The Swedish Forum for Human Rights (MR-Dagarna) is the largest venue of its kind in the Nordic countries and is this year addressing human rights from a more uncommon angle – violence.
This year’s theme incorporates different aspects of violence, … Continue reading » “RWI on the Right to a Life Without Violence ” Continue readingMore Tag
December 9 marked the International Anti-Corruption day. This year, the UN highlighted the $1 trillion paid yearly in bribes and the estimated $2.6 trillion stolen annually through corruption – a sum equivalent to more than 5 percent of the global … Continue reading » “The Corruption Crusader Urges Zero Tolerance on Gifts” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is currently attending and one of the main organizers of the Swedish Forum for Human Rights in Jönköping. This blog post is written by Sandra Jakobsson, who works with communications at RWI.
Five boys, around 15 … Continue reading » ““Who Was Raoul Wallenberg and Why is He a Human Rights Protector?”” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute will hold a number of seminars and discussions at the Swedish Forum for Human Rights (MR Dagarna) in Jönköping next week, from anti-corruption work to what it means to be a human rights city. The institute … Continue reading » “Anti-Corruption, Climate Migration & Human Rights Cities at MR Dagarna” Continue readingMore Tag
The Swedish Forum for Human Rights will take place in Gothenburg on November 9 and 10. It is the largest human rights venue in Scandinavia, and this year’s theme is racism. The Institute is one of the organizers, and will … Continue reading » “The Current Struggle of the African and Afro-descendant Diaspora” Continue readingMore Tag