Open Panel Debate: Indigenous People’s struggles in South America

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Amnesty, Lund University and Laboratorio de imagem e som em antropolocia welcomed students and other interested people to listen to the panelists and to participate in the debate regarding ‘current opportunities and challenges in accommodating cultural diversity and social demands’. Mr. Rafael Numi Capra, Lawyer, University of Chile (Amnesty International) briefed…

Dr. Anja Matijkiw: A U.S. Fulbright Distinguished Chair of Public International Law

Dr. Anja Matwijkiw is, between 2019-2020, a candidate for the U.S. Fulbright Distinguished Chair of Public International Law. It is an award involving that Dr. Matwijkiw carries out research (80% of her time) and teaches (20% of her time), connected to the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human rights and Humanitarian Law and Lund University Faculty…

Sharing Experiences and Perspectives on the Connetion Between Human Rights and E-Health

The connection between human rights and eHealth was at the heart of the discussions during early October, when a group of researchers and representatives from the Ministry of Health from Belarus visited the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund. During 2019 the group has worked on an applied research project regarding the human rights implications of…

Senegal Research

Call for Proposals from Senegal: Migration and International Law in West Africa

In French below: Applications to receive research support are now open to researchers based in Senegal. The object of the proposals must be migration and international law. Both ‘migration’ and ‘international law’ are interpreted broadly. The discipline used to approach the issue of migration and international law does not need to be legal, but may…