MEAL stands for ‘monitoring evaluation accountability and learning’. A MEAL officer tracks progress, assesses results, and suggests changes. A MEAL advisor can contribute to fostering change and helping the organisation develop and learn. At RWI, Hanna Johnsson, is the new … Continue reading » “The Year in Review 2020: New Position, New MEAL System”Continue readingMore Tag
Our work in Cambodia focuses on the young generation; future leaders and decision-makers in companies, politics, and in administration. To reach this group, we collaborate closely with universities, research centres, and judicial training academies.
“The programme adds great value in … Continue reading » “The Year in Review 2020: Cambodia – A New Director Takes the Lead”Continue readingMore Tag
2020 was an interesting year full of both challenges and accomplishments for all of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s programmes and programme offices. We talked to our new Director of the RWI Nairobi Office, Rakel Larsen, to learn about her journey … Continue reading » “RWI Africa Programmes: Our New Director Shares Highlights from 2020”Continue readingMore Tag
In Belarus, the regime silences and sanctions most human rights debates. Over the last 12 years, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute has aspired to engage individuals and communities on human rights issues to enable positive change gradually through dialogue instead of … Continue reading » “Belarus in Review: Summarising Ten Years of Activities”Continue readingMore Tag
Mission impossible: In 2021 RWI started the work to develop a strategic plan for the next five (22-26) years. How is this done in a time of such high volatility and uncertainty? Goals to realise five years from now in … Continue reading » “The Year In Review: The Director Looks Back at 2021”Continue readingMore Tag