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.
Every year we unite movies with human rights through panel discussions with international experts. During 2021, we will have an all-year around film festival with focus on the international United Nations (UN) days. The festival is organised by the … Continue reading » “Film Festival: International Day of the Girl Child”Continue readingMore Tag
Co-editors: Teresa Cappiali and Johanne Jean-Pierre
New deadline: Monday October 31st 2021
Transformative pedagogy: A practical toolkit for higher education teachers working in diverse settings
This call for papers is addressed to university instructors and professors who have explored … Continue reading » “Call for Papers for an Edited Book on Transformative Pedagogy”Continue readingMore Tag
We are presenting the new toolkit “The challenges and promises of intersectionality in Morocco” (“les défis et les promesses de intersectionalité au Maroc”; “تحديات ووعود التَّقَاطُعِيَّة في المغرب”), by Teresa Cappiali and Maha Tazi, developed with NGOs in Morocco and … Continue reading » “New Tool-Kit: The Challenges and Promises of Intersectionality in Morocco”Continue readingMore Tag
This month we highlight the International day of Democracy that falls on the 15th of September.
If you are interested in learning more about democratisation and autocratisation this is what Lena, out librarian at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute recommends you … Continue reading » “Learn with Lena: Book Tips on Democracy”Continue readingMore Tag
As the first part of a new interview-series, the RWI Phnom Penh Office spoke with the Swedish ambassador to Cambodia about the present and future of Cambodia-Swedish relations.
In light of the closure of the Swedish embassy in Phnom Penh … Continue reading » “New Interview Series from the Phnom Penh Office: The Swedish Ambassador to Cambodia”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the Swedish Institute Against Corruption invite you to a two-week online course on the nexus between corruption and human rights.
When: 11-22 October 2021 Where: Online on Zoom and Canvas Apply by: October 1
Together with Åland Peace Institute, The Galaxy Fund for Social Projects and the Norwegian Center for Human Rights, we have undertaken a project on models of cooperation between civil society organisations and local authorities for the localisation of the SDGs. … Continue reading » “Making SDGs a Reality on the Local Level”Continue readingMore Tag