The climate crisis has become one of the greatest human rights challenges of our time. It threatens lives and livelihoods. It worsens inequalities and deepens precarity. Adapting to climate change is no longer a choice. It is a necessity. States, … Continue reading » “Connecting the Dots Between Climate Change and Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
RWI is seeking an expert consultant for RWI’s Blended Learning Course on Human Rights and the Environment/Climate Change, targeting Judges, National Human Rights Institutions and Public Prosecutors.
The vision of the Institute is just and inclusive societies … Continue reading » “Call for applications: Expert Consultant for RWI’s Blended Learning Course on Human Rights and the Environment/Climate Change, targeting Judges, National Human Rights Institutions and Public Prosecutors”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law recently held the third phase of a course on Human Rights, Gender Equality and Environment/Climate Change in the Framework of the SDGs in South Asia. Participants from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri … Continue reading » “Less Blame, More Partnership”Continue readingMore Tag
Sokseila Bun has been working at RWI’s Phnom Penh Office since 2013. We met to find out more about his work at RWI.
Bun didn’t plan to work in human rights and initially studied business but his first job at … Continue reading » “Normalising Human Rights Education in Cambodia”Continue readingMore Tag
Sabastian Saragih is a Programme Officer for the Regional Asia programme based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He joined RWI in March of 2018.
He has been working in the development sector for more than twenty years in the areas of human … Continue reading » “Education is the Key, Says Saragih”Continue readingMore Tag