The Raoul Wallenberg Institute cooperates with two universities in Cambodia, both with libraries with human rights material. RWI librarian Karl Adam Tiderman went to Cambodia last week to meet with representatives from these libraries to follow up on what has … Continue reading » “Increasing the Awareness of Human Rights Literature in Cambodia”Continue readingMore Tag
This interview is an excerpt from the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s recently published “Developing a Human Rights Library” resource.
Amani Hamarsheh has worked as a librarian at the University of Jordan Library in Amman for ten years. She has … Continue reading » ““A Librarian Can Promote Human Rights””Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute has published a unique, free resource to help library staff around the world work with human rights in a library setting. It’s open-source and available for download today.
The 130-page “Developing a Human Rights Library” resource … Continue reading » “Learn how to develop a human rights library today”Continue readingMore Tag