Av: Daniel Wickström, Fredrik Svensson och Ulrika Strand
Strategier är regeringens viktigaste instrument för styrning av utvecklingssamarbetet och det humanitära biståndet. Trots att regeringen erkänner kopplingarna mellan mänskliga rättigheter och hållbar fred visar vår studie att strategierna inte gör dem rättvisa. Det skriver representanter för Fonden för mänskliga rättigheter.
17 december, 2018, Debatt
Amalkher Djibrine Souleymane is a Chadian human rights activist and the founder of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) in Chad. Since its independence from France in 1960, Chad’s history has been marked by instability and violence, in resent years inflamed by Boko Haram. In a conversation with Lennart Wohlgemuth (FUF) at MR-dagarna, Amalkher explores a path towards sustainable peace. Recorded on 17 November 2018.
19 november, 2018, FUF-podden
Western Sahara is the last colony in Africa, occupied by the neighbouring country of Morocco since 1975. Young Sahrawis who have grown up in the refugee camps and the occupied area are starting to lose faith in a peaceful solution to the conflict. Ahmed Ettanji, a young Sahrawi journalist, talks about life and human rights in today’s Western Sahara. Ahmed is interviewed by Aydan Latifi (FUF) after an introduction by Carolina Köhler de Castro (Afrikagrupperna). Recorded on 15 November 2018.
16 november, 2018, FUF-podden
Datum och tid: 28 nov, 17:30 - 19:00
Vilka är regeringens viktigaste målsättningar med den globala strategin för hållbar fred? Vad görs i praktiken? Hur kan Sverige på bästa sätt bidra till hållbar fred i världen?
14 november, 2018, Kalendarium, Seminarier, Webbsändning
Get up to speed on the upcoming international climate negotiations by listening to Johanna Lissinger Peitz, Chief negotiator for the Swedish delegation at COP; Mathias Fridahl, Climate Policy Analyst at Fores; Maggie White, Senior Manager International Policy at SIWI; and Adam Leckius, International Coordinator at PUSH Sweden. The seminar was organized by FUF and SIWI Swedish Water House, and took place on 12 November 2018.
13 november, 2018, FUF-podden
After years of authoritarian rule and oppression, Ethiopia seems to have reached a turning point after the appointment of its new Prime Minister Abiye Ahmed in April 2018. Is this the beginning of a new era? Professor Fantu Cheru guides us through past and present political developments, pointing at challenges and opportunities ahead. Lennart Wohlgemuth, FUF board member, moderates the seminar. Recorded on 8 November 2018.
12 november, 2018, FUF-podden
Foto: Råfilm och Equipe Media
Datum och tid: 15 nov, 18:00 - 19:30
Western Sahara is the last colony in Africa, occupied by the neighbouring country of Morocco since 1975. Young Sahrawis who have grown up in the refugee camps and the occupied area are starting to lose patience and faith in a peaceful solution to the conflict. During this seminar you will meet Ahmed Ettanji, a young Sahrawi and a journalist, who will tell us about the lack of democracy and human rights, and we will hear about the conflict from a youth perspective.
5 november, 2018, English, Kalendarium, Podcast, Seminarier, Webbsändning
Datum och tid: 12 nov, 15:30 - 17:00
Flooding, storms, heat waves and a fast melting Arctic. Every other week alarming reports from scientists point out that the world is not doing enough to limit emissions and global warming. In December 2018, the 24th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) will take place in Katowice, Poland, to finalize the rules for implementation of the Paris agreement. Join us for a seminar about international climate negotiations and the upcoming COP24!
1 november, 2018, English, Kalendarium, Podcast, Seminarier, Webbsändning