Meet Dararoth Ke. Since 2014, Dararoth has assisted RWI as a programme officer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He believes his experience growing up in a remote village in Cambodia, where people are not always taught their human rights, … Continue reading » “How Working in Human Rights is Personal for RWI Staff”Continue readingMore Tag
Richard Falk is an international law and international relations scholar who taught at Princeton University for forty years. For a six year period beginning in 2008, he served as a United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights … Continue reading » “Richard Falk on Human Rights, Vietnam, Israel and the UN: A Life in International Law”Continue readingMore Tag
Luisa Teresa Hedler Ferreira is one of roughly 40 students to have entered the competitive Master’s programme in International Human Rights Law in Lund. The programme which combines the resources of both the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and … Continue reading » ““Many Don’t Know The Law Is There to Back Them Up””Continue readingMore Tag
Photo credits: Ricardo’s Photography Flickr stream of the Afghanistan countryside
Dr. Mohamed Musa Mahmodi, the Executive Director of the Afghanistan Human Rights Commission, will be on the panel.
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is organizing a side event in Geneva today … Continue reading » “RWI to Hold Side Event at 29th ICC Meeting”Continue readingMore Tag
The law firm Mannheimer Swartling and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute just wrapped up a week-long human rights seminar in Stockholm. The aim of the project is to support lawyers around the world who are working to strengthen the protection of … Continue reading » “Vietnamese Lawyer Talks About Protecting Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
Dr. Mark Gibney, the Raoul Wallenberg Visiting Professor of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at RWI just released a second edition of his book “International Human Rights Law: Returning to Universal Principles”.
In the book, Gibney critiques a … Continue reading » “RWI Visiting Professor Mark Gibney Releases New Book”Continue readingMore Tag
My name is Manza Arthur and I’m a final year student at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. Despite my limited knowledge of the international world, as a young girl growing up in Ghana I … Continue reading » ““My Interest in International Human Rights Law Has Grown Over the Years””Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s two summer interns from Suffolk University Law School have been getting an opportunity to learn more about what it means to have a career in international human rights law. They are about to wrap up … Continue reading » “Learning About What it Means to Have a Career in International Human Rights Law”Continue readingMore Tag