“As long as humans are less than perfect, there will be a need for admitting failures, confessing sins, seeking and granting forgiveness”, says Antje Jackelén introducing her speech on Reconciliation – A Political Possibility for the Anna Lindh Lecture on … Continue reading » “Reconciliation: A Possibility and a Must”Continue readingMore Tag
Join us in the Lund University Auditorium, Main University Building and listen to and meet Antje Jackelén! Dr. Antje Jackelén was the Archbishop and Primate of the Church of Sweden 2014-2022 and prior to that Bishop of the Diocese of … Continue reading » “Anna Lindh Lecture: Meet ANTJE JACKELÉN – former Archbishop”Continue readingMore Tag
On the 7th and the 8th of September, RWI’s Director Morten Kjaerum, participated in a series of roundtable discussions organised by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) on the theme of ‘Putting human rights at the heart of … Continue reading » “Towards Collective Action”Continue readingMore Tag
On November 22, we hosted the last and fourth webinar in our series on Covid-19 and Human RIghts, based on the book edited by Morten Kjaerum, Amanda Lyons and Martha. Davis.
We focused on what the building blocks will be … Continue reading » “How Human Rights Can Contribute to Building Forward Fairer”Continue readingMore Tag
RWI is pleased to present the Human Rights Paper Series I – a collection of nine essays on the topic of local governance and human rights. The essays were originally presented at the 10th World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) … Continue reading » “Human Rights Paper Series I – Essays on Local Governance, Sustainable Development and Human Rights from the 10th WHRCF”Continue readingMore Tag
As we’ve reported earlier, the new Swedish National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) will be placed in Lund. This is something that we at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute is very happy about.
Our Director Morten Kjaerum has vast experience from National … Continue reading » “NHRIs: Director Morten Kjaerum on What They Do”Continue readingMore Tag
Vacancies for independent United Nations experts of the Human Rights Council, with extensive professional experience in human rights
Appointments to be made at the 46th session of the Human Rights Council (22 February – 19 March 2021)
Five unremunerated United … Continue reading » “Vacancies for Independent United Nations Experts of the Human Rights Council”Continue readingMore Tag