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 Worldwide) recently announced that the Master Programme in International Human Rights Law is one of the world’s best programmes in human rights.
For more than three decades, the Master of Laws in International Human Rights Law has been a cooperative venture of the Faculty of Law at Lund University and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
This makes it unique since no other LL.M programme offers the joint resources of a prestigious law school and a well-known implementation-oriented human rights institution. The programme was established by Göran Melander, one of the founders of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
The Master programme is unique since its close relationship with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute,
which is supporting us with scholarships, guest lecturers and future opportunities, says Karol Nowak, Director of the Master programme in International Human Rights Law
Karol Nowak, Director of the Master programme
As a lawyer, you have the power to make a great impact on the society, says Elina Hammarström, Master student and intern at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute
Elina Hammarström, Master student and intern
Many of the graduated students proceed their careers in the United Nations, Foreign Ministry and in NGO’s.
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