“It is by working with others that change comes about”
After the panel discussion on March 21st, we continued the conversation on racial discrimination issues with Paul Lappalainen, American lawyer and member of the European Network of experts in… Continue reading » “Racial Discrimination in Sweden: Legal Perspectives and Civil Society Involvement” Continue readingMore Tag
Listen to our latest On Human Rights Podcast with Petra Tötterman Andorff, Secretary General of the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.
How can citizens tell that their city strives to be a human rights city?
Our podcast “On Human Rights” is happy to present the second episode in our two part special on Human Rights Cities. This episode features senior researcher
“On Human Rights” is happy to present a two part special on the topic of human rights cities. Human Rights Cities is a growing concept and movement that anchors human rights in cities and local context – in the daily
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Dennis Mungo, the executive Director of Youth Alive Kenya, a youth led non-governmental organisation that advocates for and supports youth participation in development processes. We discussed his work … Continue reading » “Podcast: “Nothing for Us, Without Us!” – On Youth Inclusion”Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest episode of On Human Rights we spoke with Sam Fraser, the 2020 recipient of the Martin Alexanderson scholarship. We discussed his research regarding informal Roma settlements in Romania, the circumstances of how they came to be, and … Continue reading » ““We have nowhere else to go” – On Informal Roma Settlements”Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest podcast episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Lisa Laskaridis about UN75, human rights and how one voice can make a difference. Lisa Laskaridis is the Public Information Officer at United Nations and Head of … Continue reading » “Podcast: UN75 – How One Voice Can Make a Difference”Continue readingMore Tag