A NEW EU BUSINESS MODEL?
Responsible and sustainable value chains are moving up the EU policy agenda. With its Green Deal adopted in 2019 the EU aims at a more sustainable growth model and in early 2021 the EU put … Continue reading » “Webinar (III/III) recording: On the new EU Directive on Human Rights Due Diligence” Continue readingMore Tag
EU Summit Leaders reached a migration deal last night in Brussels. However many of the details are murky. Matthew Scott, head of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s People on the Move team, provides a quick take on the potential consequences … Continue reading » “These are the Potential Human Rights Implications of Last Night’s EU Deal on Migration” Continue readingMore Tag
By Olle Bergdahl Mjengwa
I have been very interested in the political situation in the Middle East for many years and after studying Arabic in Jordan for a semester I knew that I wanted hands on experience working with one … Continue reading » “An Intern Works With Human Rights in Amman” Continue readingMore Tag
Documenting and showcasing human rights was firmely on the agenda when I attended the 39th meeting of the European Co-ordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation (ECCHRD) last week.
Among the presentations of this year’s meeting, there was a … Continue reading » “How Librarians Work With Human Rights in Europe” Continue readingMore Tag
This week I wrapped up my four-month long internship in the Communications Department at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Lund, Sweden.
I started the internship with an open mind, excited for my first experience … Continue reading » “What a Human Rights Internship is All About” Continue readingMore Tag
Blog post by Behnam Nofar, intern at the Communications Department at RWI
I was introduced to an available position as a communications intern at RWI when I attended a UPF Networking Event some time ago. That was the start of … Continue reading » “The Calm Before the Storm” Continue readingMore Tag
LOVISA BECOMES LUBCAT
The Libraries at Lund University are changing library system. In June, a new library system, LUBcat, will replace our current system, Lovisa.
Lovisa will be shut down the 7th of June at 12:00 am and LUBcat will
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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