This mapping study report examines the current state of human rights education and research in Ukraine vis-a-vis the ongoing war. Focusing on the pilot group of eight major schools of law in the country, the report provides an overview of … Continue reading » “Ukraine Mapping Report”Continue readingMore Tag
The Second Revised Edition of – Selected Aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration of Rights – edited by Admark Moro, examines the nature and scope of the selected aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration … Continue reading » “Selected Aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration of Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution – edited by Dr. James Tsabora, aims to provide an insight on the performance of the Zimbabwe judiciary, based on its jurisprudence, in its interpretation of the new national Constitution.
The book is concerned … Continue reading » “The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution”Continue readingMore Tag
This book, edited by Morten Kjaerum and Martha F. Davis, looks at human rights, poverty, and inequality as a metonym for current and future challenges with regard to Sustainable Development Goals.
Contributors to the book cover many topics and thematic … Continue reading » “Research Handbook on Human Rights and Poverty”Continue readingMore Tag
COVID-19 and Human Rights – edited by Morten Kjaerum, Martha F. Davis, and Amanda Lyons – contains a series explorations into COVID-19 and its effects on human rights on a global scale. The book’s scope is wide, going from discussing … Continue reading » “COVID-19 and Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
This report is based on research conducted in the context of the project ‘ClimMobil – Judicial and policy responses to climate change-related mobility in the European Union with a focus on Austria and Sweden’ (KR18AC0K14747) funded by the Austrian Climate … Continue reading » “Disaster-related displacement into Europe: Judicial practice in Austria and Sweden”Continue readingMore Tag
This report is a result of a study of Human Rights Cities and SDGs in the Asia region in 2019. The study investigates the process of adoption and institutionalization of the Human Rights City concept, and the challenges of realizing … Continue reading » “Human Rights Cities and SDGs in the Asia region in 2019”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) Regional Asia Pacific office officially launched a handbook for cities on localising human rights in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This handbook was developed in collaboration with … Continue reading » “Localising Human Rights in The Context of SDGs : A handbook for Cities”Continue readingMore Tag
In international law, new norms can emerge through the identification and development of effective practices. This article examines Swedish, Finnish and, less closely, other Nordic countries’ contributions to the slow process of norm emergence in relation to cross-border displacement in … Continue reading » “Nordic Norms, Natural Disasters, and International Protection”Continue readingMore Tag