Ahead of the World Human Rights Cities Forum 2021 (7-10th of October) we talked to Morten Kjaerum and Helena Olsson about their thoughts and hopes for the event.
We are calling for papers written under the theme of
Human Rights Cities’ Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Localisation of Human Rights-Based Solutions for the Development of Inclusive Societies
The deadline for the abstract submission is August 8th (Sunday), 2021.… Continue reading » “Call for papers: World Human Rights Cities Forum”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
Democracy and human rights are under pressure in many countries. Even in Sweden, we must do more to guarantee human rights to everyone and to not take democracy for granted.
Today is the UN’s International Democracy Day.
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Therefore, today, we
Human Rights Cities and Sustainable Development: Historical Developments and Current Challenges in building Inclusive, Sustainable and Climate-Resilient Cities for the Future
The City of Gwangju in South Korea is hosting the 10th World Human Rights Cities Forum in collaboration with … Continue reading » “Call for Papers: World Human Rights Cities Forum”Continue readingMore Tag
Local Governments, Human Rights and Sustainable Development: Reimagining Human Rights Cities
The City of Gwangju is hosting the 9th World Human Rights Cities Forum, 30th September – 3rd October 2019. Since it was first held in 2011, World Human Rights … Continue reading » “Call for Papers: The 9th World Human Right Cities Forum”Continue readingMore Tag
The Human Rights Cities Network will mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by launching their online platform to the public today.
The network aims to provide a place for people to connect and promotes the … Continue reading » “New Human Rights Cities Network Launched”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law participated recently in the World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) in South Korea.Continue readingMore Tag
The World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) is taking place this week in Gwangju, South Korea. The Raoul Wallenberg Institute has been working with the human rights cities concept for a number of years.
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WHRCF writes that “A Human Rights