The Fulbright Distinguished Scholar is co-hosted by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) and the Law Faculty at Lund University (LU). The aim is to promote collaboration between human rights scholars in the United States … Continue reading » “Award Activity: ‘Becoming a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar is a Unique Possibility’”Continue readingMore Tag
Empowering youth and working on issues relating to women’s rights are the passions Ms. Phearong Sdeung, the Executive Director of the Banteay Srei NGO, holds onto.
It was the RWI’s scholarship for the studies of International Human Rights Law at … Continue reading » “Individual Success Story- Ms Phearong Sdeung”Continue readingMore Tag
ELSA Lund is a local law student association specialising in international law and human rights. They offer, among other things, lectures, seminars and social events to meet like-minded law students. This week, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s headquarters welcomed a group … Continue reading » “Visiting students from Germany – ELSA & RWI”Continue readingMore Tag
Call for applications: Visiting Research Fellows in Human Rights
As part of its Human Rights Capacity Building Programme in China, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) hereby calls for applications from Chinese researchers and lecturers … Continue reading » “RWI China programme call for research fellowship applications”Continue readingMore Tag
James Tapiwanashe Trevor was one of the students receiving a scholarship allowing him to participate in the Master in Human Rights, Peace & Development at the Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. Only 13 out of 250 applicants were granted a spot. … Continue reading » “Winter School Training Zimbabwe: Putting Theory into Practice”Continue readingMore Tag
On the 29th of October, the Lund Disability Human Rights Clinic concluded its latest course for students at the Faculty of law at Lund University. Led by Anna Bruce, Senior Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, the Human Rights… Continue reading » “Human Rights Clinic Autumn 2021 – “Working with life changing cases”” Continue readingMore Tag
Young leaders from Sweden, the Baltics, and the Eastern Partnerships region united around human rights
What is SAYP?
The Swedish Institute Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP) helps develop a new generation of leaders – through networking and mutual learning. Young … Continue reading » “The Swedish Institute Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP)”Continue readingMore Tag
Every year we unite movies with human rights through panel discussions with international experts. During 2021, we will have an all-year around film festival with focus on the international United Nations (UN) days. The festival is organised by the … Continue reading » “Film Festival: International Day of the Girl Child”Continue readingMore Tag
We are presenting the new toolkit “The challenges and promises of intersectionality in Morocco” (“les défis et les promesses de intersectionalité au Maroc”; “تحديات ووعود التَّقَاطُعِيَّة في المغرب”), by Teresa Cappiali and Maha Tazi, developed with NGOs in Morocco and … Continue reading » “New Tool-Kit: The Challenges and Promises of Intersectionality in Morocco”Continue readingMore Tag