RWI recently supported a group of Chinese researchers to pay a visit to Stockholm on the topic of anti-discrimination in employment.
During the two and half day visit, researchers held in-depth discussions and exchanges with both government institutions and civil … Continue reading » “Chinese Researchers Look at Anti-discrimination in Employment” Continue readingMore Tag
With support from RWI, a group of 15 researchers recently gathered in Hong Kong for an introductory training course on disability rights and equality.
The training was part of a larger project, managed by Wuhan University Public Interest and Development … Continue reading » ““Disability is Still Very Invisible in China Today”” Continue readingMore Tag
Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Löfven visited the Beijing field office of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law on 27 March. He met with Merethe Borge MacLeod, the head of RWI’s Beijing field office, as well as … Continue reading » “Swedish Prime Minister visits RWI in China” Continue readingMore Tag
RWI and Peking University Law School’s Research Centre for Human Rights held its annual graduation ceremony on 3 March 2015 for 29 students who have finished the yearlong human rights master programme.
“The programme is the most comprehensive taught human … Continue reading » “New batch of human rights students graduate in Beijing” Continue readingMore Tag