The Raoul Wallenberg Institute welcomes you to the launch of the book “Rescuing Human Rights: A Radically Moderate Approach” by Hurst Hannum on May 28, 14.00-15-30.
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PhD Camilla Ida Ravnbøl from University of Copenhagen recently presented her main findings from her PhD thesis “Bottle Hunters: An Ethnography of Law and Life among Homeless Roma in Copenhagen.”
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Welcome to the UPF + RWI lecture / The Rohingya Crisis – A panel with Flemming Ytzen and Tun Khin, on April 17th!
Since 2012, the Rohingya minority in Myanmar experienced oppression and persecution, leading to one of the … Continue reading » “UPF & RWI Lecture / The Rohingya Crisis” Continue readingMore Tag
Presentation: Working towards enhanced enjoyment of Constitutional rights in Zimbabwe
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute invites you to a casual gathering on Wednesday 10th April at the reading room at the Library in Lund.
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The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is co-organising a side event at the 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council this Friday in Geneva. The event will evaluate the progress, opportunities and challenges for local promotion of human rights.
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Why are relations between the International Criminal Court (ICC) and African states so tense? There are a range of legal and political reasons for the confusion and uneasy interaction between these two entities. Dr. Charles Chernor Jalloh will speak about … Continue reading » “UPF & RWI Lecture / The Relation Between Africa and the ICC” Continue readingMore Tag
Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, has been named the 14th annual Anna Lindh speaker. On March 18, she will give a speech titled “Democracy and Power in a Brave New World: Economy, Technology and Human Rights”.… Continue reading » “The Woman Who is Taking on the Tech Giants” Continue readingMore Tag
Tickets are now on sale for the fourth Swedish Human Rights Film Festival. It will take place in Lund from March 20-24, 2019.
Above all, you should buy your tickets here now before they sell out!
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