The Second Revised Edition of – Selected Aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration of Rights – edited by Admark Moro, examines the nature and scope of the selected aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration … Continue reading » “Selected Aspects of the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution and the Declaration of Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution – edited by Dr. James Tsabora, aims to provide an insight on the performance of the Zimbabwe judiciary, based on its jurisprudence, in its interpretation of the new national Constitution.
The book is concerned … Continue reading » “The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution”Continue readingMore Tag
This book, edited by Morten Kjaerum and Martha F. Davis, looks at human rights, poverty, and inequality as a metonym for current and future challenges with regard to Sustainable Development Goals.
Contributors to the book cover many topics and thematic … Continue reading » “Research Handbook on Human Rights and Poverty”Continue readingMore Tag
COVID-19 and Human Rights – edited by Morten Kjaerum, Martha F. Davis, and Amanda Lyons – contains a series explorations into COVID-19 and its effects on human rights on a global scale. The book’s scope is wide, going from discussing … Continue reading » “COVID-19 and Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) Regional Asia Pacific office officially launched a handbook for cities on localising human rights in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This handbook was developed in collaboration with … Continue reading » “Localising Human Rights in The Context of SDGs : A handbook for Cities”Continue readingMore Tag
This publication introduces readers to the “Indicators of Human Rights Cities”, produced under the “Human Rights City Project”, which is jointly initiated by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law … Continue reading » “Human Rights Cities Indicators”Continue readingMore Tag
Dr. Matthew Scott, head of our thematic area People on the Move, has published an edited volume on the topic of internal displacement.
This book examines how states in eight countries across Asia and the Pacific address internal displacement in … Continue reading » “Climate Change, Disasters and Internal Displacement in Asia and the Pacific: A Human Rights-Based Approach”Continue readingMore Tag
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Dr Matthew Scott, Head of our People on the Move Thematic Area, has published a monograph examining the application of … Continue reading » “Climate Change, Disasters, and the Refugee Convention”Continue readingMore Tag
Many adolescents misbehave at some point during their formative years. Some misbehavior gets the attention of police and courts. How do we hold youth accountable for misbehavior in developmentally appropriate ways? When is it appropriate to divert youth from the … Continue reading » “The Role of Social Work in Juvenile Justice: International Experiences”Continue readingMore Tag