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This two-day conference provided a forum for academics, practitioners and government representatives to evaluate the current debate and future shape of the post-2015 agenda from a human rights perspective. It was focused on both theoretical and practical aspects of integrating human rights in the post-2105 agenda, with a particular focus on poverty, environment and peace and security.
 
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In our latest podcast episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Sabira Coelho about the topic of the right of people that are, and can potentially be, displaced in the context of the Pacific region. Sabira Coelho currently serves as the Programme Manager at International Organization for Migration Fiji (IOM)for the three-year joint-programme, “Enh…
 
In this episode Matthew Scott, head of our thematic area People on the Move, sits down with UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, Cecilia Jimenez-Damary. They discuss her work (Jiminez-Damary is the first woman to hold this position, internal displacement, policy and political will and the human rights based app…
 
On Human Rights is happy to present the second episode in our two part special on Human Rights Cities. This episode features senior researcher Alejandro Fuentes whom we sat down with to discuss what human rights cities are in practice, and what this means for their inhabitants. How can citizens tell that their city strives to be a human rights city…
 
What is a Human Rights City? Our podcast "On Human Rights" is happy to present a two part special on the topic of human rights cities. Human Rights Cities is growing concept and movement that anchors human rights in cities and local context – in the daily lives of people. But what does this actually mean?In the first episode, we sit down with our D…
 
This is a special episode, produced by the Coalition for Human Rights in Development. in collaboration with Front Line Defenders.Ahead of the upcoming Finance in Common Summit in Paris, we speak with defenders in Kenya, Guatemala and India, about the human rights impact of projects imposed in the name of developmentFrom the 9th to the 12th of Novem…
 
In this episode of “On Human Rights” we speak with Dennis Mungo, the executive Director of Youth Alive Kenya, a youth led non-governmental organisation that advocates for and supports youth participation in development processes. We discuss Dennis' work and talk about youth inclusion and human rights in Kenya.…
 
Episodio SP 2 - Defender Derechos En Tiempos De COVID - 19Una conversación con Sandra Patago, Front Line Defenders; Guillermo Rodríguez García. Oficial de incidencia del programa para México y centroamérica del Centro por la Justicia y el Derecho Internacional (CEJIL); Argentina Casanova, codirectora ejecutiva de la RNDDHMX; Waquel Drullard, facili…
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Annika Ben David about the importance of democracy during the global pandemic. Annika Ben David is Sweden’s Ambassador at large for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. She is a career diplomat since 25 years and have worked with peace and internati…
 
In our latest episode of On Human Rights we spoke with Sam Fraser, the 2020 Martin Alexanderson scholarship recipient. We discussed his research regarding informal Roma settlements in Romania, the circumstances of how they came to be, and the experiences of the people who live within them. Sam is a recently graduated master student with a degree in…
 
Episode 9 - Watched & Monitored: Protecting HRDs from Surveillance- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 01:20- Hussein Radhi, Bahrain: 01:20 - 04:38- BIll Marczak, The Citizen Lab, Canada: 04:39 - 16:11- Tahir Imran, Pakistan: 16:12 -30:02- Zehida Bihorac, Bosnia & Herzegovina: 30:03 - 36:02Front Line Defenders による
 
Episode 8 - HRDs & Wellbeing: Rest & Respite For Resiliency- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 01:50- Abdifatah Hassan Ali, Somalia: 01:50 - 13:05- Anna Sharyhina, Ukraine: 13:05 - 18:41- Atziri Avila, Mexico: 18:42 -24:50With the global pandemic continuing to impose social distancing and other changes to our lives, human rights defenders are increasingly dealing…
 
Link to survey: un75.online/partner/Wallenberg-Institute In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Lisa Laskaridis about UN75, human rights and how one voice can make a difference. Lisa Laskaridis is the Public Information Officer at United Nations and Head of Communications for #UN75. To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, the United…
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with Michael McEachrane and Morten Kjaerum about racism in Europe and Black Lives Matter.Michael McEachrane is a Visiting Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute. His current research focus is on postcolonial/decolonial perspectives on human rights, structural racial discrimination and repara…
 
Season 2, Episode 7 - HRDs Defending Digital Space- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 01:18- Rabah Nouami, Morocco: 01:18 - 09:42- Larisa Schmillevitch, Brazil: 09:43 - 22:45- Asan 'AJ', South Sudan,: 22:46 - 29:31- HRD, Sri Lanka: 29:32 - 39:54In this episode of the Front Line Defenders podcast Rights on the Line, we’ll hear from human rights defenders in Morocc…
 
Season 2, Episode 6 - Hong Kong MomentThis episode takes us to Hong Kong, where citizens are facing an unprecedented crisis brought on by China’s announcement that it would introduce new national security legislation to control the territory. Hong Kong saw a massive uprising of protest in 2019 against what was seen as moves by the Chinese governmen…
 
Episodio SP 1 - COVID-19, Respuestas de los Gobiernos & Las Defensoras de Derechos Humanos en América Latina- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 02:52- Sara García Gross, El Salvador: 02:52 - 07:52- Manuela Roya, Chile: 07:52 - 15:41- Miriam Miranda, Honduras: 15:41 - 31:04- María Ciro: 31:04 - 40:28Front Line Defenders presenta una edición especial del podcast Ri…
 
Season 2, Episode 5 - The COVID-19 Crisis & Prisons in Iran- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 02:02- Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Prize Winner & Lawyer: 02:03 - 05:03- Roya Boroumand, Executive DIrector, AB Center: 05:03 - 20:44(including testimonies from Iranian prisoners)This episode of Rights on the Line focuses on the prison situation in Iran during the COVID-19 pand…
 
Season 2, Episode 4 - COVID-19, HRDs & Government Response: Focus on India- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 04:22- Gayatri Khandhadai, Tamil Nadu: 04:22 - 24:48- Anindya Hajra, West Bengal: 24:48 - 37:25- Sadam Hanjabam, Manipur: 37:25 - 50:32- HRD, Kashmir: 50:32 - 1:08:58India has not been hit as hard by the COVID-19 pandemic as other countries, at least not …
 
Season 2, Episode 3 - When COVID-19 Cleared the Streets:What Next for Social Protests in Chile, Iraq & Algeria?- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 01:38- Interview Manuela Royo, Chile: 01:38 - 09:49- Interview with Mariam Al-Ashbal, Iraq: 09:49 - 16:23- Interview with Leila Chaimaa Souama, Algeria: 16:23 - 21:53Across the globe, 2019 was the year of packed square…
 
Season 2, Episode 2 - COVID-19 & HRDs: Defending the Marginalized - China, Poland & Rohingya In Bangladesh- FLD Intro: 00:00 - 02:07- Interview with Lu Pin, China: 02:07 - 16:03- Interview with Karolina Wieckiewicz, Poland: 16:04 - 27:01- Interview with Rohingya HRD, Bangladesh: 27:02 - 31:52Across the world, human rights defenders are adapting to …
 
www.frontlinedefenders.orgSeason 2, Episode 1FLD Intro: 00:00 - 02:51Interview with Yara Hawari, Palestine: 02:51 - 12:48Interview with William Amanzuru, Uganda: 12:48 - 26:36Interview with Sara García Gross, El Salvador: 26:36 - 33:03As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the globe, and communities seek to protect themselves however they can, gov…
 
On this episode of On Human Rights, RWI's Christina Geijer sits down with Ms. Dunja Mijatović, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights. Dunja Mijatović speaks about the current state of human rights in Europe, the threats and opportunities if member states come together.The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law による
 
In this episode of ‘On Human Rights,’ RWI’s Russell Garner sat down with Marissa Jackson Sow, who is a research fellow at the Open Societies Foundation, to talk about the personhood project and dive deeper into contract law and human rights discourse in the United States. Marissa Jackson Sow is an attorney and scholar specializing in human rights, …
 
On this episode of On Human Rights, Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Morten Kjaerum, speaks about the changes he has seen in human rights over the past decade. The end of the year is a time to reflect on the past and look towards future opportunities and challenges. We discuss the influence that digital technology, increased youth partic…
 
In this episode of 'On Human Rights,' Senior Researcher Alejandro Fuentes speaks to OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, Ambassador Lamberto Zannier. They discuss the importance of public participation of national minorities, the impacts of the current political environment in Europe and the need for balance and integration of diverse soc…
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke with John Knox, the first Independent Expert and Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment appointed by the Human Rights Council.We discussed the relevance of human rights to the environment and the steps necessary to protect human rights in the era of worldwide climate change.…
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights," we sat down with Janet Lord to discuss the protection of persons with disabilities, the nexus between humanitarian law and human rights in the context of disability as well as the impact of Article 11. Janet Lord is currently a Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School Project on Disability. She specializes in …
 
In this next episode of On Human Rights, we speak to Anders Langworth. He is the founder of Bankers For Climate, an initiative that encourages increased focus and action from leaders of the financial industry.The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law による
 
In today’s podcast, we speak to Nike Sandberg, spokesperson for the Afro-Swede Network in Skåne. RWI’s visiting researcher Michael McEachrane sat down with her to talk about her work and the situation for Afro-Swedes in the country.The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law による
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights," we sat down with Dr. Charles C. Jalloh. He is the Fulbright Lund Distinguished Chair in Public International Law (2018-2019) at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and in the Lund University Faculty of Law, Sweden. Dr. Charles C. Jalloh is a professor of law at Florida International University, Miami, USA, and…
 
The European Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager, said on Monday that digital businesses should pay their fair share of tax in the EU.The Commissioner touched on a wide range of issues, from democratic control and the threat of power in the digital world to taxation and privacy.Vestager was delivering the 14th annual Anna Lindh lecture…
 
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights," we sat down with James A. Goldston. He is the executive director of the Open Society Justice Initiative and a leading practitioner of international human rights and criminal law. He has litigated cases before the European court of Human Rights and United Nations treaty bodies. For example, he has worked o…
 
François Crépeau, the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants speaks with Matthew Scott, RWI's Team Leader for People on the Move, about migration, its causes, effects and the attitudes surrounding it. “My generation is very afraid because we lived our childhoods in the fifties and early sixties, it was not a mobile world yet a…
 
In 2016, a United Nations study found that more than 40 million people around the world were victims of modern slavery – forced labour and forced marriage. What's more, it was recently discovered that unaccompanied minors immigrating to Sweden have been working under slave-like conditions. So, RWI is sitting down with Urmila Bhoola, the UN Special …
 
This episode of ’On Human Rights’ features the full length seminar on the role of business in the violation and protection of human rights. The discussion took place at this year’s Mr-Dagarna (human rights days) in Stockholm, Sweden and was a collaboration between the Raoul Wallenberg Intstitute, Forum Syd, Swedwatch, Diakonia, Amnesty Internationa…
 
#UDHR70 Listen to this episode of #RightsOnTheLinePodcast to hear HRDs reflect firsthand on the importance of - and limitations of - UN Declarations on the 70th anniversary of the UN Declaration on #HumanRights and 20th anniversary of the Declaration on #HumanRightsDefenders.Front Line Defenders による
 
On this episode of ‘On Human Rights’ RWI, Stockholm Office Director, Malin Oud, sat down with the Ambassador for Sustainable Business at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Jakob Kiefer at the recent MR-Dagarna (human rights conference) in Stockholm, Sweden. The conversation focuses on the roles and responsibilities of businesses in regards t…
 
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. But is it really universal? A growing number of states are claiming that human rights are incompatible with their culture. In this episode of On Human Rights, Jamie Bowd sits down with Professor Emeritus in International Law at Stockholm University and the Swedish Na…
 
Despite increased food production and reduction of hunger and malnutrition on a global level, there are four countries in Sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East still suffering from famine. Recently, the trend of reduction of hunger and malnutrition has reversed. Jemimah Watkins sat down with Hilal Elver, EU Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food,…
 
Brazilian human rights defender Pâmella Passos. Pamella spent six weeks in Dublin as part of Front Line Defenders’ Rest and Respite program earlier this summer, just months after the death of her friend and well-known human rights defender and councilwoman Marielle Franco, who was murdered in Rio de Janeiro in on the 14th of March.…
 
On this episode we talk about elections and how they can impact human rights defenders. By looking at some of the federal elections that have taken place this year, we’ll be able to see the different and nuanced ways political changes at the national level can impact the situation for those fighting for human rights in that country. Over the next h…
 
Front Line Defenders boardmember Arnold Tsunga speaks from Mozambique today, to give update on the situation in Zimbabwe following Monday's presidential election. Six people have been killed by police who fired at protestors with live rounds, tear gas and water cannons. In addition to the violent response to demonstrations, there are reports of the…
 
Today, Rights on the Line brings you a brief bulletin on the current election in Zimbabwe. Front Line Defenders Boardmember, Africa Director of the International Commission of Jurists and Executive Director of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, Arnold Tsunga, has returned to Zimbabwe to participate in today’s federal election. Arnold, who is part o…
 
In this episode of “On Human Rights,” we meet Dr Helen Durham AO, the Director of the International Law and Policy at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Dr Durham is an Australian international humanitarian lawyer and took her time to talk to RWI about women in conflicts and explain why there is a need for a gender perspective on …
 
As neo-Nazis ratchet up their rhetoric and activity before the Swedish election in September, our Stockholm office director Malin Oud sat down with John Stauffer, legal director at the NGO Civil Rights Defenders. In this podcast, they talk about hate speech, freedom of expression, the presence of neo-Nazis at the political week of Almedalen in Swed…
 
Why do so many of us find the idea that nature might have rights so compelling or so preposterous? And why do so many serious scholars – of both human rights and environmental policy – avoid the issue altogether?In this episode on “On Human Rights” we will go deeper in to this fascinating and thought provoking discussion through the lens of Walter …
 
These days, it seems what was once up is down, down is up. We sat down for a wide ranging discussion on what needs to be done to improve human rights worldwide with representatives from two leading human rights organizations, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.In this discussion, recorded at Almedalen in Visby on the island of Gotland in …
 
During the celebration of democracy on the island of Gotland, Sweden this week, we’ve been interviewing different people involved in some way or another in human rights or international humanitarian law. In this episode of “On Human Rights,” our team leader for Inclusive Societies Gabriella Fredriksson interviews Georg Andrén.He is the General Secr…
 
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