RWI’s director, Morten Kjaerum, recently delivered a keynote speech at the European Commission’s final conference on the FRAME project, which stands for Fostering Human Rights Among European Policies.
European Union (EU) officials, practitioners, academics and civil society … Continue reading » ““Navigating Human Rights in the Unknown World: A Compass for the EU”” Continue readingMore Tag
In early March, Ukrainian TV broadcaster Hromadske International interviewed Lyal S. Sunga, Visiting Professor at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, on the case Ukraine brought before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands against the Russian Federation.
Ukraine … Continue reading » “Lyal S. Sunga comments on the Ukraine vs. Russia-case at the ICJ” 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
Humanitarian visas can be highly effective and useful tools to ensure access to asylum for select groups of asylum-seekers with a need for international protection.
That is what Gregor Noll, Professor of International Law at the Faculty of Law … Continue reading » “Humanitarian Visas Key to Improving Europe’s Migration Crisis” Continue readingMore Tag
Vojin Dimitrijević managed the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights since he established it in 1995. He also held a number of international assignments, serving i.e. for many years as a member of the UN Human Rights Committee and published extensively.… Continue reading » “Our friend and former visiting professor Vojin Dimitrijević (81), passed away in Belgrade on Friday 5th October” Continue readingMore Tag