Nätverket för en svensk Människorättsinstitution. Till samtliga remissinstanser
Med anledning av promemorian ”Förslag till en nationell institution för mänskliga rättigheter i Sverige” Ds 2019:4
Nätverket för en svensk Människorättsinstitution är ett nätverk av organisationer i civilsamhället som … Continue reading » “Civil Society Network Opinion on the Proposals for a Swedish NHRI (SWE)” Continue readingMore Tag
RWI visiting professor, Brian Burdekin will be giving an open lecture on September 30th. He will consider recent developments in protecting human rights throughout Asia. This is an area in which Burdekin has been heavily involved, advising governments and civil … Continue reading » “Giving Teeth to International Human Rights Treaties in Asia: National Human Rights Commissions” Continue readingMore Tag
The Institute recently held a workshop in Malawi to enhance the capacity and role of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) to effectively fulfil their mandates in promoting and protecting human rights in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Malawi Human Rights Commission … Continue reading » “Enhancing NHRIs in Sub-Saharan Africa” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law is organizing a course on Human Rights and the Environment for Southeast Asian academics, funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation.
The initiative is carried out in the framework of … Continue reading » “Interested in Human Rights and the Environment? Apply Today.” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law recently launched its first course on human rights and the environment.
“The aim is to give National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and academics in Southeast Asia strengthened knowledge and capacities … Continue reading » “Human Rights and the Environment Course Launched” Continue readingMore Tag
Simon Karunagaram has worked with human rights in Malaysia for over 15 years, and now he will spend three months in Lund doing research on protection of the victims of human trafficking. Simon is one of four fellows from Asia … Continue reading » “When you do something good, you don’t have to get permission from anyone” Continue readingMore Tag
In cooperation with its partner, the Vietnamese Institute for Human Rights, the Institute has organized two training workshops on International Human Rights Law and the Role and Functions of National Human Rights Institutions. The workshops was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, … Continue reading » “Training workshops in Vietnam” Continue readingMore Tag
This manual is a joint publication developed by the Institute and the Asia Pacific Forum (APF), and it serves as a complement to the training courses on national inquiries that the Institute and APF are organising for NHRIs in Asia.… Continue reading » “New Manual on Conducting a National Inquiry into Systematic Patterns of Human Rights Violation” Continue readingMore Tag