RWI’s Director Morten Kjaerum is giving a lecture on Wednesday, April 27 at the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul.
The lecture will be at 19.00 and is titled “Human Rights and the European Refugee Situation: What is at … Continue reading » “Morten Kjaerum to Speak About the Refugee Crisis in Istanbul”
RWI started cooperating with the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) in 2017 for the development and piloting of a human rights platform for policy and operational development at the local and regional levels in Sweden. RWI
In August 2023, Tanya Rahozina graduated with a Master’s in International Development and Management (LUMID) at Lund University. Her master’s thesis was based on fieldwork that she had conducted in The Gambia on the topic of Osusu, i.e., Gambian rotating … Continue reading » “Tanya Rahozina”
Dr. Pınar Sayan is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Beykoz University and Scholar at Istanbul Political Research Institute. She is a recipient of the Jean Monnet Scholarship, Humanity in Action Pat Cox Fellowship, … Continue reading » “Congratulations to our 2022 Martin Alexandersson Scholarship Recipient – Pinar Sayan”
During two days in September 2020, in relation to the United Nation’s International Day of Democracy, The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sida, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law as well as a number of other … Continue reading » “Shrinking Civic Space: The Role of Civil Society Organisations”
In 2018 as part of a research project co-funded by SU Gender, Research Worldwide Istanbul and Raoul Wallenberg Institute – we conducted 15 expert interviews with individuals who have undertaken gender equality actions in eight universities. We also organized … Continue reading » “Türkiye’de Yükseköğretim Kurumlarında Toplumsal Cinsiyet Eşitliği Mekanizmaları: Bir Temel Değerlendirme (Gender Equality Mechanisms in Turkey’s Higher Education: A Baseline Assessment)”
According to the latest Global Gender Gap Report released by the World Economic Forum, Turkey is the 130th out of 149 countries in terms of the gender gap in political representation, and ranks lowest on gender equality among the … Continue reading » “Women’s Political Participation in Turkey: Female Members of District Municipal Councils”
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