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Expanding the Boundaries of International Human Rights Law. The Systemic Approach of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

The Inter- American Court of Human Rights has developed an interpretative approach in recent years that considers all international instruments that deliver protection to human beings as part of the same legal system, that is, the corpus juris of international … Continue reading » “Expanding the Boundaries of International Human Rights Law. The Systemic Approach of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”

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Anti-Corruption and Human Rights – How to Become Mutually Reinforcing

The report builds upon the discussion, presentations, conclusions and recommendations drawn during a Roundtable 13-14 November in Lund. The Roundtable brought together 26 participants from the public and private sector, international and regional organisations including treaty bodies, academia and civil … Continue reading » “Anti-Corruption and Human Rights – How to Become Mutually Reinforcing”

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Roundtable on Anti-Corruption and Human Rights – How to become mutually reinforcing?

A recent roundtable held by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund, Sweden featured two days of discussions, study, and brainstorming on the connection between anti-corruption work and human rights.

Morten Kjaerum, Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute: “The goal of … Continue reading » “Roundtable on Anti-Corruption and Human Rights – How to become mutually reinforcing?”

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