This publication introduces readers to the “Indicators of Human Rights Cities”, produced under the “Human Rights City Project”, which is jointly initiated by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law … Continue reading » “Human Rights Cities Indicators”Continue readingMore Tag
This report presents key, human rights-based, insights from a pilot study examining national legal and policy responses to COVID-19. The study was carried out by RWI researchers in collaboration with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The … Continue reading » ““Pandemic preparedness and response: National COVID-19 Law and Policy in Human rights perspective””Continue readingMore Tag
All national law and policy reports from the regional thematic study on displacement in the context of disasters and climate change in ten countries across Asia and the Pacific.Continue readingMore Tag
Dr. Matthew Scott, head of our thematic area People on the Move, has published an edited volume on the topic of internal displacement.
This book examines how states in eight countries across Asia and the Pacific address internal displacement in … Continue reading » “Climate Change, Disasters and Internal Displacement in Asia and the Pacific: A Human Rights-Based Approach”Continue readingMore Tag
Authors of the information brochure “Gender and Law: First Experience of Teaching in Belarus” are delighted to share the results of their work in developing, implementing and teaching gender and law courses. We hope that this brochure will be interesting … Continue reading » “Gender and law: first experience of teaching in Belarus (English)”Continue readingMore Tag
The authors of this brochure “Gender and Law: The First Teaching Experience” are pleased to share the results of their work on the development, implementation and teaching methods of courses on gender and law. We hope that the brochure … Continue reading » “Гендер и право: первый опыт разработки и преподавания”Continue readingMore Tag
When responses to international crimes are managed in terms of post-conflict justice, this event may end ‘the demarcation debate’ before it has begun, thereby rendering it superfluous among legal scholars. This is to say that the transition from … Continue reading » “The Dangers of the Obvious but Often Disregarded Details in the International Criminal Law Demarcation Debate: Norm-Integration and the Triple-Thesis ‘Argument’”Continue readingMore Tag