Along with our partner universities in Zimbabwe* we offer a Summer School on Human Rights from 3-14 July 2023.
What you will learn
The programme will cover foundational human rights knowledge, with lectures on topics such as the origins of … Continue reading » “Enroll today: Join the Summer School in July” Continue readingMore Tag
Siranush Grigoryan and Tamar Tagagari, two talented changemakers from Armenia and Georgia, got the opportunity to meet in Lund in June 2022. Tamar and Siranush were among the participants of the Swedish Institute for Young Professionals (SAYP) ‘Perspectives on … Continue reading » “Supporting women displaced from armed conflicts to enter the labor market in Armenia and Georgia.” Continue readingMore Tag
In December last year, young activists from Albania and Kosovo gathered in Tirana to learn about the concept of human rights cities. Their workshop was organized by Adela Hodaj and Erblina Selmanaj, participants as of the Swedish Academy for Young … Continue reading » “Youth Participation: Human Rights Cities Concept” Continue readingMore Tag
In Harare, RWI collaborated with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to host the National International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Moot Court Competition. This is a recurring competition which aims to give students the opportunity to not only study … Continue reading » “Moot Competitions: “I have done them all!”” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Harare and five academic partner universities run the 2022 Summer School on Human Rights together.
During two weeks, students get together at the College of Business, Peace, Leadership, and Governance at Africa University in Mutare, … Continue reading » “Zimbabwe: Summer School on Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag
The enabling and practice of scientific freedom and responsibility benefits not only scientists and policymakers but also benefits us all. However, unless the status of scientific freedom and responsibility are acknowledged as a human right, it won’t be possible to … Continue reading » “Gain New Human Rights Knowledge: Join the first MOOC on Science and Human rights” Continue readingMore Tag
We are happy to welcome and to introduce our Wallenberg Chair Thérèse Murphy who will be with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute until August 2024.
Murphy is a professor of law and director of the Health & Human Rights Unit at … Continue reading » “Wallenberg Chair: Welcoming Thérèse Murphy” Continue readingMore Tag
On the occasion of the release of ‘The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution’ we met with its editor, Dr. James Tsabora, to discuss the process that led to the writing of this interesting publication.
Dr. Tsabora is a qualified lawyer … Continue reading » “Meet the Editor: James Tabora on The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution” Continue readingMore Tag