Chen Ting Ting

Advice From Our Colleague in China

Our Senior Programme Officer in China, Chen Ting Ting, gave her colleagues at the institute some advice from her experience in Beijing in these difficult times with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).   Please see her best advice below: Limit time on media and social media about outbreak-related information if it escalates your anxiety or plants new worries and…

rewinds

New Times – A Letter From the Director

Dear all, The corona-virus has an impact on our health. The global economy is affected. And, what about human rights? What are the civil, political, economic and social rights dimensions of the current crisis? How does it impact gender equality and the protection of refugees and migrants? Like all institutions and organisations, RWI is affected…

“It Used to Burn Inside When I Thought of It and It Still Does”

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Michael McEachrane is a Visiting Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights. He has a PhD in Philosophy and his current research focus is on postcolonial/decolonial perspectives on human rights, structural racial discrimination and reparatory justice. Michael is a regular commentator on issues of race…

World’s Top Human Rights Programme

In today’s world, it’s essential to understand the overlapping legal frameworks and laws that affect human rights of people everywhere. We are therefore proud to present that Lund University’s Human Rights Master Programme, which the Raoul Wallenberg Institute closely collaborates with, is one of the world’s top programmes. The LLM Guide (Master of Laws Programs…