The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI), China Dialogue Trust and the Faculty of Law at University of Nairobi are pleased to invite you to attend the webinar Climate Justice, Grassroots Activism and Human Rights Law
Join us for a seminar on the role of research in the advancement of human rights in Armenia. Meet and interact with peers, learn about recent collaborative research findings and policy recommendations as well as engage in discussions on international … Continue reading » “International Seminar: The Role of Research in the Advancement of Human Rights in Armenia”Continue readingMore Tag
Join us on December 10, Human Rights Day, on Zoom. We will dedicate this round-table to talking about the Last Concentration Camp of Europe.
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This fourth webinar in our series will focus on what the building blocks will be for building forward fairer and strengthening democratic institutions as the pandemic continues.
Measures introduced across continents to fight the COVID-19 pandemic have strengthened authoritarianism, populism, … Continue reading » “Webinar Covid-19 & Human Rights: How Human Rights can contribute to building forward fairer”Continue readingMore Tag
Join our webinars on Covid-19 and human rights. The editors of the book [add link] will moderate these three webinars; Morten Kjaerum, Martha Davis and Amanda Lyons. The webinars are arranged by RWI, Northeastern Law School, University of Minnesota Human … Continue reading » “Autumn Webinar Series: Covid-19 and Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to evolve into a protracted public health crisis. We will discuss: what should governments and policymakers be doing to better address economic, social, and cultural rights?
We will also discuss, as “pandemic fatigue” kicks in, whether … Continue reading » “Webinar: [Covid and Human Rights] Economic, social and cultural rights”Continue readingMore Tag
This webinar will address how, as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to evolve, social and economic inequalities have contributed to its complexity. We will discuss what governments and policy-makers should do to better address the vulnerabilities of the most marginalised groups. … Continue reading » “Webinar: Covid-19 – Vulnerabilities and Inequality”Continue readingMore Tag
The Covid-19 vaccine is the key to renewing the art of the handshake, to listening to live music, to travel, and not least, getting millions of people back to earning an income.The development of effective vaccines has been a… Continue reading » “Covid-19 Vaccines for the Few: How to Ensure the Right to Health for All?” Continue readingMore Tag
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the world faces a crisis of poverty that has been severely aggravated over the past fifteen months. Years of work eradicating extreme poverty has been brushed away on all continents. Responding to this crisis will be … Continue reading » “Almedalen Online: Inequality is a Human Rights Issue”Continue readingMore Tag