The two-day conference “The Nature of Peace: Exploring links between the natural environment and peacebuilding in post-conflict societies” recently took place in Lund.
“This conference was organized as a final event in which the interdisciplinary research group ‘The Nature of … Continue reading » “Deep Exploration on Peace and Conflict” Continue readingMore Tag
Tina Askanius is a media scholar and a researcher in media and communication studies. She’ll participate in the Q&A session after “Golden Dawn Girls,” which will be screened at the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival on Sunday.
She … Continue reading » “The Promotional Tactics of Neo-Nazi Groups and Extreme Far Right Parties” Continue readingMore Tag
Collective bargaining, workplace regulation and labour rights. In an evolving world, these areas are challenges for the world’s workers. How are we to handle an ageing population and a complex interplay – and often tension – between regulation at different … Continue reading » “Panel Debate: Workers’ Rights in an Evolving World of Work” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is hosting a discussion on 9 May that examines the economic challenges, inequities and structural economic obstacles that hinder the realization of human rights.
The discussion, “The Transnational Struggle for Economic Justice,” features scholars from the … Continue reading » “The Transnational Struggle for Economic Justice” Continue readingMore Tag