … Continue reading » “Podcast: Climate Change Is Our Reality” Continue readingMore Tag
In this episode of “On Human Rights,” we have an interview from the recent Nature of Peace conference at Lund University. Our senior researcher Alejandro Fuentes interviews Carl Bruch. He’s a senior attorney and director of international programs at … Continue reading » “What The Environment Has To Do With Peacebuilding” Continue readingMore Tag
We are interviewing experts from around the world for our podcast series on blockchain and human rights. It is an in-depth exploration of the potential uses of blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, to improve our enjoyment of … Continue reading » “Removing the Middleman: Blockchain and Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag
In western countries, people of African Descent are the most targeted group when it comes to violent hate crimes and discrimination. In this podcast we sat down to discuss and learn more about a UN platform that aims to combat … Continue reading » “The Decade: A Vehicle to Combat Anti-Black Racism” 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
We are launching a new podcast series, “Human Rights and Blockchain.” It will be an in-depth exploration of the potential uses of blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, to improve our enjoyment of human rights.
First out of … Continue reading » “Can Blockchain Technology Improve Your Human Rights?” Continue readingMore Tag