A NEW EU BUSINESS MODEL?
Responsible and sustainable value chains are moving up the EU policy agenda. With its Green Deal adopted in 2019 the EU aims at a more sustainable growth model and in early 2021 the EU put … Continue reading » “Webinar (III/III) recording: On the new EU Directive on Human Rights Due Diligence” Continue readingMore Tag
EU Summit Leaders reached a migration deal last night in Brussels. However many of the details are murky. Matthew Scott, head of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s People on the Move team, provides a quick take on the potential consequences … Continue reading » “These are the Potential Human Rights Implications of Last Night’s EU Deal on Migration” Continue readingMore Tag
It has been 50 years since Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme first held a summer-speech in Almedalen, Sweden in 1968, thereby establishing Sweden’s — and one of the world’s — most important democratic meeting places. This year, the Raoul Wallenberg … Continue reading » “Reasons to Fixate on Human Rights at Almedalen” Continue readingMore Tag
Humanitarian groups report that children as young as nine are risking their lives in desperate attempts to reach Europe.
Solving the increased influx of refugees is getting even more challenging since the coup in Turkey 2016 and the Turkish President … Continue reading » “The EU as a Force for Good in Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag
RWI Director Morten Kjaerum joins the likes of Tawakkol Karman, winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, and Adama Dieng, UN’s Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, as a contributing author to the current issue of … Continue reading » “The Role of the UN in the Realization of Human Rights” Continue readingMore Tag
Jonas Grimheden talked about the European Union’s counter-terrorism policies and their implications for human rights recently at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
As Senior Policy Manager at the Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), a decentralised center of fundamental rights expertise for the … Continue reading » “Human Rights are Part of the Solution to Terrorism” Continue readingMore Tag
Join a discussion with Jonas Grimheden on 27 January about the human rights implications of the European Union’s new instruments aimed at countering terrorism.
Jonas Grimheden is a Senior Policy Manager at the European Union’s human rights advisory body, the … Continue reading » “Open Lecture: “Anti-terrorism in the EU – a Human Rights Perspective”” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute hosted a panel discussion on April 6 about EU citizens of Roma origin that have migrated to Lund, Malmö and Copenhagen.
To understand the social, cultural and legal complexities of this phenomena, scholars from different disciplines, … Continue reading » “Panel Discussion on EU Citizens of Roma Origin” Continue readingMore Tag