Sebnem Kenis joined RWI in 2016 as Programme Officer responsible for gender mainstreaming and results-based management in RWI’s Turkey Human Rights Capacity Development Programme. In 2018, she was appointed as the Gender and Human Rights Advisor and began working with … Continue reading » “Sebnem Kenis”Continue readingMore Tag
Siena has joined RWI as guest scholar in Lund. Her specialization is in human rights and technology.
Siena is currently undertaking research on the impact of digital transnational repression on immigrant and refugee communities in Canada. The growth of digital … Continue reading » “Siena Anstis”Continue readingMore Tag
Isabelle Berggren is a Visiting Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law during February to May 2022. She holds a law degree from Umeå University in Sweden and is currently employed as a PhD student … Continue reading » “Isabelle Berggren”Continue readingMore Tag
Benjamin Gregg is Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin where he teaches social and political theory, as well as bioethics, informed by philosophy and sociology, in Texas but also in Germany (Frankfurt/Oder), Austria (Linz and Innsbruck), … Continue reading » “Benjamin Gregg”Continue readingMore Tag