Why Environmental Displacement Affects Us All

Once, Hélène Ragheboom spent long nights studying in the library at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund. She wrote papers, prepared for moot court competitions, and ultimately earned her Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law from Lund University. Later, she finished a PhD at University of Luxembourg, and she has now published her first…

Jason Squire

Building Relationships and Momentum for Change

Jason Squire worked as a police officer in South Australia. Later, he uncovered mass graves as an investigator of crimes against humanity. He then moved into the children’s rights field. Six months ago, he joined the Raoul Wallenberg Institute as Director of the Regional Asia Office in Jakarta, Indonesia. Basically, one thing led to another…

Call for Applications: National Researchers and a Editor for Regional Asia

Regional Asia Programme on Human Rights and Sustainable Development (2017-2021) The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is looking to procure a handful of national researchers and an editor for the Thematic Study on the right to safe, clean and sustainable environment in ASEAN.  The programme “Regional Asia Programme on Human Rights and Sustainable Development (2017-2021)”, with collaboration with…